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[Tut] Ripping PS3 Game audio
[Tut] Ripping PS3 Game audio –
Ripping PS3 Game audio:
This is nothing new replace the audio files with dummy files for example make a new notepad and rename the file and extension to that of the file that you are replacing.
1) Locate the audio files. I'm ripping my game Just Cause 2 so for me its located in the folders "PS3_GAME/USRDIR/sound/fmod/"
2) Create a lot of text files and rename them to the files that you are replacing for example:
do this for all the audio files that you want to replace.
rename New Text Document.txt to Cutscenes_Common.fsb
I tried this and lol the intro was funny there was shooting but no sounds and etc.
The problem is, what if there are 100+ files of audio? Do i need to manually rename the .txt ones one by one? That kills me =[
Originally Posted by Aznkidd235
lmao true and yea you would have to rename it for all the files that you want to replace.
Originally Posted by renanbianchi
This isn't ripping at all, just replacing as you indicated. FSB seems to be a pretty common type for sounds in games, this guide posted for other consoles/programs should suffice.
Originally Posted by dragon875
Music Player EX: hxxp://jerome.jouvie.free.fr/Fmod/Projects/Project1.php?evolution=true
(1 day rule can't post links yet..)
Only going on a hunch here but I'm pretty positive that the above should work unless the ripped fsb files are still encrypted.