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Old 07-05-2004, 19:35
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Unhappy Please: I need help on ripping PS2 Movie Files

I have scoured the internet, I have tried reading every guide out there, but I cannot figure out how to rip the movie files from certain ps2 games.

The problem is that most to all of the tools are made to extract the files so they can be dumied/dvdripped. I dont want to do this, I want to extract the movies so I can encode them into avi and watch them anytime I want.

Also, I want to rip the movies directly from the source files, I dont want to hook up my ps2 to a tv and use a capture card.

1. Zone of the Enders, Zone of the Enders 2, and Metal Gear Solid 2 all seem to do the same thing. They store all the movie files in one huge file called movies.dat. I have NOT been able to do anything with these $#@%^@#%$# files. I tried a ZOE1 movie extractor once. Although it was able to extract the seperate pss files, they were unusable. It was only meant to extract the movie files so they can be ripped and put on cd.

2. Guilty Gear XX. First time ive seen this, all the movie files are just bunched up into one movies.PAK file.

3. Yumeria. Another strange game, this one puts all the files into one movimage.bin file.

Does anyone please have any information on how to rip ANY of the movies from these games? I have been trying for MONTHS.
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Old 09-05-2004, 07:45
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You tried using PSSPlex?
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Thats only for PSS format files

These are NOT pss files
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Old 11-05-2004, 18:16
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I wasnt trying to be mean
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If there are people that can edit these movies to do dvd rips theres gotta be people that know how to extract/view them.
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Actually they sort of are pss files because they do have the pss file header at the start you can play them with a a program I just can't remember the name though.
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You have to be able to extract the files out of them though
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Alright found something for your metal gear solid 2 http://www.alucard.cc/new/Metal.zip Dunno if it works, let us know.

Also this for opening your *.pak files NC VFS browser http://www.geocities.com/d_evils_thrill/

For *.bin files you can use a lot of tools to open that up... Winimage, UltraISO etc.

The first 2 i just did a search on google and found that.

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Ill try them when I get home

And I tried opening the bin file in isobuster, it didnt work

Just because it ends in .bin dosent make it an iso file I have learned........... the hard way
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See what winzip does with those .pak files.
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I highly doubt that the .pak files are a compressed file format, but ill try........... when I have time

Likely this weekend
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Old 21-05-2004, 16:36
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If I remember correctly, the Guilty Gear XX movie files are actually just MPEG-2 files. You can open them with something like DVD2AVI.

But there's no audio though...
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But they are all in one .PAK file, how do I read that?
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