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Ramiz10
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.Awb file format

Post by Ramiz10 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:11 pm

I need help to extract/open .awb files. Does anyone know any way how to do that? But except QuickBMS because this program changes original names of files after extracting ( i don't know why). Someone could rip sound files with their original names
Look at this
https://s3.postimg.org/jyeyo7u4j/2017_02..._41_32.png
But sounds that i get....and they are all randomized
Like this
https://s3.postimg.org/fqk6fgsoz/2017_02..._42_15.png
Why i ask this? Just when i need certain sound i have to check all sounds out.... It takes a lot of time
I will be grateful for help

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Re: .Awb file format

Post by brendan19 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:53 pm

Use VGM Toolbox from the wonderful team over at HCS.

Download VGM Toolbox here

Extract the archive and navigate the following

VGMToolbox > Misc. Tools > Extraction Tools > Common Archives > CRI ACB/AWB Archive Extractor

Tick the box "Prefix file name with Cue ID (.acb only)



So the filenames are stored in the .acb file with the same filename.

e.g.

BGM.awb <-- Audio wave bank
BGM.acb <-- Audio cues (filenames) along with other useful information.

Without the .acb you cannot get cue names from a .awb file as you've seen.



If that doesn't work either, you can get a copy of the CRI Atom Craft middleware and use that to open up the .awb and .acb file and playback each file and rename them one by one.

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Re: .Awb file format

Post by Ramiz10 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:08 pm

brendan19 wrote:Use VGM Toolbox from the wonderful team over at HCS.

Download VGM Toolbox here

Extract the archive and navigate the following

VGMToolbox > Misc. Tools > Extraction Tools > Common Archives > CRI ACB/AWB Archive Extractor

Tick the box "Prefix file name with Cue ID (.acb only)



So the filenames are stored in the .acb file with the same filename.

e.g.

BGM.awb <-- Audio wave bank
BGM.acb <-- Audio cues (filenames) along with other useful information.

Without the .acb you cannot get cue names from a .awb file as you've seen.



If that doesn't work either, you can get a copy of the CRI Atom Craft middleware and use that to open up the .awb and .acb file and playback each file and rename them one by one.
After extract i get .bin files...maybe i did something wrong
And by the way, i have .awb files not .acb files
Like this
https://mega.nz/#!7c9RyYpL!Dbmu2LNo8dW1 ... RvnAvR8Llk
https://mega.nz/#!SEUSXSJB!1HotaL5n5rC7 ... xbCSiTFAEk

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Re: .Awb file format

Post by brendan19 » Thu Feb 23, 2017 3:33 pm

The .bin files are actually HCA files. Change the extension to .hca :)

There should be corrosponding .acb files for each .awb file. If not in the same folder, then somewhere in the files.

v_etc_streamfiles.acb
v_etc_streamfiles.awb

v_main00_streamfiles.acb
v_main00_streamfiles.awb


What tool did you use to unpack the adx2.cpk?

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Re: .Awb file format

Post by Ramiz10 » Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:03 pm

brendan19 wrote:The .bin files are actually HCA files. Change the extension to .hca :)

There should be corrosponding .acb files for each .awb file. If not in the same folder, then somewhere in the files.

v_etc_streamfiles.acb
v_etc_streamfiles.awb

v_main00_streamfiles.acb
v_main00_streamfiles.awb


What tool did you use to unpack the adx2.cpk?
There are not .acb files, only .awb files
And i used CPK Unpacker i think...Just i don't remeber name of tool that i used

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