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by TheUltimateKoopa at 2:50 PM EDT on June 13, 2012
Wasn't there some kind of "QSF" thing for GameCube?
by Mouser X at 4:13 PM EDT on June 13, 2012
No. QSF is for the Capcom Q Sound something or other. It's an arcade unit (see CPS2 on Wikipedia). I already mentioned QSF here. Personally, for NGC/Wii xSF, I would suggest either RSF (taken already...), or WSF (I think that's still available). Because the Wii and NGC are so similar, the xSF implementation of either sysetme would, likely, be very nearly identical. Thus NGC/Wii should be able to be conglomerated under one extension.

Just FYI, Neill Corlett created the QSF format (before there was even a NGC emulator of any kind, I think. I could be wrong), and most of the rips, before he "disappeared." As such, it's been around for years, but no one has ever done much with it. Mouser X over and out.
by bxaimc at 9:39 PM EDT on June 13, 2012
I propose the name CSF!
by agu fungus at 3:47 PM EDT on June 14, 2012
3SF for Gamecube. I think someone suggested that before, and personally, I liked the suggestion.

edited 3:47 PM EDT June 14, 2012
by Mouser X at 4:32 PM EDT on June 14, 2012
Considering that 2SF is for the NDS, wouldn't it make a lot more sense for 3SF to be for the 3DS? 2SF-NDS, then they put out the next NDS, which is a 3DS.... 3SF-3DS. How does 3SF for the NGC make sense? Wii SF (WSF), or Cube SF (CSF) sound fine to me, but where does 3SF come from (in relation to the Wii/NGC)?

Obviously, this entire conversation is completely irrelevant. Whoever actually does the work to create the format (aka, makes the initial rips, and a player for said rips) is the one who will make the name. If they decide to call it *.!@&, they can do that, because they're the one who did the work. Hopefully whoever actually does create it, doesn't call it that just to spite me.... Mouser X over and out.
by TheUltimateKoopa at 7:49 PM EDT on June 14, 2012
The (possibly not full) list of Portable Sound Formats is:
PSF or PSF1 = PlayStation Sound Format
PSF2 = PlayStation 2 Sound Format
SSF = Sega Saturn Sound Format
DSF = Dreamcast Sound Format
USF = Nintendo Ultra 64 Sound Format
QSF = Capcom Q-Sound Format
GSF = Game Boy Advance Sound Format
2SF = Nintendo DS Sound Format
3SF = GameCube Sound Format

The 3DS sound format for sequenced audio could be something like.... CSF, as in "CTR", as was suggested.

However, I think most 3DS audio is streamed. So it's likely to be something like BRSTM, ADX, etc.
by bxaimc at 10:18 PM EDT on June 14, 2012
I agree with Mouser. Why 3SF for GC/Wii? There are sequences on 3DS as well. Also, the most common format on 3DS is ADX2/HCA.

edited 10:19 PM EDT June 14, 2012
by the_audio_ripper at 2:07 AM EDT on June 15, 2012
How to compile the PHP source code on Windows?
How to extract .bms files from Super Mario Sunshine?

Or you can give me the midi files.

edited 10:18 AM EDT June 15, 2012
by the_audio_ripper at 10:25 AM EDT on June 15, 2012
AH, it works!
But it runs very slowly.
by TurbomanAlco at 7:42 PM EDT on June 15, 2012
What do you mean it works? Did you actualy some how find a way to compile it? All you have to do is get some webspace on the net and drop the folders into it using an ftp editor. Then you go on the site using a web browser. There is no compiling unless what you mean is you did that.

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