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 Readme for:  Utility » Archive » unxwb.lha

Unxwb

Description: Unpack XWB/ZWB files
Download: unxwb.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 45kb
Version: 0.3.2
Date: 20 Mar 09
Author: Luigi Auriemma, Fredrik Wikstrom (OS4 port)
Submitter: Fredrik Wikstrom
Email: fredrik/a500 org
Homepage: http://aluigi.org
Category: utility/archive
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 4643
 
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XWB/ZWB files unpacker 0.3.2
by Luigi Auriemma
e-mail: aluigi(at)autistici.org
web:    aluigi.org

Usage: unxwb [options] <file.XWB>

Options:
-l        lists the files without extracting them
-d DIR    output directory where extracting the files
-v        verbose output
-b N OFF  N is the name of the XSB containing the names of the XWB audio
          files and OFF is the offset where these names start
-x OFF    offset of the input file for reading the XWB data in it
-r "EXE"  runs a tool for each output file. EXE is the complete command-line,
          use the #FILE pattern which will be substituited with the output file
          Example for fast Xbox ADPCM decoding:
            unxwb -r "xbadpdec #FILE #FILE.wav" music.xwb
-o        don't create files, simply dumps them to stdout (probably useless)
-s SEG    show the hex content of the segment number SEG (for debugging only)
-R        raw output files (by default the tool adds headers and extensions)


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