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PS2 Audio Ripping Inquiry

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Shadou, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. Shadou

    Shadou Member

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    I'm pretty sure this question has been asked countless times before, but would someone be so kind as to restate it? I wish to rip a few tracks from my copy of Sly 2: Band of Thieves... although when I place it into my computer I get only these four files:

    IOPRP300.IMG
    SCUS_973.16
    Z6TAIL.DUP
    and a shortcut to "System".

    I'm not sure where to begin. oO Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

     
  2. Shadou

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    Anyone? 0O
     
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    I've heard MFaudio works, but never tried myself.
     
  4. Shadou

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    MFaudio doesn't seem to be able rip any of the files, either that or i'm not doing it correctly... >>
     
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    sorry, thats all I got. I had heard about it from a friend who used it once. Try doing a google search.
     
  6. shiroh

    shiroh Guest

    mfaudio will convert if the file is in ss2.
    i've tried with way of the samurai 2.
    the only problem is they stored it as an archive. so you need to extract it first.
    i use a hexeditor for this. look for the header for ss2.

    while other games might use adx, example is armored core. for AC they save them individually. so no need to extract, but others mighht archive it.
    for adx i use bgm2wav gui

    happy hunting
     

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