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by SmartOne at 3:02 AM EDT on August 21, 2009
Awesome. Keep up the good work!
by manakoAT at 7:11 AM EDT on August 21, 2009
by manakoAT at 4:13 AM EDT on August 16, 2009
"Lego Island uses a blocked format with PCM, I already extracted them, but I'm too lazy to implement them into vgmsream, sorry! :)"


You should read some posts more careful :)
by marioman at 10:12 AM EDT on August 21, 2009
@jurassicPieter: Thanks for the GW upload. bxaimc's rip supposedly contains the original .xwb files, so I would still appreciate it if someone could upload that rip.

Also, exactly how do you get the MxSt files to play in vgmstream? It doesn't recognize the file extension...
by Mouser X at 1:17 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
Of course it doesn't. JurassicPieter is editing the source code of VGMstream (which anyone can do, since it's open source) and adding support for the files. And, since he has made no release of his modifications, it would be expected that you can't get it to work in VGMstream. I suspect that, once he gets it working, he'll release a DLL/test.exe, along with his source changes, so that it can be implemented in the main build. Mouser X over and out.
by manakoAT at 3:00 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
"Also, exactly how do you get the MxSt files to play in vgmstream? It doesn't recognize the file extension..." <-- somehow impossible without a vgmstream release, isn't it??
by bxaimc at 3:03 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
XBLA stuff is up
by marioman at 6:17 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
@manakoAT: jurassicPieter's post made it sound like the format was already supported on some way. I am assuming from your post that this is not the case.

@bxaimc: Thanks for the uploads. vgmstream does not seem to support the .xwb format for Geometry Wars. For my reference, what is a good .xwb extractor?
by Mouser X at 6:54 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
The only one that exists is toWave.exe (it's at the bottom of the first post, by the floppy disk icon). XWB contains XMA, and toWave can convert most XMA to WAV. If it's multi-channel though, I don't think it will work, so you might have to figure out how to split it, if that's the case. Mouser X over and out.
by hcs at 7:13 PM EDT on August 21, 2009
For reasons of pendantry:
XWB can contain many things. I think toWave handles most of them.
by marioman at 5:22 PM EDT on August 22, 2009
@Mouser and hcs: Thanks for the info. toWave worked perfectly.

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