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Its terminated because I can't find a decent free web host with no ads at all and decent bandwidth. Heck, I don't even care if I have a 50MB file limit, as long as the bandwidth is good.
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Post by mudlord »

It would be extremely nice if in_spc supported track names.


Needs to be implemented by hand, since snes_spc is a emulator only. Nothing too hard. Least GME has the nice benefit of having functions that get the info for me. 8)

Seeking would be great too.


I don't see the point in seeking, or observing times (since the original system doesn't care about those things). And it also has to be implemented by hand.
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Post by SmartOne »

For really long songs, like the eight minute plus ones in Plok!, seeking would be nice on occasion.
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Post by creaothceann »

Well, you can always dump them to .wav or .mp3 files...
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Post by SmartOne »

Convenience. And that's not "raw" anymore.

Just a simple request. It would be more useful, no matter how you slice it nor how you create an argument.
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Post by grinvader »

Raw PCM is as raw as you can get. And bit perfect too.
You can even make a little proggie to loop it forever, fadein/out, or all sorts of crazy shit !
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Just delete the first 58 bytes and WAV becomes raw 16-bit signed stereo PCM audio data at 32khz, that's not playable by anything.
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Post by creaothceann »

In my DOS days I had a small tool called sbplay that could play raw PCM files (with parameters supplied via command line) or WAV/VOC files.

'twas cool for my QBASIC games. 8)


Anyway... yes, WAV is RAW.
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Post by SmartOne »

But original source is more flexible.
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Post by franpa »

How many things can play SPC files? how many things can play WAV files? how many things can edit/convert A spc file? how many things can edit/convert A wav file?

do you still think spc files are more flexible? o_O
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Post by Johan_H »

Well, since you can "convert" SPC to WAV but not the other way around, it's more flexible.
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Post by franpa »

yes, you can convert the original format to a more flexible format. pretty much proving that SPC is a less flexible format by it self.
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Post by Gil_Hamilton »

franpa wrote:yes, you can convert the original format to a more flexible format. pretty much proving that SPC is a less flexible format by it self.
No, because SPC, through conversion, gains the advantages of wave, while still maintaining the original file with discrete per-instrument samples and per-voice controls.

SPC can be wave, but wave can never be SPC.


Editing an SPC may be a less common feature, but it's infinitely more powerful than wave editing.
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Post by franpa »

Ah, ok. Thankyou for your explanation.
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Post by Gil_Hamilton »

And now franpa knows the difference between sequenced and waveform audio formats!
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What have you been smoking?
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Nothing as strong as you.
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Post by I.S.T. »

Gil_Hamilton wrote:Nothing as strong as you.


Wait.... YOU SMOKE FRANPA?!
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First one to make an image of a pack of "franpa" smokes probably wins something?
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No, they just incurr the wrath of "Franpa, the Almighty" :P
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>> Franpa, the Almighty
>> Franpa, the
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Sounds like chop liver to me.
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Post by adventure_of_link »

grinvader wrote:>> Franpa, the Almighty
>> Franpa, the
>> the


huh...?

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Post by Nightcrawler »

franpa wrote:http://www.mediafire.com/file/gctz9zv2abu/in_spc.dll


This plugin does not work in XMPlay. "This plugin is unsupported by XMPlay because it uses it's own output." I don't have any problem with SNESAmp.
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Post by SmartOne »

You sure about that? I use the plugin in XMPlay. Something's probably goofy.
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