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 Post subject: Extract Sounds from a Dictionary Software (“.t” file)
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:01 pm 
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Sorry cause it's not actually a game.
I want to extract audio files from Merriam-Webster's Multi-reference (v4.9,not the old one) software. Sounds are pronunciation of words, for example the word "apple" should have an audio file which contains the pronunciation of it.

I tried using some game extractor tools but they couldn't recognize the format of the file (dragon unpacker could find some partial voices of some words in an unorganized order).

There is a file in the installation folder of Webster that I'm sure it contains all of the sounds because of its large size: "sound.t".

But there are many other formats, like ".i" or ".ix" or ".it" and Data Base files.

I want to extract all of the sounds separately for each word (i.e. "apple.mp3" for the word "apple")

I would appreciate your input in advance. Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Extract Sounds from a Dictionary Software (“.t” file)
PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:19 pm 
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If you can upload a .t file, either here or to a web hosting service, we can help possibly.



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