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Hey, I am new to this application and I was told that I could convert .fsb sound files to .wav, or any other sound file with this program. The only thing is, I have no idea what I am doing. I am trying to Convert some sound files from a game into a .wav format for my own personal use.

When ever I use the program and submit the file, and the directory it says there are no files to process.

Am I even using the right tool for converting? I could seriously use some help here. Thanks.

By the way, I am new to coding also: Just started from scratch learning visual basic so my knowledge with programming is very limited at the moment.

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Hi Rixile,

[quote:1ihqy9zc]Am I even using the right tool for converting? [/quote:1ihqy9zc]
Although you didn’t say what tool you’re talking about I’ll go ahead an assume it’s FSBank. FSBank is a tool for creating FSB (FMOD SoundBank) files from source files (.wav among others). We do not have any tools for extracting the sounds out of an FSB.

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For some reason, when I use the player to play a sound file nothing happens, and I can’t even open a sound file. When I try to add something the program crashes.

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We don’t provide any kind of sound player, I think there is some kind of misunderstanding here. 😕

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[quote="brett":7gu2zaim]we should probably add an fsbextract tool to our installer it is pretty easy to do.[/quote:7gu2zaim]

I want to extract from fsb into mp3 etc.

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Trying to make sense of this thread… I assume you’re trying to convert .fsb’s from an existing retail game into wavs for Mod purposes. There are a few tools floating around the internets that will do this for you, the best of which is FSBExt.

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[quote="JeffOfDeath":1r37qokh]Trying to make sense of this thread… I assume you’re trying to convert .fsb’s from an existing retail game into wavs for Mod purposes. There are a few tools floating around the internets that will do this for you, the best of which is FSBExt.[/quote:1r37qokh]

If I knew how to use fsbext properly. Unless the fsb files uses encryption, thats what comes up when I try. Says insert the needed keywork: type ? for viewing the hex dump of the first 176 bytes of the file because its possible to see part of the plain-text password in the encrypted file.

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If the FSB is password protected that means the creator of the intellectual property does not want you to have the access to their raw data. Please respect their wishes.

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Indeed. No h4x0ring.

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