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'''San Andreas Audio Toolkit (SAAT)''' is a tool created by pdescobar that lets you import and export audio files to and from San Andreas.
| name = San Andreas Audio Toolkit
 
| version = 1.10
 
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| date = 12 January 2006
 
| author = [[User:pdescobar|pdescobar]]
 
| game = [[GTA SA]]
 
| genre = [[Audio streams|audio importer and exporter]]
 
| site = http://pdescobar.home.comcast.net/gta/saat/
 
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'''San Andreas Audio Toolkit (SAAT)''' is a tool created by [[User:pdescobar|pdescobar]] that lets you import and export audio files to and from San Andreas.
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 16:59, June 9, 2013

San Andreas Audio Toolkit (SAAT) is a tool created by pdescobar that lets you import and export audio files to and from San Andreas.

Initial installationEdit

This article will show you the first few steps to make the tool work. All directions are located on the official website.

  • Extract the files to anywhere in the computer, preferably somewhere convenient.
  • Open cmd.exe, which is usually located at Start>All Programs>Accessories>Command Prompt on Windows XP and Vista.
  • Type the name of the drive where the tool is extracted (ex. type C: if the tool is in the C drive) and hit Return.
  • Next type or copy and paste the location of the tool using the cd command (ex. type cd "C:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas" if it is installed in that folder) and hit Return.

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