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need help ripping sonic colors models
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when I ripped the iso and extracted the game files for sonic colors, I found these files
https://imgur.com/oZNjDBk.png
what are these file formats and how do I extract them?
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Hiya marioandsonicfan04!

All of Sonic Color's assets are stored within that "sonic2010_0.cpk" file seen in the screenshot you provided.
In order to extract the files from it, use the QuickBMS script below (tested and it works fine for me).
From there, you'll get a bunch of ".arc" files, and you can use a tool like BrawlBox to extract the files from those.
Also, in case you weren't already aware, the Models Resource has a Sonic Colors page with tons of models, you'll most likely be able to find what you need there!

Hope this helps, cheers!~

cpk.bms
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Various PSX Soundtracks
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(02-24-2019, 12:25 PM)Resistiv Wrote: Hiya marioandsonicfan04!

All of Sonic Color's assets are stored within that "sonic2010_0.cpk" file seen in the screenshot you provided.
In order to extract the files from it, use the QuickBMS script below (tested and it works fine for me).
From there, you'll get a bunch of ".arc" files, and you can use a tool like BrawlBox to extract the files from those.
Also, in case you weren't already aware, the Models Resource has a Sonic Colors page with tons of models, you'll most likely be able to find what you need there!

Hope this helps, cheers!~

cpk.bms

thanks, but how do I use the script
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You have to use aluigi's QuickBMS program (https://aluigi.altervista.org/quickbms.htm). First, you open the application, then select the script, then the file(s) you are targeting, and then an output folder.
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Various PSX Soundtracks
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(04-15-2019, 05:14 PM)Resistiv Wrote: You have to use aluigi's QuickBMS program (https://aluigi.altervista.org/quickbms.htm). First, you open the application, then select the script, then the file(s) you are targeting, and then an output folder.

is the script safe
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Yes, the script is safe, I have used it many times before.
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(04-21-2019, 07:07 AM)Resistiv Wrote: Yes, the script is safe, I have used it many times before.

I used it and got tons of arc files and I opened sonic with brawlbox
[Image: FM2aaDG.png]

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I am not able to find tails
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(04-25-2019, 07:26 AM)marioandsonicfan04 Wrote: I am not able to find tails
He only appears in pre-rendered cutscenes, he has no model in-game.
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