- Sonic 06 (Demo) (Need help to find the music please) by Vector Harbor at 7:42 PM EST on December 29, 2016
- So i was interest to find out if the sonic 06 demo contains music in it but after i download "the file" from here :
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Demo
I got just a files with no extension name...sure i look up for that and it turn out that the quickbms could do something...here the script : Sonic 06 QuickBMS Script
But then...argh there 3 folders with unfamiliar files extension and don't take much space on my hard driver... 0 ko no kidding...
Sure there something wrong to that... But i think it the "No files extension" that goes wrong with the rest...maybe a tool can turn this files into something that can look able to be datamined ? I don't much about this
So i was wondering if someone could help me to find a solution and i'll be grateful if someone could do something for that :D
Oh and BTW here those 3 folders : Sonic 06, common, win 32, xenon
edited 7:43 PM EST December 29, 2016
- by kode54 at 10:19 PM EST on December 29, 2016
- It's probably an encrypted file system image that only a functioning Xbox360 would understand, assuming it received the key(s) to the file in the process of downloading it from the Xbox game store.
- by Kurausukun at 7:55 AM EST on December 30, 2016
- For what it's worth, given the state of the game, I wouldn't imagine there's really any music in the demo that wasn't in the final game or the soundtracks in some form.
- by Vector Harbor at 11:28 AM EST on December 30, 2016
- So there no way to get the music from that ?
- by maxton at 12:09 AM EST on January 9, 2017
- That's not encrypted, just an XBOX 360 STFS archive. You can open it in my ArchiveExplorer tool. Or anything that extracts from STFS (CON/LIVE/PIRS) files.
Looks like the audio is all pure XMA in the /xenon/sound/ folder. There are some WMV videos there too.
edited 12:10 AM EST January 9, 2017
- by Vector Harbor at 10:34 AM EST on January 9, 2017
- So how i'm suppose to use that ? I try drag&drop but doesn't work and also try to click on your tool but it not work...may i ask you to upload those XMA files ? Pretty please ? I'm so close to get the music from the demo....
- by Kurausukun at 4:34 PM EST on January 9, 2017
- I don't see what the issue is. Just double click ArchiveExplorer.exe and then open up the file from the menu.
- by Vector Harbor at 6:45 PM EST on January 9, 2017
- yeah...but i got
"windows cannot access the specified device path or file"
edited 6:45 PM EST January 9, 2017
- by maxton at 12:36 AM EST on January 10, 2017
- Make sure you have installed .NET 4.5, that is required to launch the program. It says that on the download page. It should be installed by default on latest Windows...
- by Vector Harbor at 11:01 AM EST on January 10, 2017
- I already installed .NET 4.5 on my laptop...
Should i seek for other version of it ?
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