Swav to Swar converter

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Overdose, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. Overdose
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    Hi there,

    This is my first post and i'm glad to announce you the first (didn't find another before) swav to swar coverter.
    The proyect began while helping to translate to spanish "Ace attorney: Miles edgeworth". I'm also working on a specific Graphics Traduction aplication.

    Screenshots:
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    Download:
    Swav2Swar_v0.1.rar

    Coded with Visual Studio (Requires .NET framework 3.5 or higher), I'm not a hardcore coder so be nice with me hehehe. Based on kiwi.ds SDAT specifications.
     
  2. FAST6191

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    Nice work, always good to have more DS sound related tools.
     
  3. muguk

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    Nice one. Will have a play with this later on tonight.


    Post-play edit: D'oh - any chance of adding reverse options (SWAR -> SWAV and SWAV -> WAV) as I mis-read what your program does as wanted to extract some .SWAV / .SWAR files back into MP3 [​IMG]
     
  4. Overdose
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    Nop, but because there are already good programs for these.

    -swav2wav (loveemu)
    -VGMTrans (VGM Trans)
    -CristalTile2 (angel-team?)
     
  5. muguk

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    Yep - did a lot more reading up and discovered more of what Crystal Tile can do for my interest in music ripping at the weekend.

    I like the way it doesn't fall at the first fence like VGMTrans does with games that use either pure (or lots of) streams. Plus a few SOUND_DS.SDAT files now rip perfectly well when VGMTrans doesn't like them for whatever reason.

    Although I do miss a working 'export *all* of these files' option - but that's just lazyitis on my own part.
     
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    I can't get the wav to swav to work. I tired putting the wav2swav in the same directory, but it doesn't output a swave file.

    When I try run it via commandline, it says something about cannot find Wavconv.
     
  8. Orengefox

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    Right in front of my computer.
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