I’ll throw my hat into the “Where’s the FMODAssets folder” ring. I can’t find the FMODAssets folder anywhere in the project menu. I’ve got the StreamingAssets folder with FMOD_bank_list.txt, Master Bank.bank, Master Bank.bank.strings files inside, but FMODAssets is nowhere to be seen.
Also I’m not exactly sure what I’ll eventually be assigning to the FMOD_StudioEventEmitter script.
I am getting this console error:
Would that be affecting anything or the cause of my problems?
That would explain it yes, I didn’t realize that you need pro to use plugins in the editor. I will see if I can find a way to make it work in the editor without a Pro license for iOS/Android developers.
There are no example scenes at the moment, I will see if I can put something together it will probably be quite simple.
After having the project in a ‘working’ state (having refreshed at least once so the dll’s are moved and loaded), I reimported the plugin which re-added the dll’s to the plugin folder, the refreshed again, causing the dll moving code to run again, at which point the error occurred. I believe it to be cause by the dll’s being loaded in the editor and locked, as I couldn’t even delete them in explorer and they stay locked until the editor is closed. From what I could find out there is no way of telling Unity to unload dll’s.
I was actively trying to break it, but this situation could arise if someone is working in a project and decides to import a newer version of the plugin.
Seems to be fine so far. Only checked on my windows machine.
I looked at the editor code and it is only doing the file check/move for the “Refresh”, if the about option is clicked before refresh is ever called it will still error, once refresh has been clicked once about works fine.
I get the same problem with the latest version of the plugin (10206), running on OSX 10.6. The “Streaming Assets” folder is created, but I can’t find “FMODAssets” folder anywhere. I get the following error:
That error indicates that the fmod.bundle was not found or loaded correctly. The native code for the integration relies on fmodstudio.bundle which depends on fmod.bundle. Can you please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can get some more details from you?
It would also be good to know which version of the integration you are using? Is it the latest version 1.02.06?
Thanks for your reply. Like I said in my previous post, I used the latest version of the plugin (1.02.06). I tried to use the plugin with the same versions of Unity on OS X Lion (10.7.5) and it worked. There seem to be a problem with Snow Leopard??