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[PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

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[PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by Vosvoy » Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:49 pm

Hi mates,

I would know if you can help me here.

I unpacked " Sound.pak " with the PakDecrypt from this topic. Next, I extracted sounds from FSB files with this tool but it giving me messed files ( with any arguments, surely because of ADPCM format or something ).

Later, I found something interesting by myself. Apparently, we can be able to listen the sounds by using the FMOD Event Player but can't convert them.

So, my question is simple: how can we convert those sounds?

PS: If you need a little sample for testing, please ask.

Thank's a lot in advance.

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Re: [PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by bxaimc » Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:55 pm

Already working on adding support for FSB5 to vgmstream

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Re: [PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by Vosvoy » Sat Apr 13, 2013 1:32 pm

bxaimc wrote:Already working on adding support for FSB5 to vgmstream
Oh, all right. Any link to follow the development state?

EDIT: Okay, so vgmstream seems to convert some ADPCM files to correct .wav files but it doesn't convert them properly for the others ( get messed files, again ). Maybe because of stereo header or multi-stream stuff?

Thank's in advance.
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Re: [PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by Vosvoy » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:39 pm

Hi guys,

is somebody finally find a solution about IMA ADPCM sounds into .fsb from Crysis 3 ( or Warface )?

I tried ToWav and some VLC tests on them ( 0x00000091 or 0x00000090 unknown flag, according to FsbExtractor ) but it's not working. So, any help will be appreciated.

Thanks mates.

PS: Raw samples in attachment and the result on one of those non-working files.
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Re: [PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by Pepper » Mon May 26, 2014 8:35 pm

Vosvoy wrote:Hi guys,

is somebody finally find a solution about IMA ADPCM sounds into .fsb from Crysis 3 ( or Warface )?

I tried ToWav and some VLC tests on them ( 0x00000091 or 0x00000090 unknown flag, according to FsbExtractor ) but it's not working. So, any help will be appreciated.

Thanks mates.

PS: Raw samples in attachment and the result on one of those non-working files.
just an update, I finally found a tool that seems to work! it's based on the concept of the witcher 2's celt unpacker, it hooks into the fmodex.dll from the game in question. it was made for league of legends but it's worked (almost) flawlessly with tons of games files that refused to decode before. http://wiki.spectralcoding.com/info:lea ... fsbextract


it's a commandline application put the game's fmodex.dll in the same folder as LoLFSBExtract.exe, you start cmd.exe, drag in LoLFSBExtract.exe, hit space, drag in the input fsb, hit space then drag in an output directory and hit enter. the only problem i'm having is that some files are too fast or slow. but it has a built in method to fix this that you can read about in readme.txt.

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Re: [PC] Crysis 3 sounds converting problem

Post by Vosvoy » Tue May 27, 2014 6:22 pm

Well, many thanks pepper. You made my day.
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