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As announced in our 11th community update, we decided to open source wav_to_snr (repository link). This is a very simple application that allows you to convert audio files to a format that is compatible with BattleForge called SNR. SNR is compressed a lot, and it is lossy compression (over 70% of data is lost). Sample count is the same as WAV, but for most samples only 4 bits instead of 16 bits is used for the value, that means 16 possibilities instead of 65536 possibilities. It is not that bad as it might look at first look. There is some function (difference from previous 2 samples) app
If you ever wanted the sounds of battleforge units, background sounds, spell sounds, and more. To extract and convert the sound files into a playable format: do this .SNS files: Step 1: download DragonUnpacker this is the software with which you will be able to unpack the pak files. Step 2: Download the latest version of EAPlayer that is the software which allows you to convert the extracted .sns files into playable format. Step 3: when you have every thing ready go to your battleforge and into "Base" than "Pak" with DragonUnpacker and find all the "Sound" files and just do "Extract all" , in