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by Mouser X at 3:51 PM EST on January 10, 2008
Snakemeat is correct. Your original question was ambiguous, and therefore I answered as best as I could understand it. Since you asked about using MagicISO, I *assume* you meant the BIN file was an ISO file. However, the BIN you're attempting to open *IS NOT* an ISO, and is in fact, as I said in my 3rd paragraph, a data file. You'll need to either find out what format it is (look at the header as snakemeat suggested), or you'll need to run adXtract on the BIN file. If you're looking for ADXs (which I thought you were), then adXtract should work, unless the BIN file is over 2 GB in size. If it's over 2 GB, then I guess you're out of luck for now.

Sorry I didn't make myself clear in the 3rd paragraph. I thought that what I said would have explained your current situation. That being, that you're currently attempting to open the BIN files as though it's a CD/DVD image, which it isn't.

As for irc.freenode.net, that's not a web address. That's an IRC server. You need an IRC client to be able to access that server. Your browser of course couldn't find it, because it couldn't interface with that server, since it's not a web server. There are tons of IRC clients available. Do a Google search for IRC clients, or CGI:IRC (CGI:IRC is free, and doesn't require you to install anything at all. At least, if you already have a browser installed, then you can use a CGI:IRC client). The two that I (currently, due to hardware problems) use the most are a Java Client (this requires Java, which you might not have installed) or IRC At Work (IRC at Work might not work for freenode, since it sometimes gets a temporary ban for abuse).

Hopefully this clarifies the situation. Mouser X over and out.
by marioman at 6:46 PM EST on January 10, 2008
Hey, I just realized that NEZPlug++ now supports channel muting on most, if not all, supported files. View the info for a file (Alt+3) and select Channel Mask. Not sure if it is new to version +16.2, but it's there. Now in_gbs does not have any advantage over NEZPlug.

Also, is the Japanese version of Sonic CD's soundtrack on the Sonic Gems Collection? It would be nice to have a looping version of those tracks.

edited 6:47 PM EST January 10, 2008
by unknownfile at 8:22 PM EST on January 10, 2008
no it isn't
by unknownfile at 6:03 PM EST on January 11, 2008
lib2sf is now working (although it can't load 2sf files and uses the Desmume wave write interface instead of the actual library output function).

nyonk (source code only)


edited 6:04 PM EST January 11, 2008
by marioman at 7:22 AM EST on January 14, 2008
VORC reports updates for AOSSF. They say that kingshriek's patch has been added to it. Is this htcore.exe?

Here's the VORC article.

edited 7:24 AM EST January 14, 2008
by kingshriek at 7:37 AM EST on January 14, 2008
No, it's based on the latest Audio Overload SDK (http://rbelmont.mameworld.info/?page_id=221). The patch simply removes some (probably) unnecessary code that was causing problems in MAME 0.122u5 (causing Guardian Force to lock up for instance). The patch actually doesn't really have much relevance in a SSF player, since it's not expected that any released SSFs will be changing area maps on the fly, and this is what was triggering the undesirable behavior in MAME.
by Knurek at 7:49 AM EST on January 14, 2008
BTW, those are plugins for various media players (Winamp2/XMPlay, Winamp5, Foobar, KBMedia) based on Audio Overload SDK.
Quite nifty at that.
by marioman at 7:58 AM EST on January 14, 2008
OK, thanks for clearing that up. We still need to get htcore.exe into a Winamp plugin of some sort...

In other news, NEZPlug v0.9.4.8 + 2 + 16.3 has been released.
by Knurek at 8:42 AM EST on January 14, 2008
There shouldn't be any difference between the plugin and htcore (heck, latest AOSDK emulates FM part, which htcore doesn't).

This version NEZPlug adds better OPL(L?) emulation. No other changes were listed.
by Lunar at 3:44 PM EST on January 14, 2008
There shouldn't be any differences, but there are. Here's my link again for convenience:

http://www.vgmusic.com/~lunar/shiningwisdomtowncomparison.mp3

Comparison of htcore + AO winamp plugin. htcore is playing it properly, AO isn't.

EDIT: and, while the new AO adds FM, it seems pretty unlistenable. I tried AO today with a NiGHTS track. There was FM, but it was garbled.

edited 3:46 PM EST January 14, 2008

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