Hi Marko, On 10/5/12 1:00 PM, Marko Mäkelä wrote: > I tried an audio tape deck and TAPir with some success about 10 years ago to > create pulse stream files (*.tap images). I'll try TAPir with these WAV files that I have already made. All of the tapes are for PET/CBM. I noticed both TAPir and mtap have options to select a computer type but no PET/CBM option on either. Does this matter? > Note that the *.prg format can lose some data. On the cassette, you have a > 192-byte tape header followed by the actual program payload. Usually the > 192-byte header contains a 16-byte file name and start/end addresses only. > Sequential tape files are divided to 192-byte blocks. There are two copies of > each block on the tape. The 'high-level' tape image format (as opposed to a > pulse stream, or *.tap file) is sometimes called *.cas or *.csm. My cbmconvert > utility can handle it. Thanks for this info. I'll save .tap instead of .prg so we don't lose data. > You could connect the C2N to the parallel port of a PC and use mtap to create > *.tap images, which you can convert with my "c2n" utility to high-level tape > images and then with cbmconvert to *.prg. I found the schematic here: http://sta.c64.org/x1531c.html I'll build the cable and try it. Thanks, Mike -- Mike Naberezny (email@example.com) http://6502.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-10-05 21:00:37
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