Extracting Music from .NDS file

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Yuan, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. Yuan
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    first pull open the fill with a hex editor and see if you can find any familiar things, or maybe even the name of the audio type.
    .bin is not a real audio format, so there's not really a universal "bin audio player".
     
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    Thanks I'll try it, I've tried to change the file to .wav , .mid and .mp3 but no success.
     
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    It's no use =\ haven't found any clues into hex editor.

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    i found a clue.
    Âcri

    most likely on the other end of the file you'll see ####Âcri where #### is the actual file format.
    too bad tough, it's not a public sound format.

    it's only meant for games and programs, so you won't easily get an audio player/converter for it.
     
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    Well cri is most likely CriWare if thats of any help. Its possible the audio is ADX format for which VGMSTREAM may come in handy. I'm not sure how well it handles raw data though, as it doesn't seem you can isolate specific files in the binary yet.