put simply no.
Wav format is big, clunky and can be copied easily.
Developers usually hide the sounds and music inside a STR or BIN file so that they cannot be ripped from the game easily.
It may be that because the Music in Wipeout3 was made by independant artists (Chemical Brothers/Sasha), that the developers were not allowed (By Law) to Hide/Compress the Files.
Plus I guess we'll just have to wait until they release an SPU with support for wav's, which may not happen...who knows?
hey if you really need the Wip3out music whilst playing the game then you could:
Copy the wav files from the CD onto your HD.
Convert them to MP3.
Create a playlist.
Set Playlist to Repeat.
Play the Playlist
It's all legal BTW.
whats going on here!?!?!?
music in wipeout comes in the form of CD-audio.
i didnt figure out what to do properly, but heres what i did:
i played the game as ISO-file, while the wiondows CD-player was playing my game-disc as audio-CD, thereas i had the music while playing (oh well, its not like that music is something special anyway...) ^_^
IIRC the in game music for wipeout is cdda. Hence switching in enable cdda should fix it. However this is not recommended in win2K/XP due a bug which will slow down cd access considerably. The workaround is to use the internal W2k plugin until it's fixed in the next version
i have winXP and i have CDDA ennabled with eternal's spu, and haven't run into any trouble yet. and wipeout music plays fine. but how do i stop the game from crashing when i want to save? it freezes, i push f4 and f5 and then then emulator crashes. is this a known bug, any work arounds? I remember it freezing when i had win98 too, it just didn't crash. not much of a difference though...
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