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by Mygoshi at 6:22 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
Nisto, you stopped to help me for the gc version of madagascar :(
by Reis at 7:06 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
@Nisto or whom ever , Im working on the php thingy for 3 hours now hahahah I just look at the post below the one u mention and explained >__<.. I might post a picture for helps sake or im retarded which seems to be the case. If you could post a picture on the

1: Windows-key + R
2: cmd
3: php "C:\path\to\script.php" "C:\path\to\dir\of\musyx\files" 0

If you do it the same way, are you getting any error messages or anything? If so, what? I will gladly help you, but I need more info. If you haven't added PHP to your PATH environment variable, have you tried calling PHP with the full path to the binary? E.g. C:\php\php.exe C:\path\to\script.php C:\path\to\dir\of\musyx\files 0..

I'm going to figure this out one way or another >: )

edited 12:37 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by Nisto at 7:49 AM EDT on April 22, 2015



And I'm sorry Mygoshi, I have looked, I can't figure out the format.

edited 12:58 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by Reis at 7:52 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thats alot better (Im a nutshell)

edited 1:00 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by Mygoshi at 8:22 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
Okey Nisto, thanks anyway :)
by Reis at 8:57 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
Quick Q&A does this work with

It's written in PHP (I know, it's a dumb language to use for a task like this, but it's so easy to use), so you'll need PHP. I'm sorry if it's any trouble. Getting the script running is not a lengthy process, even if you're unfamiliar with PHP. Simply get the binary package (windows.php.net for Windows users), unpack it anywhere, then, in a command prompt/terminal use the CD command to change the current working directory to the directory in which you extracted the binaries.

To actually run the script:
php [path...]script_name.php [path...]bio0_sound_dir
Example:
php C:\SamExtract.php C:\bio0\sound

edited 2:18 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by Nisto at 9:24 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
SamExtract.php is an old script, which only works on Biohazard 0. It doesn't require a format code, so it's different from what I showed in the picture above. Either way, you should still use MusyXExtract.php. I kept the SamExtract.php script up for historical sake.
by Reis at 9:38 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
Oh right after I seen your post I got the HVR samps going :D thanks for this massive help again!.. silly me thinking i could play these as a whole :P


edited 3:11 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by dj4uk6cjm at 10:19 AM EDT on April 22, 2015
Sorry to bother you again Nisto but could you take a look at these files and see if they work with your script? https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8rHgE_H8aJsfnBhSkJsTTZ1ZVVoeDJNb2Q2Y3g1ZUtLN3BOYVF3WVNmMnNzQU5zeUE2aXc&usp=sharing It's all the files ripped from Pac-Man World 2 so the orchestral samples the game uses are in the "sounds" folder that resides in the netdata folder with extensions like .GCB .POO .PRO .SAM and .SDI

I don't know what these files mean but I thought .poo and .sam might be short for .pool or .samp anyways I hope you can find something out about them, I don't think the game use sequences. Thanks.

edited 3:30 PM EDT April 22, 2015
by Nisto at 1:25 PM EDT on April 22, 2015
Yep, .sam and .sdi are common alternate names (8.3 names I guess) for .samp and .sdir files. The script checks for files with that extension as well.

Anyway, the script has no problems handling the files from Pac-Man World 2 either. However, I've only tried it on a couple of the banks, as I can't seem to mass-download files on Google Drive. If you can zip them up or something I can try them all, but I doubt there will be any trouble.

Alternatively, since I have just finished "porting" the script to Python (with some additional improvements as well), perhaps you are willing to give it another shot at extracting them yourself? Usage of the script has been totally simplified. You can simply drop a folder (or more) containing .samp/.sdir files onto it (that should at least work with a typical Python (3) installation on a Windows machine). And as I mentioned a few posts ago, installation of Python itself is a breeze nowadays if you don't have it installed.

You can get the script here: MusyXExtract.py

I should note that there is a minor compromise with this port/update (although doubtfully for anyone here on hcs64...): Biohazard 0 (.arc) and Biohazard 1 (.snd) files will now have to be pre-extracted to standard MusyX .sdir/.samp files (like I did with the Harvest Moon files for Reis) as I have not implemented support for them, mainly to bypass the need of a "format code" (thus allowing drag-n-dropping), and also since they are not really MusyX files per se, but custom containers for them. And it made for some pretty messy code too I think. But anyway, those are simple formats and tools are already available to extract them, so...

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