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SoundExtractor 1.3.1

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soundextractor_1.31.sit (30.46 KB)
MD5: 7ee352d0cdbf863004f8b8f7a6968ae5
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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SoundExtractor_1.21.sit (20.62 KB)
MD5: 1c7e753ae19d7611edaf5d03578ab4e4
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: Basilisk II,
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SoundExtractor lets you extract sounds from any kind of file and save them in Mac OS 7 sound file format, which can be easily played in the Finder with a double click.

Just open a sound suitcase or any other file (a game, for example) in SoundExtractor, or drag its icon on top of SoundExtractor's, and a new folder will be created. This folder will have a custom icon of a folder with a little speaker on it, and it will contain all the sounds that were contained in the original file. But now, double-clicking the sounds will play them!

You aren't restricted to sound suitcases: you can also extract sounds from applications, HyperCard stacks or other files. You can choose whether to look for standard sounds of type 'snd ' or other custom types, or sound data files.

SoundExtractor was nominated Best of Class in the Sound category by VersionTracker!

Architecture: 68k PPC

Tested, and it works on real hardware, as well as in BasiliskII.


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by Daxeria - 2021, March 30 - 5:06am

@BreakinBenny: resource_dasm for macOS and Linux can convert "csnd" resources to .wav files as well as extract the sounds and images from Color Dark Castle.

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by BreakinBenny - 2013, July 30 - 6:22pm

Sucks that 1.32 never came out, what a paradise it'd be if I could extract WolfMac 3D's "csnd" resources or even from Color Dark Castle! (Though, it'd also be neat to rip sprites or even tiles from the SHPD directory not to mention that "BRGR" in Wolfenstein 3D, "BRGR" is short for Rebecca "Burger" Heineman)