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vorbis synthesis idheader.dll

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vorbis synthesis idheader.dll

Vorbisfile.dll and Vorbis synthesis IDHeader.dll are both related to the use of Ogg Vorbis audio files in a software application. Ogg Vorbis is an open-source, royalty-free audio codec that provides high-quality audio compression. In the case of GTA San Andreas, both of these files are used for playing back the game's audio. Vorbisfile.dll is used to decode the Ogg Vorbis audio files used in the game, while Vorbis synthesis IDHeader.dll is used to generate an identification header for the Vorbis files.
It's worth noting that while these files are required for proper playback of the game's audio, they are not exclusive to GTA San Andreas. Other software applications that use Ogg Vorbis audio files may also require these DLL files.
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