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by Omochao at 11:51 PM EST on December 7, 2008
Rise of the Fungi .2SF:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/gvfn7rO
by Mouser X at 12:30 AM EST on December 8, 2008
bxaimc: Or you could convert the 2SF to an ADX and play it in Rockbox. This way, no file splitting is necessary, as Rockbox plays ADX and of course supports looping of said ADX. After all, if you're able to find the loop point/intro/whatnot of the 2SF, then it'd be almost as easy to use that information, and create a looping ADX.

Of course, the biggest problem with this is that Rockbox may not run on your iPod/portable Player. As for me though, I tend to listen to ADXs far more than I do MP3s/other formats these days... I *really* like the fact that I can use VGMstream to convert various audio formats to ADX (and thus preserve looping info) for use in Rockbox. On the other hand though, if I could get LOGGs to work in Rockbox, it would decrease the size of my music by about 75%, or something (I had a closer number, but I forgot what it was). Since the ADXs take up at least 20 GB on my Gigabeat, that means that if I converted them to LOGGs, it'd free up 15 GB. That would be Nice!

Anyway, sorry to be somewhat off-topic.

Back on topic, Omochao: 2SFs should be mentioned in the 2SF thread, not in the Streamed Audio thread. Unless, perhaps, Rise of the Fungi is streamed (I didn't check your link). Just pointing that out. Mouser X over and out.
by Omochao at 12:39 AM EST on December 8, 2008
I put them here because bxaimc requested them here.
by bxaimc at 9:14 AM EST on December 8, 2008
When did i request it? X_o
Thanks anyway.
by manakoAT at 5:01 AM EST on December 13, 2008
Time for a little update,
this time it's

Tomb Raider - Legend



Tomb Raider - Legend

Time to rock with Madame Croft! ;O)

edited 5:03 AM EST December 13, 2008
by Ikitsumatatsu at 5:38 PM EST on December 14, 2008
I did a quick search and didn't see any links to the BRSARs from AC:CF, so woppum (The one and only BRSTM is included for completeness' sake)

The BRSAR unpack tool on the in_cube page really doesn't like these.
by Omochao at 8:16 PM EST on December 14, 2008
That tool doesn't really like ANYTHING.
by SmartOne at 3:58 PM EST on December 15, 2008
I have the ADXs from Toy Story 2 (Dreamcast) in case anyone is interested. Sample rate of 44100 Hz instead of the weird Playstation CD-XA 37800 Hz soundtrack.
by Mouser X at 4:31 AM EST on December 21, 2008
On IRC, HCS mentioned putting together all of the currently available streamed sets onto a 500 GB harddrive, and shipping it to those who would be interested in receiving a copy. However, HDDs aren't free, so if he were to do this, the idea would be that people would help pitch in to purchase the supplies needed (shipping would be a sort of "pay it forward" by paying to ship it to the next guy). The idea here is to buy one HDD, and ship that to multiple locations in the USA (keeps costs down). Here's some links to possible HDD candidates:

http://shop4.frys.com/product/5734812
This one is $80, and is made to be used as an external drive. This might be easier for some people to use (no hooking up an internal drive), and possibly more robust (useful if it's being shipped around)

http://3btech.net/exhadrkitinu2.html
This one is a little less than $70, and is still external.

http://3btech.net/whlamadate50.html
This one is $45, but is an internal drive. This is the cheapest method (which I prefer), and as long as the drive is properly packaged, it should be fine to ship it. However, depending on your setup, an external drive may be preferred.

Something else to keep in mind is that the more hands this passes through, the more likely the drive is to be lost or damaged. Therefore, if you contribute, it's possible that it might end up being $10 down the tubes. The other idea is that everyone involved pays the full price, and are refunded as the drive makes its way down the line. This is not necessarily recommended, but it is a possible idea. To quote HCS:

"something cute would be to have everyone pay up for the full price of the drive, and then refund people as the drive gets passed along to the next person. would protect against someone keeping it, or packing carelessly. but it would place the trust on the receiver (who could claim he never got it)."

We could get insurance, but this would raise the cost as well. And of course package tracking, as that would be helpful. I think though, that ideally we should shoot for a smallish number of people cut costs down, and minimize the risk of loss or damage.

Anyway, I'm rather interested in this idea. Is there anyone else who would be willing to chip in some money to get a full collection of the streamed sets currently out there? I know I'm in. Mouser X out.

edited 5:23 AM EST December 21, 2008
by lol at 3:40 AM EST on December 24, 2008


edited 4:24 AM EST December 24, 2008

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