@guy, on 12 April 2015 - 09:53 PM, said in How to make a snd resource:
It shouldn't be picky. Do you have the OS X command line tools installed? The system should prompt you to install them if you haven't but just in case, open a Terminal and enter:
If you do have them installed but it still isn't working, try attaching one of the files here and I'll take a look.
Or if you're comfortable on the command line, you could help with the debugging yourself:
Right-click on MakeSnd and show package contents
Drag this file onto a new Terminal window
Drag the file to convert onto the Terminal
Enter an output name such as "output.rsrc"
The full command should look like: /path/to/makesnd.sh /path/to/audiofile output.rsrc
Push return to execute and tell me the output. If it worked properly it would create output.rsrc in your home folder.
I consider myself rather fluent in the OSX command line interface, and would be happy to help with debugging. It just so happens that scripting is a significant portion of my real-life I.T. job! I will have a look inside the application either later today or some time this week to see what's going on. I may be able to help the application with some sanity checks, as well, so that it either irons out the file formats on its own, or at least just denies any that don't fit the mold. I don't make any guarantees, though; every time I muster up the hubris to think that I'm good enough at scripting, I find a new script/command that completely baffles me. <_<