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Many of the original soundtracks and animations of PlayStation 1 are so well made that some independent game developers may want to extract them for personal use. I’m afraid, this time, PSX Multi Converter can not help you at all. Because it can scan almost nothing for no matter what type of game ROM files (except the CD ROM disc in your CD drive, I guess). And, we are able to use Cube Media Player to extract the audios and videos out, but it does not provide support to images. Even worse, for some PSone games, it can only extract the XA audio part of the dialogues of characters and the opening animations, you can’t get the BGM in each stage.
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AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate) is the most widely used, compact voice standard in the mobile communication systems (its audio file size per second can be controlled at about 1KB). It was known as the most common saving format for mobile phone audio recording (including old-fashioned ringtone formats) and widely recognized by each big mobile phone manufacturer. At the same time, it is also the only audio format that implemented loading vocals in the MMS.
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WebP is a new modern image format that supports both lossy and lossless compression launched by Google for Web use. In the same quality, it has much smaller file size than JPEG and PNG formats of images. If all goes well, WebP could soon become the new standard of Web images.
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JPEGsnoop is a professional but quite simple to use JPEG image analysis software. It can help you to examine, analyze whether a JPEG image or an Motion JPEG (MJPG) image ever been modified, or rather to detect the authenticity of image.
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