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Col. Cruachan

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#1 15 years ago

Hey,

Please try my new RFA Explorer, it allows you to open up RFA files and browse through them like in Windows Explorer. You can drag files and drop them in folders, you can double click audio files for preview.

Soon, I will release a new version that allows full blown searching and different extraction utilities.

Please give it a try and send me an email if you like it, or if you want to request a feature.

Download the RFA Explorer here...: (link #1)

http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942

Have fun, please write me if you want new features... you can find my email address in the tool... click the "About" menu link.

Cheers,

Col. Cruachan




VonMeyer

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#2 15 years ago

Very nice col. Itll take some getting use to but i like the interface and the way it handles rfa's. 1 question. When i open an rfa can i put the rfa onto the desktop rather then my C drive. I hate having to click on to my c drive in order to make a new or work on an exsisting rfa on my c drive.




Col. Cruachan

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#3 15 years ago

Hey, Thanks...

The program does not care where the RFA is... and it will save, or export the files contained in an RFA anywhere you specify.

It currently only supports single file extraction. Select the file you want to extract and click save or double click the file (double clicking a wav file will play it, click save to save it to your disk.)

I anticipate the next version of the program (released very soon) will have greatly enhanced extraction capabilities...along with searching archived files.

Does this answer your question?

Col. Cruachan http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942




[21Pzr]GeistMann

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#4 15 years ago

very nice now all u need it to do is be able to compress rfa's




Col. Cruachan

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#5 15 years ago

Compress RFAs.... hmm.... Very complicated... I've already got the "fake" compression down (I didn't include that functionality though, becuase a lot of tools to that now). I'd love it if Dice would give me a compression routine to use. It really is a daunting task.

I figured my tool could be used to browse, search (next version), and extract... but not build.

who knows, maybe sometime...

The Col.




vilramithrang

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#6 15 years ago

Mind if I take a peak at the source man?




Col. Cruachan

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#7 15 years ago

I'd be happy to share it with you... its written in Delphi (object pascal), thats why it extracts so fast... ;)

Send me an email and I'll send you some code....

Email is on the bottom of my BF1942 page, and is also in the "about" section of the RFA Explorer..

http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942

Cheers!!

-The Col.




Col. Cruachan

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#8 15 years ago

A new release of the explorer will be out by Wednesday.

Here are a couple of screenshots that are worth checking out.

http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942/ss1.jpg http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942/ss2.jpg

Hope you like it... Look for links to the file on Wednesday on my website:

http://www.cruachan.net/bf1942 (by the way, the current link is to the beta program)

Cheers,

The Col.




[21Pzr]GeistMann

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#9 15 years ago

ooo it looks nice




Mawza

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#10 15 years ago

If you could add an rfa adder- to make rfa files, but have it in a way that you just go file->new RFA then drag 'n' drop files into it.

That would be very cool.

Well done on a fantastic program ! Thanks




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