Yeah...I hope I can copy/paste the chart somehow o_o
This is the latest version:
Sufficiently-old versions cannot copy/paste outside of the current chart. Open the Help menu and select "About" to see which version you have and tell us what it is. Run a search for *.eof if you're having trouble finding your chart.
pskepsilon wrote:The problem on this attempt is this: instead of being off sync at the end, it's WAY off sync at the beginning and then eventually starts to get better. The thing that really gets me about this is the fact that EOF shows the notes at the beginning playing exactly when they should, but when I play it in FoFIX the music starts much earlier than the notes first appear. Like I said, it's not like it's off by the same amount the whole song: it seems to be WAY off at the beginning and then kind of hit or miss, but mostly solid, as the song progresses. The thing that I noticed is that the first beat or so of the song is at about 155 bpm, and then I have a beat with the first note of the song, which is where the real bpm starts (90 bpm.) I got it a little better by adjusting the beginning bpm to 90, but that seemed to throw other notes off of the beat lines, even if the sound is relatively synced up. I know it's not an issue with AV Delay in FoFiX; none of the other songs I played do this.
It's best to sync the first beat marker (which affects the delay value). Other than that, I don't really know what you're talking about. You can post an EOF or MIDI file if you want somebody to look at it. One important thing to note is that when checking note placement in EOF, you should only rely on "clap" to hear if the notes are in the right spot. The appearance of them being in the right spot is too deceiving, as AV delay varies too much from one system to the next.