How do I go about getting those PSS files out of PS2 games?

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Postby The14thGOD » Mon Nov 22, 2004 11:02 pm

yea i did some more browsing (yes i know i should have done that sooner, sorry) and found that out. and it worked, but does this method for sure work on ffx-2?? im getting those toamrrow heh

thanks in advance
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Postby AMVfreak » Mon Nov 22, 2004 11:36 pm

Iamshadowkiller wrote:I'm surprised no one mentioned ffx2mov in this whole guide..or perhaps I just missed it :?


Well if you look closely, shirohamada directed to a jp website that has FFX2MOV on it. Although it was meant to direct ShadowInc where PSS-Demux was, its indirectly there. Whatever.

and it will extract both the m2v files and the wav...'s...es?

Yep. The m2v and wav files are extracted.(seperately, of course)

yea i did some more browsing (yes i know i should have done that sooner, sorry) and found that out. and it worked, but does this method for sure work on ffx-2?? im getting those toamrrow heh

The movie extractor FFX2MOV is for ripping FF-X. It will not rip for FFX-2. Like Iamshadowkiller said earlier, it only works for FF-X.
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Postby jjamriska » Wed Dec 01, 2004 8:18 pm

heres a helpful tool for some games
http://www.ngemu.com/forums/showthread.php?t=55165
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Postby shirohamada » Thu Dec 23, 2004 4:56 am

just got tales of rebirth.
it is my first 'tales' series by namco.

pop it in into my dvd rom drive,
it didn't read the disc. i've check its not my drive. the disc works on the ps2.
so i fired up dvddecrypter.
it started to read, in iso mode.
the funny thing is total disc size 8 terabyte.
so its an encryption.

i've seen the past tales series opening. is that captured or extract.

if anyone with info do point the right way.
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