Igniter™ Config File Editor and Spark™ Config File Editor

Are you tired of getting your μSD card in and out just to change a few settings? Well look no further, as the solution is here! The Igniter™ Config Editor software is ready to use.

Have a Spark™ board and want the same easy editing? Well, then the Spark™ Config File Editor is right for you. Similar to Igniter™ Config File Editor, this program edits config files specific for Spark™ making config editing super easy.

Igniter(tm) Config File Editor

Download Igniter 2™ Config Editor

Download Spark Color 2™ Config Editor

Download Spark 2™ Config Editor

Download Igniter Mini™ R5 Config Editor

Download Spark Color™ Config Editor

Download Spark™ Config Editor

Igniter™ R4 Editor

If you have an original Igniter™, or are still on the R4 release the newest editor is not backward-compatible. You need to download the legacy Config Editor Here:

Download Igniter™/Igniter Mini™ R4 Config Editor

How It Works

To use the software, either copy all the files from your μSD card to the computer, or just directly open the files from the μSD card. From File->Open you can select the config.ini file that you want to edit. Once open, you have access to all the variables that can be edited, and a description of what each one does is given in the corner when you click it.

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Ignite-ulator™ and Spark-ulator™

The newest revolution in config editing, Ignite-ulator™ simulates the blade and accent settings so you can see what your settings do before putting it in the hilt. You can even move sliders in real time and see what the values change! This allows you to get the color and accents correct without having to take the card in and out multiple times.

Note that since it is a simulator it isn’t perfect and you may see slightly different speeds and colors due to variations of the computer and the actual hardware.

Automatic File Scanning and Fixing

When you open a file, Igniter™ Config File Editor automatically scans the file and fixes many issues. It removes unnecessary variables, fixes values that are incorrect, and scans all the .wav files and sets the correct numbers in the files. Now you don’t have to count anymore, just dump your .wavs in the directory and open the program to set the correct values! It even renames the files if you missed a number, so you don’t have to be careful to number your files in a consecutive order.

Add Wavs to an Existing Font

Have a font that has one type of sound that is lacking? No problem, simply use the Add Wavs functionality to add more wavs to the current font. By going to Edit->Add Wavs, and simply selecting wavs from other locations on disk or even other fonts, the wavs will be added into this font and renumbered appropriately. You can even drag and drop files directly into the Config Editor main window to do this as well.

Add wavs from 'Edit->Add Wavs'

To add wav files, first click ‘Edit->Add wavs’ from the current font that is being edited.

Select wavs to open.

Navigate to the location where the new wavs reside, and select them using ctrl+click.

Wavs get added to font.

Wavs will be copied into the directory, and the config will be updated with the correct number.

Auto Convert Wav Types

Having issues with fonts not working well, causing the board to lock up? Making a new font from raw sounds that aren’t in the format used by Igniter™? No problem, simply use the Convert Wav functionality on any wav file to ensure that it works correctly with Igniter™ and Spark™! This functionality will downsample a wav from 44100Hz to 22050Hz, it will convert from stereo to mono, and it will remove pesky headers in the wav file that are not supported by Igniter™! This can be done on any wav file, but is auto-applied when opening a new font in the config editor.

Opening Convert Wavs functionality.

To convert files go to ‘File->Convert Wavs’. This can be done at any time; a font does not have to be open.

Selecting wavs to convert.

Select the files where conversion is desired using ctrl+click to multi-select. These can be any wav files and do not have to be ones named with the Igniter™ naming convention.

Convert Wavs progress.

The popup window will display conversion progress.

System Requirements

To use Igniter™ Config File Editor, you must be running Windows XP or higher. Currently no MAC support is available, though it may be offered in the future.

Also, you must have .Net 4.0 installed on your computer. This is a free download from Microsoft. I have included this exe in the zip file, so make sure to run it first before installing the .msi. You can find details about it and here:

Microsoft® .Net 4.0 Download Information

Download

The program is available free for current Igniter™ customers here:

Download Igniter 2™ Config Editor

Download Spark Color 2™ Config Editor

Download Spark 2™ Config Editor

Download Igniter Mini™ R5 Config Editor

Download Spark Color™ Config Editor

Download Spark™ Config Editor

After downloading, open the zip file and run the .msi file to install the program. If you are using the program and are not a customer, I request a $2.00 donation. This will ensure the enhancement and improvement of the software. You can donate via PayPal by clicking the button below.

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Config Editor Downloads
Spark Color 2™
SC2R2Editor.zip
Spark 2™
S2R2Editor.zip
Igniter Mini™
MiniConfigEditor.zip
Spark Color™
SparkColorEditor.zip
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Differences

The following table highlights the differences between the Igniter 2™, Spark Color 2™, and Spark 2™ line.

Feature Spark 2™ Spark Color 2™ Igniter 2™
Sound Fonts 3 6 Up to 16
Music SaberTracks to play up to 99 tracks SaberTracks to play up to 99 tracks SaberCinema to play up to 99 tracks while using the saber
Colors Classic flash clash supported Up to 9 color sets for RGBA mixing Up to 16 color profiles, with 32 independent blade colors
Color Variation One blade, blast, and clash/lockup per font for a total of 3 One blade, blast, and clash/lockup per color-set, up to 9 One blade, blast, clash/lockup, and dual phase (secondary blade) color per font, up to 16
Color Switch Font switch only Switch font to get to its default color-set; every font can cycle through every color-set Switch font to get to each font's profile; twist wrist to perform dual-phase color
Color Switch NA NA ClashShade™, BlastShade™, and BladeShade™
Cross Guard Built-in Single-color quillions with NO AUX FLASH Single-color quillions with effects on blade only Single-color quillions with effects on blade only
Cross Guard w/ XDrive NA RGB mixing on blade and quillions RGB mixing on blade and quillions
Saber Apps NA Configuration only Up to 16 apps
Extra Sounds NA Single 'dual.wav' on the root 99 dualA, dualB, and fx sounds per font

Commonalities

The following properties are shared across all my sound boards.

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