.ROCKWELL - Raw Rockwell 2/3/4-bit ADPCM data
- There's no standard file extension for this type of data and there's no way to auto-detect the format, so you'll have to use a .ROCKWELL file extension to make the program recognize what it is!
- The program will then ask you for the number of bits per sample (2, 3, or 4) when it is opened. Alternatively, you can use the extensions '.ROCKWELL-2', '.ROCKWELL-3' and '.ROCKWELL-4' to indicate the bits per sample of the content.
- 2 / 3 / 4-bit ADPCM, 7200 Hz, mono.