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    Default Extracting PSP Audio from ISO

    Hello folks,

    I've been trying to extract audio from my PSP game (Fu-un Shinsengumi). Most of the tutorials here, they say that I need to find the at3 files, but the iso only have a few folders containing .BND, .BIN, .SFO files.
    Does anybody knows how do I do this ? Please, help me...

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    It just uses a different format so can't be done unless someone has come up with custom tools for that exact game, I am not aware of anyone creating tools just for this game though so you may be out of luck

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    Oh...Ok then. Thank you very much for answering me.

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