UTAU help for a non-newb noob.

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    UTAU help for a non-newb noob.

    Post by Luna Amatista on Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:16 pm

    How do I manage to get my computer to read VBs encoded in Japanese? TwT

    I changed my locale, re-downloaded the program, yet all I get is odd symbols in VBs.
    Is there a program which can unpack the non-romaji VBs properly, or anything I need to do in order to use them?

    Thank you. TwT

    Re: UTAU help for a non-newb noob.

    Post by Guest on Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:27 pm

    First of all, I like 7-zip since it hasn't given me mojibake problems yet.

    Secondly, you prolly need to redownload and unzip the VBs AFTER you change your locale. Redownloading the program doesn't change the VBs.

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    Re: UTAU help for a non-newb noob.

    Post by irei1as on Thu Oct 21, 2010 2:52 am

    Another needed point is to have Japanese characters compability installed from your Windows disk (well, at least for WindowsXP, I don't know the others).
    To be sure if you have the compability, try to rename any file with Japanese characters (while in Japanese locale or not. That shouldn't matter, I think). For example, create a .txt and close notepad, then rename it to "あ.txt" with the windows renaming interface. If it appears as mojibake means you haven't the compability installed.

    But don't I think that's the issue (you can change to Japanese locale after all) so the tips from Aster should be enough. I do the same and it works.
    I'm not sure you need to redownload the VB if you haven't edited them while in not Japanese locale, but you need to use 7-zip in Japanese locale for sure.

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