Help ripping Wii game audio

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Oct 2, 2012

Help ripping Wii game audio by Overseer at 8:00 AM (1,276 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Overseer
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    Newcomer Overseer Advanced Member

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    I'm trying to rip a track from Just Dance 4.

    I've used WiiScrubber and extracted JD4.wii.wav.bf from the ISO. Its a 445 Meg file.

    I've opened this with Goldwave, but when opening Goldwave asks me to chose options on the following:

    File type: Raw (snd, raw) / Dialogic (vox)
    Attributes: PCM signed/unsigned 8/12/16/24/32 bit etc
    Rate (Hz):

    I've selected a few and listened to the audio, it sounds pretty messed up but I'm sure the audio is in the file - I think I just need to select the correct attributes and rate.

    Does anyone know what I need to select? or have any other ideas?

    Cheers
     
  2. Gnac

    Newcomer Gnac Advanced Member

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    HCS64's vgmstream should play the files - just rename the extension to .sns and use the command line decoder (or something like Winamp's disk writer) to convert them to wave files.
     
  3. Overseer
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    I've tried opening the file in Winamp and nothing happens. I've also tried using the command line and I get "failed opening jd4.sns".

    Any other ideas?
     
  4. Gnac

    Newcomer Gnac Advanced Member

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    Agh, didn't notice the .bf (bigfile archive) extension there.

    You could try extracting it with bigfat or bfbs from HCS's tools page (http://hcs64.com/vgm_ripping.html), otherwise I haven't a clue, sorry.
     
  5. Overseer
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    Couldn't get those tools to do anything. They close as soon as I open them, and I can't find a guide.

    Thanks for the help anyway.
     

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