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PostPosted: 2014-10-25, 10:04:07 
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I spent most of yesterday listening through soundtracks with foo_input_vgm. It's excellent, so I want to say thanks again. Suddenly this site is far more useful!

However, I noticed it currently lacks tag editing ~ if the authors are aware of this thread then I humbly request this feature. Ideally it could include automatic decompression/recompression of VGZs (if possible), though simply supporting uncompressed VGM would work fine too.

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Edit:2015-01-24
Future, update information I will do in this post.
(Because a many were downloaded files in this post, and link from the packs page to this post.)

2017-05-26 Update
Update in_vgm for foobar2000.(It is not what I made, Were made by anonymous users in Japan)
http://ux.getuploader.com/foobar2000/do ... m_v0.27.7z

Change log:
  • Sync to in_vgm/VGMPlay v0.40.8.
    For more updates, please refer to VGMPlay_Updates.txt that are included with the VGMPlay.
  • Accordingly, remove some chip options of GB DMG and OKIM 6258.
  • Update zlib to latest v1.2.11.
  • Other use library (MemoryModule) also updated to the latest version.
Old Change log is in the Change_log_E.zip.
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Re MSM6258 in foo_gep - The same problem exists in Cog (for OSX); I've messaged kode54 about both and am awaiting a response.


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Hi!
I have problem compiling VGMPlay under Ubuntu:
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$ make
Compiling VGMPlay.c ...                                                                                 
VGMPlay.c:56:18: fatal error: zlib.h: No such file or directory                                             
 #include <zlib.h>                                                                                           
                  ^                                                                                               
compilation terminated.                                                                                             
make: *** [obj/VGMPlay.o] Error 1

Is this the same problem which is described in VGMPlay.txt?
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Ubuntu refuses to run (or maybe compile) VGMPlay correctly. It either crashes upon opening a vgm file or doesn't open the sound device. (and the ini-file, too. VGMs are opened for some reason.)

By the way, is there a SCM repository for VGMPlay somewhere?


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denisk wrote:
VGMPlay.c:56:18: fatal error: zlib.h: No such file or directory

In order to fix that problem, you just need to use the first link google gives you when searching for "zlib.h: No such file or directory". (For me it's this.)
You also need to install libao or disable libao support in the Makefile. In the latter case it will use OSS sound output (via /dev/dsp). You might need to install some OSS emulation packages to get that working though. (

btw: Halberd recently made me realize that the source code package lacks VGMPlay.ini. VGMPlay works fine without it, but it will complain about the missing file and you need it to adjust settings. You can copy it from the binary package.

denisk wrote:
By the way, is there a SCM repository for VGMPlay somewhere?

No, there isn't.


@2ch-H: It's really awesome to see people working on a foobar port of VGMPlay/in_vgm. (Even though I can't test it right now, since I don't have foobar installed, I will try it out sometime.)


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Please look here Post.


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can you convince the author to put it on github?


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vampirefrog wrote:
can you convince the author to put it on github?

I don't know his contact... (I found file by chance)


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ah, I wish we knew who the guy is, we could add him to our github organization and he could work directly with us on github...


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Does the PseudoStereo option actually do anything? I've finally figured out how to turn it on, but it just doesn't seem to be working for me.


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Description from VGMPlay.ini:
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[YM2612]
; MAME: if on, the chip updates its left/right channel alternatively, creating a nice pseudo-stereo effect
PseudoStereo = False

It might not be audible unless you have noise-type sounds like FM cymbals, for example.


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