Extracting Files from a WBFS?

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Aug 9, 2010

Extracting Files from a WBFS? by kukupo at 9:46 AM (4,194 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. kukupo
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    Newcomer kukupo Member

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    So I have a wbfs file for Smash Bros Brawl and I wanted to extract some files from it but here's the problem. I don't think there's actually a way to extract specific files/folder from a wbfs files. Also when I convert it to an ISO file I have nothing that can read it correctly whether it's wiiscrubber or wii game manager or just winrar. I'm guessing that when I convert it it changes it to some trimmed ISO size and can not be read? (Im using wii game manager to convert it btw)

    So my question is is there a way to extract files from a wbfs or a way to convert it to an iso that you can actually extract off of?
     
  2. PsyBlade

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    try wiimms wit to extract files from wbfs
    and either your wbfs file or your wii game manager is broken since for me wbfs to iso worked fine
     
  3. Wiimm

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    "wit extract /dev/your_wbfs/ID6 --dest destdir --files filterrules"

    If you want to extract a specific file: --files +/files/path/filename"

    If you want all files of a diretory: --files +/files/path/"

    If you want all *.abc files: --files +.abc"

    If you want to extract more files use the --f9iles option multiple times

    All info about file filters: http://wit.wiimm.de/info/file-filter.html
     
  4. Aspirin18

    Newcomer Aspirin18 Newbie

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    So. I have wbfs file (Wii image) on "C:\myimage.wbfs". I very need unpack all files from this image to "C:\Wii" directory. Can I? What I need to do? Explain as easy as possible. Thanks.
     

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