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Convert dreamcast wav to windows wav?

Hello i am trying to convert some wav files that i have on a dreamcast iso
how do you convert this wav format to standard wav format that windows uses? what tools to use, i have tried a few with no luck allso these wav files seams very smal,

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Please, compress a really small (10-100 kbyte) such WAV file with ZIP or RAR and upload it here as an attachment so that I look into it.
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Please, compress a really small (10-100 kbyte) such WAV file with ZIP or RAR and upload it here as an attachment so that I look into it.
Thank you for afforing your help , but i did it the easy way, i never thought id be so stupid,trying to do it the hard way, i used audacity, it made the process a whole lot easier, capturing the audio with my pc.

there is however one thing i am confused about and its the game Blue Stinger , i have tried and tried to get the swimmer mode where you get the swimsuit and you should be able to swim, is this a real mode or is there only the swimmer mode where you wear a short SwimPants with the american flag on them and you can not swim except in the water, i have read on a few cheat sites, that this should be possible but i have only manage to unlock Elliot with the SwimPants and he can not swim except when he is in the water? hope you know what i am talking about.
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Dreamcast used a custom ADPCM format for wav I don't believe there is a windows ACM codec for it.
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Ahhh, if it's really a WAV file, "only" the internal format/compression is different, then you can most probably convert it to a "normal" WAV file with BeSweet. (I've been using it for the conversion of audio tracks when converting movie DVD's into XviD AVI's with the GordianKnot package.)
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