I must say this was pretty sneaky, overall useless, but very sneaky of them to do. Heres to good luck when the sound when I get back home (or on friday if I am too sleepy when I get home). Night, and good luck.
Sigh, I tried four seperate hex editors, every single one crashed my pc when I tried to cut the data of the previous video. On some I can safely delete it, but when I cut it (to paste it in a new blank file, dont forget its made up of several seperate movies) it always instantly freezes my pc. Suggestions anyone? Or anyone know a good Hex Eidtor for Win98 that can cut LARGE chuinks of data (20 to 50 megs) and paste them in blank files? (And preferably lets you search in ASCII mode)
All Windows hex editors I've seen have made a copy of the file you want to edit either on startup or when you save. If the file is big this takes an eternity. I have edited CD images with Hex Workshop and lots of patience, but under W2K. (Oh, if someone would port khexedit to Windows..)
You could also make a program that reads foo bytes starting from offset bar and writes them to file baz. You can use the hex editor you have to get the offsets and extents.
Heh, didnt completely understand that actually but it looks like you basically told the program to dump that chunk out into a new file one section at a time by defining each chunk one by one right?
And was you able to get the sound? Personally I am actually happy they included the intro in the beginning because now I can compare it with the real intro and see what the differences if any are in case theres no sound.
I just extracted the video only of the intro they put in the beginning, even though it is the same intro the file is 18 megs less, I am guessing the sound is either stored somewhere else in the file or in a different file altogether. This will make things much harder, especially if we cant find any hints of where the sound is stored >.<
Yep, I just extracted them all. The video is fine but completely soundless. The ending seems to have different versions depending who was with you or how well you did. I guess that explains why its cut up.
The intro file in the ending is 18 megs while the original intro is like 26 megs, Looks like it loads the sound from elsewhere unless its super-hidden in the file.