Difference between revisions of "PSF"

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| Format    = PSF
 
| Format    = PSF
 
| Developer = [[Neill Corlett]]
 
| Developer = [[Neill Corlett]]
| Released  = 2003/??/??
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| Released  = 2002/??/??
 
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| Extension01 = *.psf
 
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'''''Portable Sound Format''''' (PSF) is an audio format used for storing PlayStation and PlayStation 2 audio data. Neill Corlett created the format in 2003. PSF originally stood for PlayStation Sound Format, but since numerous projects have used the format as a base platform ([[GSF]], [[SSF]], [[USF]], etc.), it has been renamed to Portable Sound Format.
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'''''Portable Sound Format''''' (PSF) is an audio format used for storing PlayStation and PlayStation 2 audio data. Neill Corlett created the format in 2002. PSF originally stood for PlayStation Sound Format, but since numerous projects have used the format as a base platform ([[GSF]], [[SSF]], [[USF]], etc.), it has been renamed to Portable Sound Format.
  
  
 
==Players==
 
==Players==
* [[Highly Experimental]] - Winamp Plugin
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* [[Highly Experimental]] - Winamp, XMPlay
  
  
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==Links==
 
==Links==
*'''Wikipedia:''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Sound_Format en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Sound_Format]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Sound_Format en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Sound_Format] - Wikipedia.

Revision as of 10:24, 17 July 2012

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Portable Sound Format
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Developer: Neill Corlett
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Content: {{{Content}}}
Instruments: {{{Instruments}}}
Target Output
Output - Digital Audio - No.png Output - MIDI - No.png Output - FM Synthesis - No.png Output - PSG - No.png
Released: 2002/??/??
Extensions
  • *.psf

Portable Sound Format (PSF) is an audio format used for storing PlayStation and PlayStation 2 audio data. Neill Corlett created the format in 2002. PSF originally stood for PlayStation Sound Format, but since numerous projects have used the format as a base platform (GSF, SSF, USF, etc.), it has been renamed to Portable Sound Format.


Players


Games

Games That Use PSF


Links