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CFC.DIG
#1
Hello , I do not know if this is the right place for me to ask this, but anyway , I was wondering if anyone know of a program to open the CFC.DIG file , From Racjin games like: Naruto uzumakii chronicles 1 and 2 , bleach blade battlers 2, Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir.
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#2
afaik most of racjin games use the adx codec for the videos and audio files, so you should be able to easily extract/convert them with the cube media player.
But if you mean "open" like actually opening the file... i don't know. You could ask the people at xentax.com
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#3
(06-04-2016, 05:38 PM)rudolfarch Wrote: afaik most of racjin games use the adx codec for the videos and audio files, so you should be able to easily extract/convert them with the cube media player.
But if you mean "open" like actually opening the file... i don't know. You could ask the people at xentax.com

Ok man , Tnx for the Reply, i will ask in xentax.
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#4
A hex editor should be able to open any file.
What do you expect to find in the files?
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#5
(06-04-2016, 07:37 PM)Silversonic Wrote: A hex editor should be able to open any file.
What do you expect to find in the files?

I don't know maybe there is audio files, textures or characters model

but I do not know how I will do to open or extract the files with hex editor
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#6
It's not easy to get something usefull out of the files. If you know which format was used for the textures / audio files etc, then you have something to look for. But even then it's a lot of trial and error until you find something to extract.
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(06-04-2016, 10:12 PM)Silversonic Wrote: It's not easy to get something usefull out of the files. If you know which format was used for the textures / audio files etc, then you have something to look for. But even then it's a lot of trial and error until you find something to extract.

Hey, can you help me with that?
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#8
Sorry, i'm not bored enough to do something like that and i don't have much time either. If you want to practice, you can open a memcard file with a hex editor and try to find the the start and end positions of one save. That's easy compered to a file which contents are completely unknown.
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#9
(06-04-2016, 11:52 PM)Silversonic Wrote: Sorry, i'm not bored enough to do something like that and i don't have much time either. If you want to practice, you can open a memcard file with a hex editor and try to find the the start and end positions of one save. That's easy compered to a file which contents are completely unknown.

Ah , Ok , will practice
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#10
Good luck.
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