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[POINTLESS] QSF Decoder question

Hi

Question for kode54

I don't know if part of my question is allowed to be asked here, but here it goes:

- where can I download files to play with the QSF Decoder?

- what library is used in QSF Decoder or did you write it all by yourself?

thx in advance!
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Re: QSF Decoder question

Reply #1
Neill Corlett wrote the original player, other authors wrote the current HLE QSound chip emulator, and I've been maintaining it for years now.

You may locate QSF files at qsf.joshw.info, but sometimes, it may be better to play VGM files instead, since some of these QSF files have synchronization issues inherent in the original game engines, and will go out of sync after long enough looping.

Re: QSF Decoder question

Reply #2
Is it correct qsf files are ripped from ROM chips dumps used in MAME?
How else to get arcade machine music?

Do you have the knowledge or can you point me in the right direction on how to rip those myself?
I am a MAME user.
Foobar2000 - It Really Whips ALL Llamas' Ass!

Re: QSF Decoder question

Reply #3
You may locate QSF files at qsf.joshw.info, but sometimes, it may be better to play VGM files instead, since some of these QSF files have synchronization issues inherent in the original game engines, and will go out of sync after long enough looping.

I have no experience with QSF files but really want to test your component!
It seems the qsf part of joshw.info is offline.
Do you maybe know another source for sqf files?
Foobar2000 - It Really Whips ALL Llamas' Ass!

 
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