How To Convert Xwb Audio Files Into Listenable Music?
Posted 27 May 2010 - 03:27 AM
So far, I've used a modded xbox to rip the xwb audio files from the xbox game "The Warriors".
I have the data on my computer hdd. I just need a way to convert those xwb files into something like wav, mp3, flac, or whatever.
I downloaded several xwb converters, but the result was either, 1 xwb file produced a thousand 1 second long wav files, or the xwb file was converted into a single adpcm file.
I looked for an adpcm file converter, but none of the converters worked. I downloaded this link:
But when I tried to install it, I got a notpad message saying:
AdvancedINF = 2.5, "Your setup subsystem is outdated. Please install IE 3.01 or greater."
I would be very grateful for anyone's help!!
Posted 27 May 2010 - 09:36 AM
Apparently audio codecs are arranged differently on Vista.
So I tried the the xbadpcm codec out on my older XP computer, and it installed fine, and I was able to follow the audio codec directions.
Also, due to my ignorance I didn't realize that the xwb converter EkszBox-ABX 1.6 works perfectly fine. Most of the output files (1 xwb file turned into 1000 .wav files) are indeed 1 second long, but a few are several minutes long. So there you go.
On my XP computer, I used dBpowerAMP Music Converter to convert the xbox .wav (which were spit out by the EkszBox-ABX xwb file converter) into mp3s and it translated perfectly.
So, my new questions are these: Is it possible to properly install the xbadpcm codec on Vista? And how do I access the true names of the audio files? I don't want to be stuck with a bunch of nameless mp3s.
Edited by vibezone, 27 May 2010 - 09:38 AM.
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