Ripping Audio From A Game

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  1. Asteroid-Man

    Asteroid-Man Ham Sammiches

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    I installed a game on my computer and want to rip the audio from the game. however, I want the original audio files. Where can I locate them? (I have a program that will do live ripping but I'd rather have it in the best quality possible)
     
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    Get Audacity, and put the input on Stereo Mix, and just record it on that program. No loss at all and works good.

    Only thing is you have to be right there and listen to the whole track or whatever you want, and not just look for the files.
     
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    Asteroid-Man Ham Sammiches

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    I want to know if I can access the audio files on my computer directory and where it would be located.
     
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    Asteroid-Man Ham Sammiches

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  5. black_dust

    black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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    You wont find any mp3s AIF AC3 files if thats what you are looking for they will all be coded within the games files.
    like for mine for ghost recon advance war fighter they are all BANK.file none readable audio files with out the rest of the game running.
     
  6. GFreeman

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    It depends on the game. Just look in the installation path for sound files, shouldn't take you more than a few minutes to check the folders, and see if they play in VLC.
     
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    I'm using Spider-Man (2000) for my PC
     
  8. D4rkShaDoWz

    D4rkShaDoWz I can do this all day

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    You can't. You have to do live records. The audio files are hidden within the files of the game.
     

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