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by marioman at 10:06 PM EDT on August 2, 2007
Highly Competitive v0.1 (CS2's SNSF plugin for Winamp) is available at the SNSF page. This just makes me want the Wario's Woods SNSF set even more.

Good job CS2.

--EDIT--

He has also put up what looks like the source to the plugin.

edited 10:15 PM EDT August 2, 2007
by Richter X at 11:20 PM EDT on August 2, 2007
in_snsf is hellishly choppy-sounding. Then again, it's a first release. :)
by Lunar at 5:53 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
Cool, I'm checking out the Chrono Trigger and Tales of Phantasia sets right now. You weren't kidding about choppy. Still, I'm interested in seeing how this progresses. It'll be useful for all those sets that weren't rippable before.

music-0002.minisnsf - vocals :D

I don't see this as a potential replacement for SPC.
by marioman at 9:14 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
Yet it is choppy, but it is after all v0.1. I do not see it as a replacement for SPC either, but rather a complementary format that will fill the shortcomings of SPC.

I think that the best way for CS2 to utilize SNSF is to take snesmusic.org's list of undumpable games and rip them first. It seems to be a little redundant to rip games that already have tagged/timed SPC soundtracks.

Nonetheless, the format is shaping up very well and I am excited to see a real release of in_snsf.

edited 9:15 AM EDT August 3, 2007
by unknownfile at 9:44 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
It could be a replacement for SPC as SPCs usually have redundant data which could be stored in a ROM... but that's just my guess.
by agu fungus at 11:10 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
Can you give me the link to the snsf page?
by marioman at 11:15 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
Sure.
by agu fungus at 11:28 AM EDT on August 3, 2007
Thank you. Now if I could understand how to rip the music out of the games.

Edit: Another set needs to be reripped into this format: Clayfighter (reason: the Clayfighter song cannot be ripped to its fullest in SPC)

edited 11:52 AM EDT August 3, 2007
by marioman at 8:51 AM EDT on August 7, 2007
in_snsf has been updated, and it appears that CS2 has fixed the issue with the music being choppy. Go get it.

By the way, when will we be seeing some MDSF music/players? Just wondering.
by unknownfile at 9:10 AM EDT on August 7, 2007
when I feel like it

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