Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers

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- Patch -

Patch (v5 - Fixed Bonus Game & Intro) (by Conn):
Code:
http://bszelda.zeldalegends.net/stuff/Con/ssf2_tnc_patch.zip


- PCM Packs -

Arcade CPS2 Q Sound PCM's (by Relikk):
Code:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ahue7izQZmougfpKh4oXuDNUhwwnbg

Arcade CD Release PCM's (by Relikk):
Code:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ahue7izQZmougfpM_a-fK5TLUl7KHQ

3DO Arranged PCM's (by Relikk):
Code:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ahue7izQZmougfpLlIZVXU2p_HbU3w

HD Remix PCM's (by PittStone):
Code:
https://mega.nz/file/4uxDGBCQ#1z69M91Djj_TxVNNl0g2187jRnTrDTzgiqHBWfwM4pA


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Post Wed 3 Nov 2021 - 20:10 by chikawong

@Conn @Relikk mystery solved, you both are correct. I had the normal version of ssf2 which was why I wasn't able to patch with Rev1/Relikks patch. I was able to find the rev1 version of ssf2 and it patched successfully. @Relikk thanks for sending that link, it helped alot. As always, thanks to both!

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Post Wed 3 Nov 2021 - 21:29 by chikawong

@Relikk, something I'm noticing with the MSDOS CD pack you created. Not sure but there appears to be some loss in details with the recording. Not sure if it has anything to do with the conversion process to .pcm but I'm noticing the tracks appear to be at a lower quality sound. I can send you recording and can compare.
https://mega.nz/file/c5l1wawa#X0HjJCfMJRyBKS1EzGoY7TGszK3NvGziYsUp4flORj0

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Post Thu 4 Nov 2021 - 5:56 by Relikk

They seem identical apart from the bit depth of the files you provided, which only affects the noise floor and is barely audible at 16-bit and up. The original files from the CD would have been 16-bit anyway, so I'm not entirely sure where you got those. Unless they're source files from the composers/devs, then someone has pointlessly converted them to a higher bit depth for absolutely no quality gain.

Besides all that, PCM is a lossless format. MSU1, the same as CD audio, requires 16-bit/44.1kHz files. Even if they were from the source they'd need to be converted down to 16-bit anyway, which is what you'd find on the retail CD.

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Post Sun 7 Nov 2021 - 4:52 by chikawong

the recordings are straight from the retail cd. The cool thing about the cd is you don't need to install the game to listen to the tracks, you can listen to the tracks as an audio cd. So, I ripped them awhile ago. I'm no sound expert but I do notice more details in the cd than pcm. I don't recall what I ripped the cd at but if they need to be down converted then it would be pointless as you said.

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Post Sun 7 Nov 2021 - 12:29 by Relikk

It's a weird one, but from my tests all of your files have lost details beyond the 16kHz range, whereas the files I used retain theirs. The loss of frequencies beyond a certain range suggests that they were converted to a lossy format before.

Your Ken.wav file in two separate analysers:
https://i.imgur.com/sh6X9Rr.png
https://i.imgur.com/9edZvcV.png

My Ken audio file:
https://i.imgur.com/KClB7Lf.png
https://i.imgur.com/eGn5kKy.png

I think you might need to re-rip your CD again using something like EAC or dBpoweramp.

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Post Sun 7 Nov 2021 - 15:02 by Conn

@chikawong, out of my experience, trust in relikk's auditive skills. His avatar matches his abilities, he has bat like ears Wink

I hope this discussion will end at one time and the set is acknowledged in first post Very Happy

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Post Sun 1 May 2022 - 23:50 by Cris

First of all, congrats! excellent work you guys do by keeping these games alive with those amazing patches, so we can play them with incredible sound! That being said, I found an impressive patch that makes Super Street Fighter II just like the speed of the Turbo version (never released for Snes). It's a ips file named "PSNSSF2R" and its just awesome version! It increases the speed of the game, difficulty too! Rsrs...Unfortunately the rest stays the same(no extra moves and no combo bar). So, I know nothing about codes, programing and stuff....Could you guys please show me the way, or provide the msu file so I could use the pcms files that are available with these patches of yours? Thanks in advance and sorry for the super noobie question!

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Post Wed 4 May 2022 - 1:12 by Polargames

@Cris, Hello my name is polar. To answer your question, all you will have to do is patch the game first with the msu-1 first, and the patch the speed hack patch second. Then naming the finished product the proper msu1 title. That's it. Just so you know if for some reason it doesn't work no help will be given for it. Our mods have enough on their plate. Nothing personal at all, just letting you know. I hope this helps you out. I hope you have a great day. 😊

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Post Wed 4 May 2022 - 9:31 by Cris

Polargames wrote:@Cris, Hello my name is polar. To answer your question, all you will have to do is patch the game first with the msu-1 first, and the patch the speed hack patch second. Then naming the finished product the proper msu1 title. That's it. Just so you know if for some reason it doesn't work no help will be given for it. Our mods have enough on their plate. Nothing personal at all, just letting you know. I hope this helps you out. I hope you have a great day. 😊

Thank you @polar,

I'll definitely give it a try! I'm very happy some one answered.
The msu-1 file is the key, I'll test all the msu1 files i have, hope it works

Have a great life!

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Post Wed 4 May 2022 - 22:30 by Polargames

@Cris, your welcome and thank you for your kind words. ☺

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Post Thu 5 May 2022 - 15:52 by Conn

I'm very happy some one answered.
Yes unfortunately many retire after the years passes, and your question was rather inconcrete. You said you applied a patch without specifying the source, msu upon it... And yes... I can't figure out what didn't work or where your problem is reading your text.
There's a readme to every msu file how to set it up, try to get it working without additional patches. If that works you have an idea what you must do to have msu support.

Problem occurs if an additional patch uses the same free rom space as our msu patch. There were 1000 requests in the past to please make this and that patch compatible with msu. After a while this unfortunately get frustrating, exhausting and annoying so we unfortunately mainly stopped giving such maintainance and encourage rather authors of additional patches to implement msu support with their patches. I always give my source code which other authors can adapt and use.

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Post Sat 7 May 2022 - 9:34 by Cris

Polargames wrote:@Cris, your welcome and thank you for your kind words. ☺

@polar, it was exactly the way you said. I was patching in the wrong sequence 🙄. In case it helps someone: I patched the original version of ssf2(not v1), with the .ips files(provided in the thread, ntsc folder), then patched the reloaded.ips. after that was just to include this file with the ones provided in the thread(ntsc folder). And lastly put all the pcm files (chose the ones u like, also in the thread) in the same folder, with the same names. Man, it's simple, but reading now, seems a little tricky hahaha. Thank you again for your time and kindness 😊

Conn wrote:
I'm very happy some one answered.
Yes unfortunately many retire after the years passes, and your question was rather inconcrete. You said you applied a patch without specifying the source, msu upon it... And yes... I can't figure out what didn't work or where your problem is reading your text.
There's a readme to every msu file how to set it up, try to get it working without additional patches. If that works you have an idea what you must do to have msu support.

Problem occurs if an additional patch uses the same free rom space as our msu patch. There were 1000 requests in the past to please make this and that patch compatible with msu. After a while this unfortunately get frustrating, exhausting and annoying so we unfortunately mainly stopped giving such maintainance and encourage rather authors of additional patches to implement msu support with their patches. I always give my source code which other authors can adapt and use.

Hi @Conn! Thank you for your answer!
I understand that you don't understand me, because it's a very noobie question hahaha...sorry. Found my mistake it was much easier than you thought: I was arranging/patching the files in the wrong order, and using different versions of the rom(the ssf2-v1 doesn't work, the snes control pad stays dead)
Thank you for you time and consideration!
Ps.: I made it editing the volume level between the rounds! 😃

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Polargames

Post Wed 11 May 2022 - 16:28 by Polargames

@Cris, happy that my information helped. Also that you got it working. 😊 Happy Gaming

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