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MK
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posted 06-11-2001 10:49 PM      Profile for MK     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Hi, there is a project I want to do, there is only one thing stoppin me from proceeding (if you don't count my laziness)

I want to extract sound files from a video game. Now, let's just say hypothetically of course, that I have the ROM and the emulator, and I do actually own the game, blah blah. People have told me to use sound recorder in the background while I play the game, but that doesn't work (the sounds don't get picked up). I just want to capture game sounds, like sword slings, etc... If anyone knows/has any ideas, please reply, thank you.

-MK

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MK
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posted 06-11-2001 10:53 PM      Profile for MK     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Oh I forgot important thing, the hypothetical game is SNES on an emulator that does not support wav output logging.
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Mick_Hale
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posted 06-12-2001 09:52 AM      Profile for Mick_Hale   Email Mick_Hale   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Snagit is the best way to go. You can make movies. From there you can get the sound bytes. Actually, a lot of the stuff from Techsmith is pretty good for this. I may do this for a PBS I'm planning on doing. Let me know if it works, and how it worked.

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Thanks
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