Author Topic: NSF Sound Format  (Read 6763 times)

Albus

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NSF Sound Format
« on: 11 Dec '07 - 17:44 »
Does anybody know a library that plays the NSF (Nintendo Sound Format)?
I googled to death. :(

raina

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Re: NSF Sound Format
« Reply #1 on: 11 Dec '07 - 18:05 »
If you go to The XMPlay Support Site and search for NSF you get 4 different plugins for playing NSF files.

Oops, sorry. A library? Don't know any but the homepages of the aforementioned plugins could have something.
« Last Edit: 11 Dec '07 - 18:12 by raina »

Albus

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Re: NSF Sound Format
« Reply #2 on: 11 Dec '07 - 21:51 »
Well, yea i tried to find something. But i came up empty every time.
So if there is really no library, can i at least convert NSF into another low space consuming tracker format?
Like XM or MOD(MO3)?
ANYTHING that lets me play these sounds in my app? I am desperate here. I guess i havr to reverse engineer the nsf winamp plugins and code a lib myself? :S

raina

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Re: NSF Sound Format
« Reply #3 on: 11 Dec '07 - 23:20 »
Could the sources available at the Famitracker website be of any help? Note that the editor uses it's own FTM module format and it only exports NSFs.

Dotpitch

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Re: NSF Sound Format
« Reply #4 on: 12 Dec '07 - 14:11 »
NesDev linked to NSF2MIDI, that's a start...

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Xine supports NSF as well, and the source is available under GPL (xine-lib-1.1.8\src\demuxers\demux_nsf.c).
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« Last Edit: 12 Dec '07 - 15:02 by Dotpitch »

Albus

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Re: NSF Sound Format
« Reply #5 on: 12 Dec '07 - 17:43 »
Thank you very much for your help guys.  :)