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Getting the Music from the game
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    fatfruitcake posted on Jan 03, 2009 8:55:22 PM - Report post
     
    Please don't turn me in or anything, I just have a simple request:

    I really like the music in the game, so much that i would like to listen to certain parts without having to play the game through again just so i can listen to the music. I love the music, but not that much. I tried looking for a soundtrack, but couldn't find one, not even on ebay (or at least one that i trust). The problem with taking them straight from the folder is that they are UPK files, which ****es me off too much for me to put words to. I don't even need a file that can open UPK files (because that would be illegal, right? ) but instead just an application that could just decipher the sound and music files out. I found a program a little bit ago, but I couldn't get it to work.

    Any help would be appreciated, and if i am walking into a bad place, just let me know and i will shut up. I know how companies are about their music (don't know why) but i love this music a lot.
    The Dude Abides
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    opfor posted on Jan 14, 2009 2:13:07 PM - Report post
     
    google "gspot codec" and download/run the program GSpot. drag and drop the UPK file onto the window and it will tell you what kind of file it is (mp3, wav, etc.) if it's readable. I'm not aware of any converters, but google is the first place to go and search.

    If it is readable, and it says like WAV or MP3 - then change the filename extension to .wav or .mp3 accordingly and play in Media Player.

    [Edited by opfor, 1/14/2009 2:13:49 PM]
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    fatfruitcake posted on Feb 25, 2009 3:47:55 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by opfor

    google "gspot codec" and download/run the program GSpot. drag and drop the UPK file onto the window and it will tell you what kind of file it is (mp3, wav, etc.) if it's readable. I'm not aware of any converters, but google is the first place to go and search.

    If it is readable, and it says like WAV or MP3 - then change the filename extension to .wav or .mp3 accordingly and play in Media Player.

    [Edited by opfor, 1/14/2009 2:13:49 PM]

    i tried that out, but it doesnt work for these upk files.

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