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Yardman



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Post 21 Jul 2007, 18:51
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f0dder



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You could check www.wotsit.org , grab all sound file format references and see if some of them start with MP (not SP, as you wrote Smile ).
Post 22 Jul 2007, 14:13
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DOS386



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> Would someone please help me in identifying
> the format of this sound file?
> I have 60+ of these files and they came from
> a DOS game

Disassemble the game ? Shocked

> them start with MP (not SP, as you wrote

Right. MP0 ... MPX (- Player ? Shocked ) ... MP
Post 22 Jul 2007, 20:39
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bttr



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What's the name of the game?
Post 23 Jul 2007, 09:43
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pierre



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pierre
Maybe this could help you :

gt2 0.35 (c) 1999-2006 by PHaX (philip[at]helger.com)

- LFLPRDN.SMP (1193 bytes) - binary

Special extension: Adlib Sample Audio file

The following information is based on http://filext.com
Special extension: Photo Express Gallery (Ulead) file
Special extension: Scream Tracker Sample file
Special extension: Sprintbit Playlist Manager Media Playlist (Sprintbit Corporation) file
Special extension: Screensaver Maker Project File (21hua.com) file
Special extension: Ad Lib Gold Sample file
Special extension: Swell Audio (Sampled Data) (Hitech Development AB) file
Special extension: PhotoImpact Presets (Ulead) file
Special extension: Sound File file
Special extension: Xionics SMP image file
Special extension: Sample or Samplevision Format file
Post 23 Jul 2007, 12:45
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Post 23 Jul 2007, 15:36
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f0dder



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Yardman: forget DOS, grab a copy of DataRescue IDA for Windows - it'll handle DOS files just well (there used to be a DOS version, but dunno if they still ship that).
Post 23 Jul 2007, 19:48
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rugxulo



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f0dder wrote:
Yardman: forget DOS, grab a copy of DataRescue IDA for Windows - it'll handle DOS files just well (there used to be a DOS version, but dunno if they still ship that).


Why forget DOS if you can still use IDA Free 3.7 with it?? Especially since it's a DOS game (which probably won't even work under whatever Windows he's using).

P.S. I seriously don't suggest reverse engineering (for legal reasons). But these are useful tools if used in the right way:

http://www.6502.org/crossdev/asm/ (trying not to direct link to file)

For newer 4.3 freeware (Win32 only), get it here.

BIEW (DOS, OS/2, Win32) is nice for looking at (w/ highlighting) / hacking at files, simple disassembling to file (even x86-64), etc. so consider that, too.
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