Extracting images from an ISO

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Oct 23, 2009
  1. bnui_ransder
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    Very n00b question, but is it possible to go through an ISO file for the Wii and convert them into a JPG/PNG/etc? It would help a bunch as im trying to make a guide for some games, like One Piece Unlimited Cruise 2 for example. If I could find the image location for the maps I could make a detailed listing of where to find certain things.
     
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    Maybe. The problem is that most of the files on a Wii ISO, as you might know, are encrypted, and usually (and depending on what kind of file they are) they have more files inside them (and usually, they're encrypted, ._.). That's what I call a mess.
     
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    Damn... I figured it would be something like that... I was digging around a bit in some ISO files and even if I could somehow find what im looking for... it wouldn't all be in one spot would it?

    Ah, oh well. I guess I will just have to do it the old fashioned way. Ill just leave the map on screen, sketch it, scan it into comp, whatever.

    Thanks for the help!
     
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    No, they won't. Maybe on a subdirectory, but not on the same file. For example: the SMG levels (which you can see with tools like BMDView2 after decrypting them). As you might now, there are file-formats that still doesn't have "workaround" tools, :/...
     

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