Greetings. In a thread I saw that a *.srm save file can be converted to *.sav using an hex editor (or using an utility created by a forum user). This is the thread I’m talking about: .SRM to .SAV Incompatibilities
However, it’s the first time I use an hex editor. So, is any editor enough? I will use GNOME Ghex which can be installed from my distribution repository. Will that editor work?
Also, if I understood correctly, I have to compare both files and remove the data from the *.srm that is not present in the *.sav file so the *.srm file turns into a 128 kB file, right? Are two files with the same data needed? For example, two save files of Super Mario Advance of a new game. Because I suppose that I must remove the data that is used only in the *.srm file, so if I use two files with different data stored I won’t be able to know what’s the difference between the *.srm and the *.sav.
I hope I explained myself well and thanks in advance.