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    Extracting game music

    Does any of your know how to do this - applications that can do it or something ??

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    If you are referring to extract audio tracks from cds, you can try Easy cd Extractor.

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    Yes... I am talking about games that have the music mixed up somewhere in a big data file. Extracting CD audio is easy

    But what kind of software do I need to extract the music from these games ? Any specific titles you know of ?

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    It's game-specific. If you find a big fan site they might have tools or links to tools. Also, post the game(s) you're interested in here - maybe someone can provide a direct link.
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    Right now I am interested in the music from Unreal - not UT but the original Unreal.

    I found a thing called GameAudioPlayer once, that actually can read all sorts of game music formats. I extracted music from Starcraft, Diablo, Need for Speed 3 and 4 with it - but I can't get it to work on Unreal (even though it is supposed to work with unreal)

    I would of course be glad if some of you know a link where I can get it all in mp3 format


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    Originally posted by JanTM:
    Right now I am interested in the music from Unreal - not UT but the original Unreal.

    Music in Unreal are MODs I think (not sure). If they kept the same MOD extensions (*.it, *.s3m, *.xm), you can try to play them with ModPlug Player (www.modplug.com)

    BTW I think I will download that GameAudioPlayer...sounds interesting


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    Yes, the music in unreal and UT is MODs.
    You cant play them directly for some reason, but there is a music extractor called
    CARP Unreal Music eXtractor
    I dont remember where I downloaded it from, but i'm sure you can find it in any search engine. Have fun!


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    Thanx a bunch The DreameR... I downloaded that Carp unreal music extractor. Nich little thing and it works... listening to it now

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