BotW extracted audio files?

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    Hi guys... so I'm on a mission to create a fan trailer for BotW, but getting clean dialogue audio with absolutely no music or sound fx has been next to impossible. Would anyone happen to know if there's a site anywhere where people dump in game audio files perhaps in .wav or .mp3 format? I know it's a long shot but I dont know of anywhere else to ask. thanks!
     
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    You can convert them yourself, I use Winamp with the right input plugin for the file type I'm trying to play, and the output plugin set to out_wave for wav or out_lame for mp3.
     
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    i could definitely do that. the only problem is i dont know how to get the audio files to begin with
     
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    Extract the files with UWizard (GUI) or CDecrypt (command line)
    I know @VinsCool extracted the audio files, maybe he can help you.
     
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    JNUSTool can easily extract ONLY the game sound files for you.
    Use something like this and insert the title key of Zelda

    Code:
    java -jar JNUSTool.jar 00050000101C9500 [key of botw] -file /.*.bfstm
    Or only use the sounds from the demo, then you don't need the titlekey (but idk how many files are in the update)

    Code:
    java -jar JNUSTool.jar 0005000E101C9500 -file /.*.bfstm
     
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