> Quoting Nicole Massey <ny...@gypsyheir.com
>>"David Damerell" <dame...@chiark.greenend.org.uk
> wrote in message
>>>Quoting Nicole Massey <ny...@gypsyheir.com
>>>>I'm working on a project to set up a sound font of the doom sounds. To
>>>>this I need to extract the sounds from a WAD file, but I can't use DOS
>>>>editors because I'm blind and I won't get any audio feedback from DOS
>>>>applications. Anyone have a good Windows based Doom editor that will
>>>>me to extract the sounds in an XP environment?
>>>No, I don't, but I infer from the fact that you're posting this that you
>>>have a screen reader. Deutex (http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/deutex/
>>>on DOS and Linux and is a pure text-mode application. Is that any help?
>>I'll check into it. The problem is most DOS applications don't know whre
>>send the audio.
> Sure, but unless I misunderstand the problem, you could use deutex to
> extract all the sounds, which is a single command. Then you could use
> whatever tool you would normally use to pick through the resulting
> directory of sound files to find the ones you want.
Okay. And it supports Heretic, too, though it doesn't seem to allow me to
extract the Heretic MIDI files. Pity. I'll give it a try and let you know if
I run into problems.