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by marcusss at 9:16 AM EDT on September 7, 2019
The problem Puterboy is everyone has their own problems and music they are ripping so if YOU want someone to "KINDLY" take a look at your files /music then you need to explain more and why someone who is busy ripping their own stuff or busy in life to take a look at what you post here.

Everyone here no doubt studies more than enough audio files and its more about what is good or interesting. People are not going to click on random links or bother downloading stuff whether its great or not unless you explain it a little more. And aslo sticking the question on 1 thread is more than enoigh so no need to post on multiple threads on here as well.

It is no doubt good to have more stuff to rip but since you are the one asking for assistance it helps with some descriptons

* Does it have good music ?
* is it an old game that brings back nostalgia.. why do you want it ripped??
* did you check it with a hex editor., What is the header at the beginning of the file,

* Does it have great music or awell known composer or whatever. I don't know. just why its interesting to you and why it would be interesting to me or someone else here to take time to rip.

Not that we won't do it, but it helps explaining a little more.

Remember people are doing you a favour to take a look at it. People are busy studying, busy working, are married with a family or many other things going on in their life so time is precious to everyone here. You need to be patient while people take a look.

*** Also be thankful if they took a look at it and didn't get far or if they succeeded in getting the music ripped/working. Either way it uses precious time so be happy someone took a look at all.

Ahh I wrote a little too much..

Anyway you get the idea. Just be a little patient and people might eventually take a look at stuff you post.



edited 9:22 AM EDT September 7, 2019
by Knurek at 12:06 PM EDT on September 7, 2019
@bnnm: Could you take a look at these files
Knowing the developer, and judging from filesize, it should be MS ADPCM, but doesn't look like standard - silence (beginning or EOF) isn't 0x0000 for instance.
Doesn't look to be encrypted, as it compresses a bit and also importing the file as RAW PCM to Audacity produces some extremely noisy music.
by Puterboy1 at 1:10 PM EDT on September 7, 2019
Thank you for that advice. Now, I understand that Batman Forever: the Arcade Game has some .SMP and .SFX audio files that I am interested in making playable on VGMstream. Would it be possible for you to take a look at these please and see if they can be made playable in the next update?: https://ia800207.us.archive.org/view_archive.php?archive=/31/items/msdos_Batman_Forever_-_The_Arcade_Game_1996/Batman_Forever_-_The_Arcade_Game_1996.zip
by CopperCanister at 6:39 PM EDT on September 7, 2019
@punk7890-2 Thank you so much, this works perfectly
by AnonRunzes at 2:09 PM EDT on September 9, 2019
okay, so here's what i've been working on with vgmstream code.

i've tried to implement this .wav format as seen on the Xbox version of R: RACING EVOLUTION. i say this 'cuz i've found a really special variant of it. as per RIFF specifications(chunk id plus chunk size), it contains a special chunk that acts as a header for the entire .wav file. no it's not "fmt\x20" and i don't know if my code actually even works when it comes to implementing a new format until i compile everything from there.

the thing is, i want to compile the whole code through MSYS2. but for whatever reason, i don't really know too well about how to actually use it. any ideas aside from reading BUILD.md?

edited 2:36 PM EDT September 9, 2019
by AnonRunzes at 8:40 PM EDT on September 10, 2019
okay, so i did some vgmstream C code again and... i've implemented another sound format from a Xbox-exclusive game called Breakdown.

yes it's just .sth+.stw, but i've implemented it in the roughest way possible. again, i don't know if my code actually works with what i'm doing right now until i compile a bunch of stuff with MSYS2 or some other C compiler...
by bnnm at 1:36 PM EDT on September 13, 2019
I think you need to download gcc and make from MSYS2, using their "pacman" package manager thing. Then you should be able to compile the Makefiles, but resulting are tied to MSYS2. You'd probably have a much easier time with mingw tho.
by AnonRunzes at 3:25 PM EDT on September 13, 2019
okay, so i need to download gcc through MSYS2 in order to get started?

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i mean, i already have 'msys/gcc-libs 9.1.0-2' installed on my msys64 base installation.

edited 6:09 PM EDT September 13, 2019

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