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* Extensions: PSF, USF, GSF, 2SF, DSF, QSF, SSF
* Extensions: PSF, PSF2, USF, GSF, 2SF, DSF, QSF, SSF


Portable Sound Format is a game audio music format.
Portable Sound Format (PSF) is a game audio music format. The different extensions correspond to music programs extracted from different types of game systems:
 
* PSF: Sony PlayStation
* PSF: Sony PlayStation 2
* USF: Nintendo 64
* GSF: Nintendo Game Boy Advance
* 2SF: Nintendo DS
* DSF: Sega Dreamcast
* QSF: Q-sound
* SSF: Sega Saturn
 
A set of PSF files usually represents all of the music from a particular games. A set of music features 1 of 2 topologies:
 
Individual files: Each file stands on its own.
* song1.psf
* song2.psf
* ...
* songN.psf
 
Shared library: There is 1 or more shared libraries and a sequence of smaller files which reference the shared libraries.
* gamemusic.psflib
* song1.psf
* ...
* songN.psf


[[Category:Game Audio Formats]]
[[Category:Game Audio Formats]]

Latest revision as of 21:18, 6 October 2021

  • Extensions: PSF, PSF2, USF, GSF, 2SF, DSF, QSF, SSF

Portable Sound Format (PSF) is a game audio music format. The different extensions correspond to music programs extracted from different types of game systems:

  • PSF: Sony PlayStation
  • PSF: Sony PlayStation 2
  • USF: Nintendo 64
  • GSF: Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • 2SF: Nintendo DS
  • DSF: Sega Dreamcast
  • QSF: Q-sound
  • SSF: Sega Saturn

A set of PSF files usually represents all of the music from a particular games. A set of music features 1 of 2 topologies:

Individual files: Each file stands on its own.

  • song1.psf
  • song2.psf
  • ...
  • songN.psf

Shared library: There is 1 or more shared libraries and a sequence of smaller files which reference the shared libraries.

  • gamemusic.psflib
  • song1.psf
  • ...
  • songN.psf