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SFD is a format commonly found on [[Sega Dreamcast]] console games, and is also available for a number of other video game consoles. The files package [[MPEG]] video with a custom ADPCM audio codec called [[CRI ADX ADPCM]] in a standard [[MPEG-PS]] container.
SFD is a format commonly found on [[Sega Dreamcast]] console games, and is also available for a number of other video game consoles. The files package [[MPEG]] video with a custom ADPCM audio codec called [[CRI ADX ADPCM]] in a standard [[MPEG-PS]] container.


Currently many MPEG decoders (ex. [[FFmpeg]]) fails to process recent SFD files properly, generating highly blocky/garbled output.
Currently many MPEG decoders (ex. [[FFmpeg]]) fail to process recent SFD files properly, generating highly blocky/garbled output.


== Games Using Sofdec ==
== Games Using Sofdec ==
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* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/soulcalibur-ii SoulCalibur 2 (Nintendo GameCube)]
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/soulcalibur-ii SoulCalibur 2 (Nintendo GameCube)]
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/star-fox-assault Starfox Assault (Nintendo GameCube)]
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/star-fox-assault Starfox Assault (Nintendo GameCube)]
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/star-wars-bounty-hunter Star Wars: Boundy Hunter (Nintendo GameCube)]
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/gamecube/star-wars-bounty-hunter Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (Nintendo GameCube)]


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

Latest revision as of 14:51, 26 April 2011

SFD is a format commonly found on Sega Dreamcast console games, and is also available for a number of other video game consoles. The files package MPEG video with a custom ADPCM audio codec called CRI ADX ADPCM in a standard MPEG-PS container.

Currently many MPEG decoders (ex. FFmpeg) fail to process recent SFD files properly, generating highly blocky/garbled output.

Games Using Sofdec