How to rip files off iso like audio ?

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  1. Niktout
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    Hello,
    I wanted to know if there was a way to rip some files off any ISO like music.
    I would like to rip sonic knight of the wind by example.
    Thanks
     
  2. KiiWii

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  3. Niktout
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    Thank you very much KiiWii, i've tried looking for the "good quality" version on google but had no luck.
    Is there still a way to do what i said though please [​IMG] ?
     
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    If your only intention is to get audio files off of ISOs, you can find all of them on Google or some other search engine...however if you're looking for other files--I suppose we'll need a member here to provide you with a tutorial. Unfortunately, I wouldn't know how. [​IMG]
     
  5. KiiWii

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    You could try use the tools for texture hacking mario kart and super mario galaxy maybe.

    Rip the sound files .BIN or .AST, and convert to (raw) wav then convert to mp3 or something?

    EDIT>

    found this thread:

    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=138896

    QUOTE(Alimdoener @ Mar 3 2009, 05:23 PM) *
    Sorry this is kinda off-topic but your file-extension-analysis matches what I'm currently doing (extracting music and sounds off the game).
    So what to do with *.aw-Files (as found in the AudiRes/Stream-Folder).

    Chandler
    Just use vgmstream (read the readme) to convert AST files to wav
     
  6. GrandMasterJimmy

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    FFFFF. Research more, you people are leading them the wrong direction.

    It's in ADX format. Just get in_vgm_stream.dll for winamp, and you can listen to them with it.
     
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    Is all you people do, is pull things out of your ass?

    Every game uses differnt formats. Just because there's a guide for 1 game, doesn't mean others work too.

    The ONLY way to get the music from Sonic and the Black Knight is to get the in_vgmstream.dll plugin(newest version) and then use the filewriter plugin to write an mp3. That is for winamp bye way.


    And before someone get's pissed of for my comment, I'm not saying you're not trying to help, but you just aren't researching enough.