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    PsxMC ripper

    Anyone interested in extracting screenshots, music or movies from PSX games? Here's your tool:
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    Very nice. Thanks

    I may try this out later to extract some music.

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    I just tried it on Syphon Filter, which I had at work (?), and it worked fine. It just extracts what you want and saves bmp, wav, avi files to your folders. Pretty cool.

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    Sounds good.

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    I used to use PSXMC a lot a few years ago, to extract soundtracks and capture some of the cooler FMVs from some games. (and to watch the endings of some games I never completed, I admit.) But that was a much older version, and I remember it was quite a few games I had it couldn't find anything on. I think I'll be trying it out again with this version of the tool.

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    Do you know of any similar rippers for PS2 and Xbox games?

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    I have no idea

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    I will have to have a look around on some of the scene forums I use. I definitely want once for PS2. Imagine being able to rip the audio out of some of the best RPGs for example.

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    Imagine being able to rip the audio out of some of the best RPGs for example.
    Yeah *shudder* and some FMV.

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    It really depends on the filesystem on the disc. FMVs in PS2 games are often regular DVD tracks. Meaning there's a separate video and audio stream on there that needs to be combined before viewing. I guess it could be possible to rip these, but I never found a good method anywhere. Some people claimed to be able to do it, but there was never a simple method.

    On audio-ripping on the other hand, I managed to rip the audio from Gauntlet Seven Sorrows recently myself. It doesn't use a standard PS2 filesystem, but rather Dreamcast format files. Not sure why, or how the game works like that. But anyway, a standard audio-conversion tool meant for Dreamcast audio files did the job there.

    My point is, you can probably be successful ripping something by browsing the gamedisc, identifying the audio or video-files, find out what filetypes they are and then search for some conversion tool on the net. Worked for me with that Gauntlet audio anyway.

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