1. Melon__Bread

    Melon__Bread ~It's A Magik~
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    Okay so maybe I am missing something, but how exactly do I go about extracting/using a .xi file? (I assume it is a image of some sort.
    (Sorry I am very new to this)
     
  2. Dan_Tsukasa

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    You can't, currently there aren't any tools that view .xi files.
    Based on the size of some .xi files I'm guessing they're not images but achives of textures, some are 32mb, I don't think youkai watch is using textures that're 32mb in size.
     
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    Melon__Bread ~It's A Magik~
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    Ah okay thank you, that makes a lot of sense.
    I just wanted to make sure I was not missing something.
     
  4. pikatsu

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    Can you add level 5 CPK comression?
     
  5. Nagato

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    Sorry, but CPK isn't a Level 5 format (it's CRIWARE) and is kinda complex in comparison, so no.
     
  6. Trolling

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    Do you have any idea what could be inside an .FA file?
    Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stones have those.
     
  7. Rayzark

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    I'm curious too, I extracted Inazuma eleven galaxy and there was a .fa file.
     
  8. HCrash

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    I tried opening a .fa file inside the EUR version of Inazuma Eleven Go CS but it says "could not open .fa file"

    Any ideas?
     
  9. Nagato

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    Are you actually giving it the real filename? It should never say "could not open .fa file", it should say something like "Could not open file.fa" or whatever.

    If you're getting that error then it means you it can't find the file which is a problem with how you're running the program. Use a direct path with quotation marks around it such as "C:\path\to\my\file.fa" or put the .fa file in the same folder as the EXE and run it that way.
     
  10. HCrash

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    Nope, whatever I try it throws the same error at me:

    desktop\output\3ds-xfsatool.exe -i file.fa -o output-file
    Could not open file.fa

    To make it easier I've renamed the file to "file" and the output foler to "output"
    I guess I've written something wrong or the fact that I have to run the .exe from the command window is causing problems
     
  11. Flurry

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    Since this was bumped, I wanted to say there seems to be a small bug.
    In "xfsa.cpp", change this to this.
    Code:
    entry.offset = (decomp[i+1] & 0xffffff) << 4;
    to
    entry.offset = (decomp[i+1] & 0x1ffffff) << 4;
    I noticed this when trying to extract the vs1.fa for PLvsAA. Right now it is getting the wrong offsets on some files.
     
  12. Hucet_James

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    Any news about a software update giving the possibility to open .xi . xc .xwhatever files to get pictures and 3D models from Level 5 and Yo-kai Watch games ?
     
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    Hope for Time Traveler translation :> One of the best Games on 3DS.

    Sent from my GT-I9505G using Tapatalk
     
  15. GoldenBullet

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    Hopefully I'm not the first to do this but...
    15p71s.jpg
     
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    Any new update to open and extract pictures from Yo-kai Watch games ?
     
  18. Flurry

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    Does anyone have any sample files from Yokai Watch? Like the .xc files?
     
  19. Hebby

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    I have one
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By53VSe99mmgWDd1MTE5Z0JHQWc/view?usp=sharing

    It's not the whole extracted romfs file, but I think most of the things are there (like models etc.) What I've uploaded is from romfs > yw_a.fa (which I named "raw")
    should contain the .xc files too (in the characters folder I saw them)
    This one is from yo-kai watch 3 Sukiyaki.

    If anyone need anything else (like the whole romfs.bin) just let me know
     
  20. onepiecefreak

    onepiecefreak Kuriimu 2 Developer
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    @Flurry Do you know which tool was used? Or was it a private rip from someone? Could use a tool to extract at least .xi files.
     
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