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Old 01-02-2009, 22:18   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by niggadik View Post
if anyone knows a patching software that can remove the first 20 bits of the vsm files, and accepts commandline, it could be used as a mass vsm/png converter. making something like this wouldnt be hard for a programmer i dont think, but im positive there are already multiple things out there that can do this, i just cant find one (old websites have died and i have too many disk's to find backup without spending a week looking)
First post, giving back some idea:

download "dd" for dos (or use dd on a linux/unix machine if you have one)

use the command:

dd if=<your file name> of=<your output file name>.png bs=1 skip=32

if = input file
of = output file
bs = block size (1 byte in this case)
skip = This will skip your first 32 bytes (offset 0x20 is 32 bytes)

Put it in a for-loop or batch file and have it go.

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