I'm getting the same problem of the error message "Access to the path C:/temp.wav is denied." Any particular reason why that message keeps popping up every time I attempt to write my WAV to my test-rom? In the same message it's also telling me to make sure my cry is an 8bit, 11khz WAV file, which I'm almost positive it is since I ran it through r8brain.
Hey, is anybody still around on this thread? I have the same problem as above - when I replace a cry on Emerald, the original is still played in the game with the new one nowhere to be heard. It simply doesn't work. What could I be doing wrong?
Those 25 pokemon don't have entries in the cry table due to the fact that the ASM that retrieves the cries redirects their cries all to unown. You could theoretically make a table for those 25 cries using ASM, but I'm currently unwilling to do that ATM.
I no longer develop this tool since it's quite old and I can no longer actively test it (since I run Linux now). However, I'll still answer your question. The Pokemon number is the internal Pokemon id. As of now though, it will not properly work with Hoenn pokemon.