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Bound by Flame (PC) *pgz

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Bound by Flame (PC) *pgz

Post by MiLØ » Sun May 25, 2014 8:02 pm

The game's data containers turned out to be no problem, simply renamed SPK to RAR and all good. Unfortunately audio isn't solved by renaming to ogg or mp3 or something :>
All files in music folder are with *pgz extension. I scanned them with a couple of scanners but came up with nothing.

Here's a sample, please take a look: [NVM]

EDIT: Bah, turns out PGZ can be renamed to ZIP and also extracted further, which gives a file with no extension. And then simply renaming it to OGG does the trick. Solved.

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Re: Bound by Flame (PC) *pgz

Post by brendan19 » Mon May 26, 2014 11:27 am

The SPK archives are just 7zip archives.

The PGZ files are just compressed with GZip. Use VGMToolbox to decompress and you will get the filenames :)

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Re: Bound by Flame (PC) *pgz

Post by MiLØ » Mon May 26, 2014 7:44 pm

Yep I just went more old fashioned way without using VGMtoolbox. The end result still had proper filenames, it just didn't have any file extension at all. And the way I found out it was Ogg is by looking through Hex editor (in which I'm no expert at all) - the first couple lines of text said something about Ogg, so I thought "why not?". :D

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