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Kingdom hearts 2 final mix+

Postby Loongy22 » Wed May 16, 2007 8:15 am

I know that ripping the AUDIO from kingdom hearts 2 is impossible at the moment, but does anyone know if ripping the audio(for the final secret FMV) from kingdom hearts 2 final mix+ is possible, and if so how?
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Postby sayde » Wed May 16, 2007 1:07 pm

Ripping the audio from KH2 and KH2:FM is not impossible. It's very easy actually. All you have to do is run the .pss files into a little application called PSS plex
http://www.zophar.net/utilities/downloa ... x_1.05.zip
Dragging a .pss file into that program will spit out both an m2v file and a .dat file. The .dat file is the audio.

The hard part is making the .dat file usable. '
To sum it up, you have to use a hex editor to put an atrac3 header into the .dat file.

This is an example of what an atrac3 header looks like.
52494646A042260057415645666D7420200000007002020044AC000099400000 800100000E00010000100000000000000100000064617461CC95A702

If you use this header, then the next step would be to import the audio file/(newly modified .dat) file into an editing program in order to re-sync the audio back to the video file.
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Postby MaggIvy » Wed May 16, 2007 5:05 pm

I didn't know it could work with PSS Plex, definately gotta try it...
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Postby sayde » Thu May 17, 2007 3:06 am

I meant "pss demux". Not "plex". Sorry for the typo.
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Postby MaggIvy » Thu May 17, 2007 4:28 am

It's ok I have them both :D

I just need to learn how to hex edit so i can get that audio...so how do I put this atrac3 header into the .dat file?
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Postby Loongy22 » Thu May 17, 2007 9:39 am

A nice step by step guide just for the audio would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby kokkeichan » Thu May 31, 2007 6:33 am

Hi. I just managed to stumble across this guide, and the only problem I've found so far, is that I can't get but 30 files with the Extractor. It tells me that the version I have is only shareware. *shrugs*

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Postby chidori_Sasuke » Sun Jun 03, 2007 6:07 am

hi there. I've tried using method one, ripping, splitting it and using nova to Rip my Tekken 5 movies, but i cant find any mpg files on the isos. I've also tried using nova on the actual 4 gb initial file but still no use. Anyone knows how i can rip these movies?

also, Grandia III movies seem to be on a folder "movies" on *.mov file format, but i cant watch them. Any ideas on this.

please help

thanks.
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Postby sayde » Sun Jun 03, 2007 7:37 pm

Tekken 5's fmv's are hidden pretty well. In other words, absolutely none of the tutorials or guides on this site will be of any use to you. And sorry, but I don't know how to rip them either.

Grandia 3's fmv's can be loaded into DGIndex and VirtualdubMod. Despite the misleading extension, it's movie files are still in mpeg2/.m2v format.
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Postby KiTo~chan » Mon Jun 11, 2007 8:11 pm

sorry if this topic's com up before but:

I manged to grab and split FFX's ISO but the extractor couldn't find any MPG files on any of the pieces T-T how the heck do I extract FFX's movies?

(ps this is my first atempt at using game footage)
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Postby sayde » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:27 pm

http://www.zophar.net/utilities/downloa ... v_2.11.zip

FFX is pretty hard to rip. Use this program instead. It's a simple application to use that does all the work for you. Heopfully your version of FFX will be compatible with this program.
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Postby KiTo~chan » Tue Jun 12, 2007 12:05 am

Thanks so much ^-^ This worked perfectly. now I just need to figure out how to crop out that stupid black frame
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Postby ffxdean » Thu Jun 21, 2007 4:37 am

KiTo~chan wrote:sorry if this topic's com up before but:

I manged to grab and split FFX's ISO but the extractor couldn't find any MPG files on any of the pieces T-T how the heck do I extract FFX's movies?

(ps this is my first atempt at using game footage)


well to extract the ffx movies you need to locate the LBA (there was a tool which extracts everything in the LBA for example hidden files etc but i forgot what it was called sorry) well once you extract the movies and try to demux them with PSS_demux you will notice that the video wont demux. The reason why it wont demux is because its not your typical M2V file. Its a MPEG file which is compressed using the Huffman Algorithm, that is the reason why it cannot be demuxed. Im guessing its the same as Kingdom Hearts as they were both released in the same year.

There is a chance if you insert the sectors (first and end sector) of the movie clips of Kingdom hearts and then insert them in FFX2MOV, it is possible it will be able to rip the footage off that game.
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Postby MaggIvy » Thu Jun 21, 2007 9:46 pm

Just in case anyone wants to rip audio from games like KH2 and etc. Posted by Sayde.

http://www.animemusicvideos.org/phpBB/v ... hp?t=80680
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Postby shirohamada » Sat Jul 14, 2007 6:33 am

hexedit? just copy and paste the hex. then save file. i use hexworkshop, so it can insert file and combine them. it really depends on your hexeditor.
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