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Console sfx playback
X0R
post Jun 29 2010, 16:40
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Not sure, but can wavpack sfx play the files as well?

I vaguely remember it could do it, might be wrong.
I have tried to search for this information, but found nothing, please advise.

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post Jun 29 2010, 17:08
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it's upx-ed self extracting archive with wav file inside
it can't be played by itself, but you can make some batch file with sox i.e. or some other command-line wav player
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post Jun 29 2010, 17:11
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QUOTE (2E7AH @ Jun 29 2010, 18:08) *
it's upx-ed self extracting archive with wav file inside
it can't be played by itself, but you can make some batch file with sox i.e. or some other command-line wav player


Thanks for the reply, maybe it was not wavpack I was using way back to do it.
maybe Ape?
What lossless encoder sfx has a built in option for console playback?
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post Jun 29 2010, 17:23
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Don't think so
What's your scenario?
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post Jun 29 2010, 19:00
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QUOTE (2E7AH @ Jun 29 2010, 18:23) *
Don't think so
What's your scenario?


this is so strange, I vaguely but vividly remember doing just that, playing a win32 console sfx'd lossless file, but have no idea how I did it,
& now that I read your reply, I am not even sure it was wavpack sad.gif
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