MiniUSF audio files are commonly ripped from ROMs of console video games. In the miniUSF form, the files offer limited compatibility, and will not play in most media players or be burnable to a CD. Converting them into the more common and functional MP3 file-type is just a matter of accessing them via the Winamp application.
Things You'll Need
- Nullsoft Disk Writer plug-in
Download the Winamp media player from the official website (see Resources). Run the executable set-up file and choose a target directory for Winamp to install in. Run Winamp when the installation is complete.
Add the miniUSF files by clicking the "Add" button on the bottom-left corner. You can choose to add an entire directory or just single files.
Right-click anywhere on the Winamp application and select "Options" followed by "Preferences." Under the "Plug-Ins" tab, choose "Output."
Select "Configure" and click the "Convert to Format" option. Choose a target directory for the converted miniUSF file at this time.
Select "MPeg Layer-3" from the drop-down menu of available file types and start the song by double-clicking it. As it plays, a new file with the .mp3 extension will be created.
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