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Play ADX files (found in Dreamcast games)

Play ADX files (found in Dreamcast games)

This plugin will allow you to play ADX files from SEGA Dreamcast games.

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April 21, 2005 by Marcel Sondaar59616 downloads

ADX-Plugin - Play ADX files (found in Dreamcast games)

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ADX file support

No problems installing this. I can only assume it works since i couldn't find any files to test this with.


It's great! - This plugin is awesome, it works great!I tried first the other plugin here and couldn\'t read the file :SAnd this one can play it!Thanks! - September 8, 2007 by Nicolas San Martin

good, but not superb :) - plays sonic heroes (pc-cd-rom) adx files fine and dandy, but the quality is locked at 280kbps and 32kh. the game it self has greater clarity so i assume the game it self plays them at the same bitrate but a higher 44.1kh. its only a minor gripe, but good work on this :) - April 15, 2007 by franpa crazy

Minorly Flawed - Does what it says and plays ADX files, used in a great number of newer console games (Saturn and up). However, the plugin DOES NOT recognize loop points in either user-created files (of which I have made several) or ADX files ripped from the games (the other half of my collection). As this is a major selling point for CRI and the format itself, this is a fairly major issue. There is also no way to configure the plugin to respond to loop points. This plugin is still inferior to CinePack (a stand-alone ADX player) until the above-mentioned issue is resolved. - September 4, 2005 by M S

ADX plugin works! - also with ADX files used in PlayStation 2 (PS2) games! very good! - June 4, 2005 by David Gasperoni

Flawlessly - Tested it out with an ISO I had for Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike - Reads 'em perfectly. :) If you're looking to listen to Dreamcast game music and don't want to have to use adx2mp3 to convert them all to so-so quality MP3 files, use this, it's perfect :D Thank you so much, Sondaar! :) - May 7, 2005 by Dan Passaro