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 Post subject: (NFS Carbon+) need help for extracting audio file from .tmx
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 3:25 pm 
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Hi people,
All is in the title. As I said, I really would like to extract audio file from .tmx files, that contain engine sounds. there files are used In NFS Undercover, ProStreet, and Carbon. Only, no tools exist to do this.
I know that .tmx is a updated version of .abk and .gin, and the structure codec is pretty similar to .gin ^^

Any help is welcome !

PS : thanks to id-daemon to make a tool for extracting audio from .abk files, from NFS Undercover ! <3

I uploaded somes samples, if needed at https://drive.google.com/open?id=19U3l2 ... epqdPzwnFP
Thanks in advance !

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 Post subject: Re: (NFS Carbon+) need help for extracting audio file from .
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a .tmx file contains two ginsu20 hexes (files). (it contains two ginsu20 (.gin) files for acceleration and decceleration.)
now you can extract them with hexeditor.

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 Post subject: Re: (NFS Carbon+) need help for extracting audio file from .
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nosfornos wrote:
a .tmx file contains two ginsu20 hexes (files). (it contains two ginsu20 (.gin) files for acceleration and decceleration.)
now you can extract them with hexeditor.

He/all of us know that, question is how do you get them out, its not easy to look for the right offset where they belong, more information is needed, you already stated what is already known.



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