Member Since June 2004
i think you must've misunderstood me. you CAN have it convert to mp3 automatically. just checkmark the "audio codec" box and choose your mp3 codec, it should extract the ss2 to wavs, then convert them to mp3 automatically.
every PS2 disc scanner program out there can detect different types of PS2 sound files [or else we'd only need one ]. apparently PSound doesn't detect SS2 files.
i was actually able to get ahold of Onimusha Blade Warriors (a friend had it), and while i had no luck with MFAudio (which supposedly DOES work with SS2's), PSX Multi Converter actually found 257 audio files! (including some MIDI type music files). many of these were cutscenes (i could tell), but wasn't sure, maybe that's what you're looking for? PSXMC only extracts to WAV (and MIDI, obviously), but again you can always bulk convert to mp3 with dbPowerAMP. also, i'm not aware of any other program out there that can rip MIDI-type files from PS2 games.
PSXMC also lets you preview the songs BEFORE converting them. interestingly enough, the first 110 files appear to be staticky (i remembered you saying that after 109 in CMP2 you started hearing static), so maybe those are "dummy" files to just fill space, or maybe PSXMC picks up the ones that CMP2 missed. coincidentally, i've not been able to get Cube to convert ANY of the files it found to wav AT ALL! not sure if i missed a step or not. gonna go over it again...we WILL get this thing solved!
thank you for sticking with me through this.
Wait...theres more then 2 ripping tool programs?! since when?! please give me links to all of them each one has a different result as you could tell already.
did the staticy ones sound the same as the one i showed you? It just seems weird that for dummy files they each have their own set of length times.