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PostPosted: 2022-03-31, 8:20:24 

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You can decompress the VGZ files using standard tools like gzip, 7z or WinRAR.
And unless you want to hex-edit the VGMs, there should be really no reason to decompress them, as all programs that handle VGMs should support them as VGZ as well.


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Hello,

So, regarding of my question, I wasn't talking about the zip file we can download directly from the browser, sorry if I did not explained well, my mistake. I was talking about the sound file. It has been compressed before the zip file I suppose.

For this file here:

https://vgmrips.net/packs/pack/dragon-s ... o-system-2

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you will notice that the original file was compressed. So, my question would be how can I get the file without been compressed. (Not the zip file, the original file).

Thank you very much :)


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vgm_cmp "compresses" by removing redundant sound chip instructions. vgm_sro "compresses" by removing unused data from the sound chip sample ROMs. (e.g. voice clips not used by the music)
Both tools remove data and it is not possible to reverse that process.


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Thank you very much, I really appreciate it :)


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Hello

Is the latest version of Vgm2mid 2013-09-09?
I would like to have the latest version after that.

thank you.


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PostPosted: 2022-04-01, 19:45:10 

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There is no newer version. I didn't work on vgm2mid since that date.


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thank you for your answer.
It's a shame, but I hope it will come back someday.
In this version, there are some midi parts where the score is missing, so please improve it.


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Feature suggestion for vgm_tt: don't transfer tag parts the user specifies at run time (like Ripper).

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So you told me to post here in this topic here regarding VGM_Trim not properly transfering the YM2203 clock divider settings. So yeah, I hope this gets fixed soon.

"Reposted" Added the example Vgms in GNG.zip.


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I can provide the same for Enduro Racer later.

EDIT Okay; in the untrimmed version the audio starts 18 seconds in.


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I know that some tools take a second filename for output like vgm_trim; vgm2txt doesn't(?). If you don't mind, it would be kind of helpful to rename output for that program too.

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I just updated the package with precompiled VGM tools.

It is now up to date with the GitHub source code repository and and features various improvements/fixes, including:
  • the addition of a few tools:
    • optvgm for MegaDrive PCM optimization
    • ctr's dacopt
    • vgm_ren: automatic file naming using playlists and VGM tags
    • opt_oki for X68000 ADPCM optimization
  • vgm_trim: K053260, WonderSwan support
  • vgm2txt: K054539, WonderSwan support, it also lets you specify the output file now. ("-" is terminal standard output)
  • vgm_stat finally handles times >= 1 hour correctly
  • various mostly minor fixes to other tools, especially vgm_cmp and vgm_sro


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