Download works fine. Not broken.(11/27/2014)
For those of you who enjoy playing this game and using all the mods created by many other cool people on this forum. Here's yet another change you can make to the regular version of the EM4/911 FR(not the Deluxe version). I have enjoyed this game immensely and have really appreciated the mods created by others but I really couldn't get into the cartoonish supervisor who dispatched the calls for us to send units to. So, I decided to make a few changes to the "Supervisor" to suit my liking and hopefully add more Los Angeles-style realism to the game. So I have made it available for your enjoyment too. I listened to everyone's suggestions and recommendations and came up with second or enhanced version of the supervisor Video/Audio. I hope you like it. The changes:- Replaced the original British supervisor video with various dispatchers representative of Los Angeles (e.g. various people, video clips from 911 dispatch centers, ringing phones sound affects, etc)- I cleaned up the audio quality of the communications.- Included actual engine company names.- Updated a few radio codes used in the Los Angeles area Engine - fire engineSquad - squad truckSpecial Ops - USARRescue - ambulanceMCU - mass casualty unitRP - reporting party (civilian making the 911 call) Code 37 - stolen vehicle415 - public disturbance451 - arson488 - petty theft211 - robbery240 - assault How to install itThe files need to be copied into the Data/Lang/us/supervisor folder. It will overwrite the other files. Or you can simply just remove the original files, back them up and add the new ones. That's it. (All you're essentially doing is copying all my video files to that folder in the path mentioned above.) I used Premiere Elements to change the audio and video. I'm not sure how you would do this in any other DVD or video authoring application. File Specs:Video: 160x128 (so that it will fit inside the little screen that used to show the supervisor)Video format: MPG 1Audio: MPEG 1 Layer II, mono Additional Notes:It is also worth noting that this "Supervisor Mod" simulates Dispatch for the City of Los Angeles and technically not a Mod by the usual definition because the change affects the Freeplay section of the game including other installed Mods. So, instead of hearing and seeing the British guy, you'll experience a more realistic Los Angeles style dispatcher with background noise, phones ringing, and an American dispatcher. But, people seem to like it and request a version for the Deluxe EM4 which may come at a later point in time... This "modification" only applies to the EM4/911 First Responder version and NOT the Deluxe version. I'm not very good at this and I'm not sure if everyone will be satisfied (I'm not perfect) but hopefully you will like it and it will make your play more enjoyable. The files are compressed using the standard Windows Compression program. You just need to unzip them. PERMISSION: Feel free to use this in your mod if you wish. The only thing I ask is that you give props to whom it's due, namely me (Kareem).