How to rip PS2 FMV files - Step by Step Guide.

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Postby sayde » Sat Sep 29, 2007 2:59 pm

btw, if you did visit the web page I posted for you, try clicking on the links that say "v1.1.0(Lite)" or "v1.1.0(Full)".

Don't click on the PSS plex name since that definitely does lead to the sony site.
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Postby FAAuraJin » Sat Sep 29, 2007 6:56 pm

thanks a lot for the help. Virtual Dub is working great.

...now... if I could only get rid of these damn captions -_-
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Postby sayde » Sat Sep 29, 2007 7:59 pm

you can crop the subs out with either virtual dub or your editing program (providing your editing program has such an option.) Other than that, there's really no other way unless you want to photoshop the subs out frame by frame.
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Postby FAAuraJin » Sun Sep 30, 2007 12:38 am

stupid xenosaga, putting the subitles so far up
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Postby Shinimegami Zero » Tue Oct 02, 2007 5:54 pm

I tried this method with Suikoden V and it works great, with the exception of one of the pieces. I split the iso into four pieces and was able to extract 32 videos from three of them, but piece 4 likes to freeze up when I run it through extractor. I've tried the hex editor way with both that piece alone and the entire iso and have had no luck there with finding the correct hex values, and FMVTool finds nothing whatsoever. I've heard Cube Media Player works great, but cubemediaplayer.com is down and googling it takes me to a bunch of shady looking Chinese websites that have mostly dead links. Does anyone know of a working site that has the program? I'm only missing a few of the videos, and of course they're the ones I need, so if anyone has any suggestions that would be great. Thanks.
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Postby ogie_s » Tue Oct 02, 2007 9:12 pm

Hello there. I tried this method because I've been wanting to rip the videos for Persona 3 but didn't have any luck. Has anyone had any success with this game? Extractor doesn't pick up any MPEGs and PSS Player doesn't work either for me.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Postby FAAuraJin » Sun Oct 07, 2007 8:36 am

Shinimegami Zero wrote:I tried this method with Suikoden V and it works great, with the exception of one of the pieces. I split the iso into four pieces and was able to extract 32 videos from three of them, but piece 4 likes to freeze up when I run it through extractor. I've tried the hex editor way with both that piece alone and the entire iso and have had no luck there with finding the correct hex values, and FMVTool finds nothing whatsoever. I've heard Cube Media Player works great, but cubemediaplayer.com is down and googling it takes me to a bunch of shady looking Chinese websites that have mostly dead links. Does anyone know of a working site that has the program? I'm only missing a few of the videos, and of course they're the ones I need, so if anyone has any suggestions that would be great. Thanks.


sounds like the same problems I've been having with xenosaga. have you made sure you disabled the stream? and are you using VirtualDub or some other program for the last step? (I assume thats what you're stuck on, turning them into AVIs)
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Postby superlaos91 » Sun Oct 07, 2007 12:36 pm

i'm trying to use this for ff x-2 i get to dvd decrypter and do iso read it stops at 10% am i doing something wrong?
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Postby ffxdean » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:25 pm

superlaos91 wrote:i'm trying to use this for ff x-2 i get to dvd decrypter and do iso read it stops at 10% am i doing something wrong?


FFX-2 is probably one of the easiest games to extract the movies out of. I reckon this guide is out of date well for most games (but still works :) ), it just takes far too long and their are much more simple methods out there.

Well just to solve your problem:
Just download Gigahertz FMV tool (located in the NGEMU forums), CubeMedia Player (just google it) or the ffx-2 tool 2007 or 06 version (located on the NGEMU forums, apparantly it rips the fmvs from every version of FFX-2 and some of FFX), and for that dvd decrypter problem i have no idea..... maybe bad disk? but the program i mentioned above will work without needing to save the ISO to the HDD, splitting the iso etc. It just rips the m2v+wav to the hard drive automatically with just one click of the mouse.
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Postby Valcidious » Mon Oct 08, 2007 11:13 am

wow...Thank you so much, This has been a great help to me. Thanks again.
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Postby Shinimegami Zero » Mon Oct 08, 2007 4:10 pm

FAAuraJin wrote:
Shinimegami Zero wrote:I tried this method with Suikoden V and it works great, with the exception of one of the pieces. I split the iso into four pieces and was able to extract 32 videos from three of them, but piece 4 likes to freeze up when I run it through extractor. I've tried the hex editor way with both that piece alone and the entire iso and have had no luck there with finding the correct hex values, and FMVTool finds nothing whatsoever. I've heard Cube Media Player works great, but cubemediaplayer.com is down and googling it takes me to a bunch of shady looking Chinese websites that have mostly dead links. Does anyone know of a working site that has the program? I'm only missing a few of the videos, and of course they're the ones I need, so if anyone has any suggestions that would be great. Thanks.


sounds like the same problems I've been having with xenosaga. have you made sure you disabled the stream? and are you using VirtualDub or some other program for the last step? (I assume thats what you're stuck on, turning them into AVIs)

No. What I'm saying is that extractor is working, but it's not ripping every fmv from the game. There is far more than 32 and I'm trying to figure out something that will allow me to get those fmvs that extractor is unable to find. I'd like to see if Cube Media Player works, but as I said up there all google gives me is a bunch of dead links. I haven't even bothered with trying to convert them to avi yet.
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Postby superlaos91 » Mon Oct 08, 2007 6:59 pm

yea i tried gigahertz but it stopped at 10% and i was going very very very slow after that. i didn't find any ffx-2 tool.



ffxdean wrote:
superlaos91 wrote:i'm trying to use this for ff x-2 i get to dvd decrypter and do iso read it stops at 10% am i doing something wrong?


FFX-2 is probably one of the easiest games to extract the movies out of. I reckon this guide is out of date well for most games (but still works :) ), it just takes far too long and their are much more simple methods out there.

Well just to solve your problem:
Just download Gigahertz FMV tool (located in the NGEMU forums), CubeMedia Player (just google it) or the ffx-2 tool 2007 or 06 version (located on the NGEMU forums, apparantly it rips the fmvs from every version of FFX-2 and some of FFX), and for that dvd decrypter problem i have no idea..... maybe bad disk? but the program i mentioned above will work without needing to save the ISO to the HDD, splitting the iso etc. It just rips the m2v+wav to the hard drive automatically with just one click of the mouse.
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Postby ffxdean » Wed Oct 10, 2007 5:04 am

Okay, now i see the real problem here.

Either you have bootleg or non-legit copy or you have a faulty disc or your DVD burner is faulty.


those are the only reason it could be.

Once you found the fault. Rescan the disc using Cubemedia or use Gigaherz's FMV tool
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Postby superlaos91 » Wed Oct 10, 2007 3:26 pm

i don't think best buy would sell bootleg copy of stuff i don't know if it is my dvd burner i mean i can still rip other stuff like my sailor moon dvd and my kh2 game and stuff i don't know it may be the disk. have a solution?
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Postby ffxdean » Wed Oct 10, 2007 11:08 pm

http://www.divshare.com/download/2297066-a3a


I uploaded the FFX-2 tool. If that doesnt work, i dont think anything else will. :wink:



I've heard Cube Media Player works great, but cubemediaplayer.com is down and googling it takes me to a bunch of shady looking Chinese websites that have mostly dead links.


Hi there, i uploaded CubemediaPlayer for you. Here It is:


http://www.divshare.com/download/2297266-4eb

unfortunatley its the trial version i am not so sure if it i can freely distribute the full version of the program due to that im not the owner and therefore do not have the permission to release it.

Its costs $20 although i have no idea how you are suppose to pay for it due the site being down (forever).
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