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- by Kirishima at 8:02 PM EST on November 11, 2015
- Can somebody help fix this track. It does not sound right and I have no idea how to fix it because I'm brain-dead. It is a track from Biohazard 2 and asking here since it was made using this utility.
edited 8:03 PM EST November 11, 2015
- by Alpha23 at 6:24 AM EDT on September 13, 2017
- I have a question: How can I automatically cut the resulting file to the end of the SEQ without looping it indefinitely (or to 3min for that matter)?
- by Kirishima at 3:37 PM EDT on September 13, 2017
You can set the track length of a specific psf using winamp(right-click song in winamp, view file info) or vgmtoolbox, since it sounds like you have a file that doesn't have one. Make sure to toggle the "Force songs to play indefinitely" setting off in the plugin's settings if you're converting to wav with winamp.
edited 3:38 PM EDT September 13, 2017
- by Alpha23 at 7:21 AM EDT on September 14, 2017
- Yes, I know that but its extremely tedious to decode every single psf to wave, search for the loop point in an audio editor and then create the psf again with the correct length.
Isn't there an option to automatically set the time to the end of the SEQ? If not, is it possible to implement?
- by Kirishima at 6:21 PM EDT on September 14, 2017
- I didn't understand your question initially, so I just gave out an answer for what I thought you were asking, just to keep myself from rambling too long.
As for a more automated way, use psf timer in vgmtoolbox if it's just for seq files. A batch file should be generated which then you'd have to run with psfpoint and bin2psf(maybe) in the folder. Also, i think psf-o-cycle can do that, but I haven't used that in a while.
edited 6:23 PM EDT September 14, 2017
- by Alpha23 at 10:41 AM EDT on September 15, 2017
- Apparently I'm a bit too dumb. Here's what I do:
I drop all the seq files into the PSF timer, run the batch with psfpoint and try to create the files with PSF.exe. PSF always shows 3:00 as time, no matter, which seq file I choose.
If I try to run the PSF Maker in VGM Toolbox, I just get the error message that access to bin2psf.exe was denies. When I try to run bin2psf manually, I get the same error message from Windows. What's wrong here?
- by Kirishima at 5:15 PM EDT on September 15, 2017
- It's my fault. I should have said drop the psf's into psf timer. It will only work with psf's with that use the generic seq\vh\vb formats. Others it won't work for afaik. About the issue with bin2psf, I have no idea of what to do about that. Sorry.
- by Alpha23 at 11:51 AM EDT on September 19, 2017
- Well, when I do that, VGM Toolbox tells me No SEQ data found.
Am I using the wrong tool to create the PSFs?
- by Kirishima at 2:14 PM EDT on September 19, 2017
- May I have a sample psf from the set you're trying to time? I'd like to test it myself.
edited 2:14 PM EDT September 19, 2017
- by Alpha23 at 3:37 PM EDT on September 19, 2017
- sure: http://www118.zippyshare.com/v/Tze37IIZ/file.html
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