Ripping Audio / Music / SFX off GC ISOs?

Discussion in 'Misc Gamecube Discussion' started by goku262002, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. goku262002

    goku262002 Member Since June 2004

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    I'm NO WAY condoning downloading of ISOs or anything of the sort. just want to make that clear!

    I'm curious to know if its possible to rip Audio / Music / Sound effects off Gamecube game isos with the current software? I was thinking just mounting the iso with daemon tools and use the software would cut it. If theres no way, what software is out there that allows you to rip Audio / Music / Sound effects from a normal Gamecube game disk?

    Sound familiar? I made a similar thread in the PS2 area and maybe i can get the same results here.
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  3. goku262002

    goku262002 Member Since June 2004

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    Long time guys...

    I'm looking to get back into the extraction scene but I'm wondering if theres been updates to any existing tools or has there been newer tools released since then?

    Thanks.
  4. masta.g.86

    masta.g.86 No sir, I don't like it. Award Winner!

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    I generally just use Dolphin to extract the audio I need and use Winamp + a certain plugin pack (available at Zophar's Domain, I think, don't remember the pack's name though) to play and convert to other, more standardized formats.
  5. goku262002

    goku262002 Member Since June 2004

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    Thing is, my computer isn't equipped to handle dolphin. Is there anyway I can do it off the CD or an ISO?
  6. masta.g.86

    masta.g.86 No sir, I don't like it. Award Winner!

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    It doesn't need to have a fast CPU or GPU. You just need to be able to start Dolphin.

    From the main UI window, you add the directory(ies) that contain you ISOs. Then, just right-click the game you want to explore the contents of and select "Properties". A new window will pop up. One of the tabs lets you actually explore the files. From there you can export any files you are interested in directly to your computer.
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    the_randomizer Fluffy Animal Admirer

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    All though this is somewhat off topic, it is still related to this thread; I was wondering if someone should revive the thread (or create a new one) on how to replace music in Square Enix PS2 games, since it appears to be possible on the link the OP linked so long ago.

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