PS3 AT9 & AT3 Audio Converter v 2.2: A useful utility for: PSP / VITA / PS3 by BenMitnicK

Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by STLcardsWS, Apr 27, 2017.

By STLcardsWS on Apr 27, 2017 at 11:35 PM
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    Recently developer @BenMitnicK left a message informing us about the latest update to AT9 & AT3 Converter (v2.2) A useful utility for converting audio files, Such as popular formats of wav & mp3 files to codecs such AT9 & AT3 fthat is used by the PSP / PS Vita & PS3 system, so this little tool makes process much easier as there is not many tools out there that will convert easily to those formats.

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    • AT9&AT3 Converter V2.2

      Little program for convert your files Wav/MP3 To At9/At3 and At9/At3 To Wav/Mp3 nothing special you must have .NET framework 4.5 installed and the files to be converted must be in the same directory as the application.

      The At9&At3 format are used by Sony on PS Vita, PSP and PS3 especially for the sounds of themes.
      At9&At3_Converter allows you to convert these sound files to other formats

    • ChangeLog V1.0
      • Wav To At9
      • At9 To Wav
      ChangeLog V1.1
      • Add MP3 To at9
      • Add at9 To MP3
      • Add Drag&Drop
      • Add Notifications
      • UI Reformated
      ChangeLog V2
      • Add Support for at3
      • Add ToolTips
      • Add Some verifications
      • Code Cleaned
      • UI Improved
      ChangeLog V2.1
      • Add Support 48000[kHz] For At3tool
      • Add Management Space in File
      • Remove Browser Button
      • Add Management of errors messages
      ChangeLog V2.2
      • Add BitRate support for AT9 and AT3
      • Add Uppercase extention
      • Add Compatibility PSP/PS3 for AT3
      • Add Some verifications
      • Add More compatibility for Sampling Rate 48000[kHz] and 44100[kHz]
      • Add Status bar
      • Add Info for AT9 and AT3 convertion
      • Improved UI

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Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by STLcardsWS, Apr 27, 2017.

    1. pinky
      I might have to try this out. I had been using XviD4PSP, which works for the ps3 as well, but it messes up the conversion, so sometimes u'd get weird audio noise at the end of a sound file.
      Redemp and BenMitnicK like this.

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