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.wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« on: September 26, 2012, 17:10:44 »

Hi!

I made a short script that converts mono .wav files into 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm files.  You can get it from https://github.com/ZoeB/wave-tools/blob/master/makeamiga.py .  Suggested usage: "python3 makeamiga.py *.wav"  I hope it's helpful for someone out there!

All the best,
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Re: .wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2014, 19:19:10 »

But I don't have Phyton D: .

Hmm... as you shared the script I guess I can improvise something identical in another language :3 .
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Re: .wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2014, 09:23:50 »

The python interpreter is free as open-source, just so you know.
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Re: .wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2015, 10:22:00 »

8-bit 8363 hz? The latest ModPlug Tracker has a feature that can do that. Use the Resample feature, then the Convert to 8-bit feature.

And if you use the IT or S3M format, you can get 16-bit 44100hz samples straight to your module.

The S3M format supports 16-bit samples, but the only known tracker to implement this capability is the Open ModPlug Tracker.

You can also have 44096Hz samples in XM modules.
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Re: .wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2015, 13:36:03 »

8-bit 8363 hz? The latest ModPlug Tracker has a feature that can do that. Use the Resample feature, then the Convert to 8-bit feature.
Not everyone uses OpenMPT, and most importantly it cannot do a batch conversion like the script in the original post.

And if you use the IT or S3M format, you can get 16-bit 44100hz samples straight to your module.
Maybe that's not what the original poster wanted to do? Why do you think the script is called "makeamiga" - Make Amiga?

The S3M format supports 16-bit samples, but the only known tracker to implement this capability is the Open ModPlug Tracker.
Pretty much all trackers that support S3M except the original ScreamTracker itself support 16-bit samples. But again that misses the point.
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