.mpeg or .avi to .cpk

How do I convert a .mpeg or .avi file to a .cpk file? I got the converter to convert .cpk files to work in Windows Media player, but I can't change files back to .cpk. Any help would be appreciated.
 

vbt

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Try this
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Jaded God

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I just tried using this and I did it to different .cpk files on 3 different games and they all came out choppy weird playing and not smooth.
 
Originally posted by vbt@Jun 15, 2003 @ 10:54 PM

What will you do with that ? a movie player for Saturn ?

I tried it some time ago.. but i couldn't found any docs on cpk format.. so that I could implement my own decoding... as finding the 'original' cpk software decoder seems to be even harder...
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vbt

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He he, I replugged my HDD containing my old linux, and guess what did I found ? All my school Motif profects and Cineplay sources. It was a soft made to play Saturn cinepack movies
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. I transfer the sources and see if it's easy to port on saturn
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I remember it played easily Tomb Raider movies.
 
Originally posted by vbt@Jun 22, 2003 @ 02:54 PM

He he, I replugged my HDD containing my old linux, and guess what did I found ? All my school Motif profects and Cineplay sources. It was a soft made to play Saturn cinepack movies
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. I transfer the sources and see if it's easy to port on saturn
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I remember it played easily Tomb Raider movies.

nice
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CPK enconding is pretty slow even on a high-end machine on these days.. but it would be fun to play some movies with it.

One of the main problems is that AFAIK audio stream uses to much of a cpk file.. audio stream _has_ to be in raw format
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Even with 22Khz it still takes up much space.. anyways, it would be a nice project
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vbt

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here is cineplay, it seems it had disapeared on Internet, I found no way to download it again (fortunatly, I had my old HDD
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