Difference between revisions of "AUD"

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| Format      = AUD
 
| Format      = AUD
 
| Developer  = [[Westwood Studios]]
 
| Developer  = [[Westwood Studios]]
| Header      = ?
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| Header      = Unknown
 
| Released    =  
 
| Released    =  
 
| FirstGame  =  
 
| FirstGame  =  

Revision as of 16:55, 23 October 2014

[[Category: Formats With {{{Content}}} Content]] [[Category: Formats With {{{Instruments}}} Instruments]]
Audio
AUD.png
Developer: Westwood Studios
Header: Unknown
Content: {{{Content}}}
Instruments: {{{Instruments}}}
Target Output
Output - Digital Audio - No.png Output - MIDI - No.png Output - FM Synthesis - No.png Output - PSG - No.png
Extensions
  • *.aud

AUD (assumingly stands for "audio") is an audio compression format used by Westwood Studios in the late 1990's. It takes raw 16-bit pulse-code modulation audio data compressed with the lossless IMA-ADPCM algorithm. The lossless compression makes it similar to the newer format, FLAC. An AUD decoder used to be part of Winamp's built in waveform plugin, but it was removed. However, there are custom plug-ins that can play AUD in their native form as well as programs to convert AUD into uncompressed WAV.


Players

(Category)

Converters

(Category)

AUD to ?

? to AUD


Games

Released

Title

Sample

1998-08-31 Dune 2000 (W32)


Links