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    Default Ripping OST from DJ Max Black Square

    Hello guys! Just wanna ask if somebody knows how to RIP the OST from DJ Max Portable UMD / ISO.

    I really want them on my PC so I can listen to them while surfing the web or something.

    Thanks alot!

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    use UMDGen to open the .iso, and look around for a music folder, or something like that. Music will most likely be in .at3 format.

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    Hmm... all I see are these .tpa and .tpk files. The Music's probably in there, since they are big in size (around 800mb+)

    Just need to extract them with something I guess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by iyyuchtus View Post
    Hmm... all I see are these .tpa and .tpk files. The Music's probably in there, since they are big in size (around 800mb+)

    Just need to extract them with something I guess...

    Since their big files, you should be able to extract the contents using
    Gnie xpert2 tool and the required plugin.

    You can download xpert2 and the required plugin here:

    http://www.alucard.cc/forums/index.php?action=forum#14

    If the plugin isn't available, you can request one.

    Read my crisis core tut here to get a general idea on how to extract the contents of big files:


    http://www.psp-hacks.com/forums/f127...e-umd-t224117/

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    OK, so I managed to extract this WAV files, (which I think ARE the OSTs) but I can't play them. They need some kind of codec or something to be played. I already installed ATRAC3, (which is a Codec required to play DJMP2 OSTs) but it still won't play.

    Any help would be appreciated
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    Try VLC.

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    I already tried playing it with VLC. Still doesn't work...
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    The WAV files are actually 132kbit/sec ATRAC3Plus files, you will need to decode them on the PSP
    I don't know of any programs that can decode ATRAC3Plus files on a Windows PC.

    There is a program called "AT3Decode" you run on a firmware 1.50 PSP or a custom firmware PSP with the
    1.50 Addon files installed to decode the files to WAV files, I'm not sure if it works on the slim (as I don't have one)

    You will also need "Extractor 2.5" to get the WAV files out from the ISO.

    Extractor 2.5 (for Windows): http://ifile.it/nx7jpol or from official website here http://www.volny.cz/nova-software/
    AT3decode (for PSP): http://ifile.it/d8uacow

    Extracting the WAVs (AT3 files) from the ISO
    Extract and install the 'Extractor 2.5' program, install it and use it to extract the 'WAV' files from the ISO file.
    To get the program in English, click the LAST tab (with the clipboard icon), find the drop-down box that says Russian and change to English.
    Open the ISO in the TOP box, in the bottom box choose a folder you want to save the extracted files into.
    Go to the formats Tab, scroll to the bottom and tick the "WAV" box only, then click 'start' and the program will scan the ISO files.
    Select all the files (using the INV button is a quick way to select all) then extract to a folder.

    Decoding the files:
    Extract the AT3decode file, open the "Memory Stick > PSP > GAME" folder and
    copy the AT3Decode folder into the PSP > GAME150 folder on your PSP (or GAME folder)

    Make a folder named: AT3 in the root of the memory stick.
    Copy the extracted WAV files into that folder and rename the extension to AT3.
    Run the program on your PSP and it will convert the files to WAV files and put them in the 'root' of your memory stick.
    (There seems to be an 8 character limit on the filenames, the program seems to skip the files with longer names)

    I'm not too sure if this program works on the slim, I definitely know it works with a custom firmware with 1.50 addon installed.
    (The source code included with the program, so it should be easy to convert it / recompile it to be 'Slim Compatible')

    If you extract all the WAV files from the ISO you will find 187 WAV (really AT3) tracks total, Convert tracks 67 through to 128 as they are the OST tracks.
    note: each converted WAV file is about 20mb, you'll need about 1.15gb (WAV) + 110mb (AT3) = 1.25gb of free space in total on your memory stick.

    The conversion will take a while as well, I'm not sure how long it will take as I let it convert overnight and left the AC power adapter plugged in.
    Setting the CPU speed in homebrew to 333mhz won't do much, since the files are decoded using the 'Media Engine' CPU of the PSP.

    Once you have the WAV files, copy to your computer and convert to your preferred format (like 160kbit MP3) using a converter
    This method will work for every DJ Max game (e.g DJMax 1, International, 2, Clazziquai Edition) and maybe other games too

    edit: Here's the song list and the extracted AT3 track numbers for black square:
    Code:
    Song List - Disc 1 - Black:
    75.at3 = 01 - Get Down - BJJ
    76.at3 = 02 - Colours of Sorrow - Tsukasa
    77.at3 = 03 - Dear my Lady - Oriental ST8
    78.at3 = 04 - I Want You - Lin-G
    79.at3 = 05 - Secret World - Sweetune
    80.at3 = 06 - Proposed, Flower, Wolf (Part 2) - Rex
    81.at3 = 07 - Sweet Shining Shooting Star - Croove
    82.at3 = 08 - Ruti'n - Bexter
    83.at3 = 09 - Lovely Hand - Planetboom
    84.at3 = 10 - Fever Pitch Girl - Nikacha
    85.at3 = 11 - Ask to Wind (Live Mix) - Forte Escape
    86.at3 = 12 - Y - ND Lee
    87.at3 = 13 - River Flow - Planetboom
    88.at3 = 14 - Jealousy - 3rd Coast
    89.at3 = 15 - Get Up - Croove
    90.at3 = 16 - Relation Again - Tsukasa & ESTi
    91.at3 = 17 - Ready Now - Ruby Tuesday
    92.at3 = 18 - Honeymoon - Humming Urban Stereo
    93.at3 = 19 - Yo Max - ND Lee
    94.at3 = 20 - Space of Soul - M2U
    95.at3 = 21 - Higher - Supbaby
    96.at3 = 22 - Nightmare - M2U
    97.at3 = 23 - Beat U Down - Makou
    
    Song List - Disc 2 - Square:
    98.at3 = 01 - Play the Future - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    99.at3 = 02 - Desperado - Croove
    100.at3 = 03 - Lover - ND Lee
    101.at3 = 04 - Heart of Witch - Rex
    102.at3 = 05 - Landscape - Tsukasa
    103.at3 = 06 - Stop - 3rd Coast
    104.at3 = 07 - PDM - Trish
    105.at3 = 08 - Keys to the World - Planetboom
    106.at3 = 09 - Fury - Sugar Donut
    107.at3 = 10 - The Last Dance - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    108.at3 = 11 - Melody - Bermei Inazawa
    109.at3 = 12 - Superlovely - Ear Breaker
    110.at3 = 13 - Shoreline - Oriental ST8
    111.at3 = 14 - In My Dream - ND Lee
    112.at3 = 15 - Cypher Gate - 7 Sequence
    113.at3 = 16 - Remember - Lin-G
    114.at3 = 17 - Grave Consequence - Tsukasa
    115.at3 = 18 - Real Over Drive - NieN
    116.at3 = 19 - Fermion - Makou
    117.at3 = 20 - Son of Sun - Hosoe Shinji
    118.at3 = 21 - DJMax - Humming Urban Stereo
    119.at3 = 22 - Divine Service - Electronic Boutique
    120.at3 = 23 - Voyage - Makou
    
    Song List - Disc 3 - Bling:
    121.at3 = 01 - Get Down (Extended Ver) - BJJ
    122.at3 = 02 - Colours Of Sorrow (Extended JAP Ver) - Tsukasa
    123.at3 = 03 - Secret World (Extended Ver) - Sweetune
    124.at3 = 04 - Supersonic (S4 League O.S.T Ver) - Planetboom
    125.at3 = 05 - Stop (Extended Ver) - 3rd Coast
    126.at3 = 06 - Hamsin (Extended Break Beat Ver) - Makou
    127.at3 = 07 - Airwave (Clazziquai Edition PV Ver) - Rex
    128.at3 = 08 - Title BGM (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    
    I'm not sure of the AT3 track numbers for these songs (I think tracks 67 to 74)
    09 - Club Tour BGM 1 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    10 - Club Tour BGM 2 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    11 - Club Tour BGM 3 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    12 - Club Tour BGM 4 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    13 - Club Tour BGM 5 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    14 - Club Tour BGM 6 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    15 - Club Tour BGM 7 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    16 - Club Tour BGM 8 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    Last edited by The__Android; 01-14-2009 at 03:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__Android View Post
    The WAV files are actually 132kbit/sec ATRAC3Plus files, you will need to decode them on the PSP
    I don't know of any programs that can decode ATRAC3Plus files on a Windows PC.

    There is a program called "AT3Decode" you run on a firmware 1.50 PSP or a custom firmware PSP with the
    1.50 Addon files installed to decode the files to WAV files, I'm not sure if it works on the slim (as I don't have one)

    You will also need "Extractor 2.5" to get the WAV files out from the ISO.

    Extractor 2.5 (for Windows): http://ifile.it/nx7jpol or from official website here http://www.volny.cz/nova-software/
    AT3decode (for PSP): http://ifile.it/d8uacow

    Extracting the WAVs (AT3 files) from the ISO
    Extract and install the 'Extractor 2.5' program, install it and use it to extract the 'WAV' files from the ISO file.
    To get the program in English, click the LAST tab (with the clipboard icon), find the drop-down box that says Russian and change to English.
    Open the ISO in the TOP box, in the bottom box choose a folder you want to save the extracted files into.
    Go to the formats Tab, scroll to the bottom and tick the "WAV" box only, then click 'start' and the program will scan the ISO files.
    Select all the files (using the INV button is a quick way to select all) then extract to a folder.

    Decoding the files:
    Extract the AT3decode file, open the "Memory Stick > PSP > GAME" folder and
    copy the AT3Decode folder into the PSP > GAME150 folder on your PSP (or GAME folder)

    Make a folder named: AT3 in the root of the memory stick.
    Copy the extracted WAV files into that folder and rename the extension to AT3.
    Run the program on your PSP and it will convert the files to WAV files and put them in the 'root' of your memory stick.
    (There seems to be an 8 character limit on the filenames, the program seems to skip the files with longer names)

    I'm not too sure if this program works on the slim, I definitely know it works with a custom firmware with 1.50 addon installed.
    (The source code included with the program, so it should be easy to convert it / recompile it to be 'Slim Compatible')

    If you extract all the WAV files from the ISO you will find 187 WAV (really AT3) tracks total, Convert tracks 67 through to 128 as they are the OST tracks.
    note: each converted WAV file is about 20mb, you'll need about 1.15gb (WAV) + 110mb (AT3) = 1.25gb of free space in total on your memory stick.

    The conversion will take a while as well, I'm not sure how long it will take as I let it convert overnight and left the AC power adapter plugged in.
    Setting the CPU speed in homebrew to 333mhz won't do much, since the files are decoded using the 'Media Engine' CPU of the PSP.

    Once you have the WAV files, copy to your computer and convert to your preferred format (like 160kbit MP3) using a converter
    This method will work for every DJ Max game (e.g DJMax 1, International, 2, Clazziquai Edition) and maybe other games too

    edit: Here's the song list and the extracted AT3 track numbers for black square:
    Code:
    Song List - Disc 1 - Black:
    75.at3 = 01 - Get Down - BJJ
    76.at3 = 02 - Colours of Sorrow - Tsukasa
    77.at3 = 03 - Dear my Lady - Oriental ST8
    78.at3 = 04 - I Want You - Lin-G
    79.at3 = 05 - Secret World - Sweetune
    80.at3 = 06 - Proposed, Flower, Wolf (Part 2) - Rex
    81.at3 = 07 - Sweet Shining Shooting Star - Croove
    82.at3 = 08 - Ruti'n - Bexter
    83.at3 = 09 - Lovely Hand - Planetboom
    84.at3 = 10 - Fever Pitch Girl - Nikacha
    85.at3 = 11 - Ask to Wind (Live Mix) - Forte Escape
    86.at3 = 12 - Y - ND Lee
    87.at3 = 13 - River Flow - Planetboom
    88.at3 = 14 - Jealousy - 3rd Coast
    89.at3 = 15 - Get Up - Croove
    90.at3 = 16 - Relation Again - Tsukasa & ESTi
    91.at3 = 17 - Ready Now - Ruby Tuesday
    92.at3 = 18 - Honeymoon - Humming Urban Stereo
    93.at3 = 19 - Yo Max - ND Lee
    94.at3 = 20 - Space of Soul - M2U
    95.at3 = 21 - Higher - Supbaby
    96.at3 = 22 - Nightmare - M2U
    97.at3 = 23 - Beat U Down - Makou
    
    Song List - Disc 2 - Square:
    98.at3 = 01 - Play the Future - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    99.at3 = 02 - Desperado - Croove
    100.at3 = 03 - Lover - ND Lee
    101.at3 = 04 - Heart of Witch - Rex
    102.at3 = 05 - Landscape - Tsukasa
    103.at3 = 06 - Stop - 3rd Coast
    104.at3 = 07 - PDM - Trish
    105.at3 = 08 - Keys to the World - Planetboom
    106.at3 = 09 - Fury - Sugar Donut
    107.at3 = 10 - The Last Dance - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    108.at3 = 11 - Melody - Bermei Inazawa
    109.at3 = 12 - Superlovely - Ear Breaker
    110.at3 = 13 - Shoreline - Oriental ST8
    111.at3 = 14 - In My Dream - ND Lee
    112.at3 = 15 - Cypher Gate - 7 Sequence
    113.at3 = 16 - Remember - Lin-G
    114.at3 = 17 - Grave Consequence - Tsukasa
    115.at3 = 18 - Real Over Drive - NieN
    116.at3 = 19 - Fermion - Makou
    117.at3 = 20 - Son of Sun - Hosoe Shinji
    118.at3 = 21 - DJMax - Humming Urban Stereo
    119.at3 = 22 - Divine Service - Electronic Boutique
    120.at3 = 23 - Voyage - Makou
    
    Song List - Disc 3 - Bling:
    121.at3 = 01 - Get Down (Extended Ver) - BJJ
    122.at3 = 02 - Colours Of Sorrow (Extended JAP Ver) - Tsukasa
    123.at3 = 03 - Secret World (Extended Ver) - Sweetune
    124.at3 = 04 - Supersonic (S4 League O.S.T Ver) - Planetboom
    125.at3 = 05 - Stop (Extended Ver) - 3rd Coast
    126.at3 = 06 - Hamsin (Extended Break Beat Ver) - Makou
    127.at3 = 07 - Airwave (Clazziquai Edition PV Ver) - Rex
    128.at3 = 08 - Title BGM (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    
    I'm not sure of the AT3 track numbers for these songs (I think tracks 67 to 74)
    09 - Club Tour BGM 1 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    10 - Club Tour BGM 2 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    11 - Club Tour BGM 3 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    12 - Club Tour BGM 4 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    13 - Club Tour BGM 5 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    14 - Club Tour BGM 6 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    15 - Club Tour BGM 7 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    16 - Club Tour BGM 8 (Mode) - Urbatronic Chopsticks
    Now THIS is what I'm looking for! A BIG THANKS TO YOU BRO!!!
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    wow android. you've outdone yourself again. thanks for all of this. im using ur way to extract wav files from dj max portable 2. i got around 500 something wav files though lol. man it'll be a hassle to convert them all since i dunno which are the soundtrack files. if you find any atract3plus decoders for pc let me know. until then ill stick with my psp to convert them. it takes too long though. still thanks for all of this.
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