11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by uyjulian, December 30, 2014, 06:32:07 PM
Quote from: Chpexo on May 14, 2015, 08:13:58 PMI've been using spc2it.exe for a little while now and I must say nice job. Because of this program, I can rip samples from games easier. Before I had to rip samples with ssor95, it would rip the larger samples but without the loop points, leaving me to painfully find my own loop point.Since i like this program a lot, I'd like to point out some bugs. I see that your program cuts the file name off at the first period for the IT file, this leaves OST titles like "069 Dr. Andonuts' Lab.spc" to have the file name "069 Dr.it". This should be an easy fix.Another problem I'd like to address is the fact that the samples are transposed at a certain note. Where are you getting these note values from? The transposing seems to vary from song to song for the same sample. I would prefer these to be consistent as I am reusing these samples in hacks and archiving them too. I also like to cover the songs in a program called snesgss and I set all my samples to B notes for this reason as stated from the snesgss readme:These are some little things that I found, I hope to hear some feedback from you!
Quote from: DaVince on July 11, 2015, 09:53:50 AMWelcome back!If LuaJIT compiled into a single executable, you could include it with the download, maybe even with a batch file (for Windows builds, obviously). That'd make it easy for anyone wanting to use it and not having/knowing how to use LuaJIT. Then again, this is already a command-line tool, so I think some competence in using the command line is already expected.Anyway, you going this way does promote further development and improvement on this, which I think is awesome, so... take the route you think is best!
Quote from: azidahaka on August 03, 2015, 05:13:26 PMI forgot about your work for sometime.. damn Real life issues Have you managed to avoid the "same instrument on 100 different rows" issue aka as cleaning up the resulting file?It was the only thing hindering the use of the software for me...
Quote from: uyjulian on August 03, 2015, 07:52:34 PMNope, not yet.I'm still working on my C->Lua conversion.
Quote from: azidahaka on August 04, 2015, 06:41:31 AMC -> Lua? i thought the opposite
Quote from: Chpexo on October 03, 2015, 08:37:58 PMHey uyjulian. I hope that Lua conversion is going smoothly. I found a bug in your original C version that you might not be aware of. Apparently when compiling the IT file, your program will crash if it has to do more than 240 patterns. Be sure to fix this in the Lua version. I ran into this error when compiling some SPCs from Equinox.P.S. I changed the topic title to a more relevant one.
Quote from: Chpexo on October 03, 2015, 10:50:47 PMOkey dokey. It sounds right to have your own topic for your own project anyway.EDIT: Another bug I forgot to mention. Apparently for some SPCS (specifically ones ripped with ZSNES I believe) the first row of notes seem cut off. So it some instrument plays the whole time in a column, you won't hear it play in the IT file.
Quote from: TheLoneSurvivor on July 20, 2016, 11:31:29 AMDoes this work with all SPC "drivers", or N-SPC only?
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