Exporting UT3 Sounds - How?

Discussion in 'Gaming Technical Support' started by Fulla, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. Fulla

    Fulla Evil Overlord

    I just though I'd ask here, on the odd chance that someone would know:
    - How to export ut3 sounds?
    - Have a link to somewhere that explains how?

    I've tried the editor & although their is an 'export' button it doesn't work/won't let you export sounds.
    So any suggestions

    thx
    Sorry if its a bit un-war3 related, but I do want to import them into a war3 map :thup:
  2. Romek

    Romek Super Moderator Staff Member

    What's UT3?
  3. Flare

    Flare Stops copies me! Staff Member

    This tool might help (I can't find a way to export the sounds from the UnrealEd itself though since, apparently, you can't export stuff from a cooked package :()
    Thread link
    (And another, just incase the above doesn't work for any reason)
    Backup link

    Unreal Tournament 3 :p
  4. MurderMode

    MurderMode Giving new meaning to co-op... slowly

    Unreal Tournament 3. That's not a world editor question, you would be better off looking for a UT modding site for help with exporting them. Most likely the sounds will be inside some kind of game pack file, like war 3's .mpq's. You will have to find the software that can open UT3's specific game pack and then export the sound. From there you might need to then convert the sound file from whatever it is to mp3 or wav so that it can be imported into War3.
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  5. Fulla

    Fulla Evil Overlord

    Thx for the responses.

    @Flare, yea both of those links I also google'd, I couldn't figure out how to get the program working thou.

    @MurderMode, yea theirs an editor, but won't let you extract.

    I've done alot of google'ing, but the problem is most UT3 fans have no need to EXTRACT things from UT3, to sue in say warcraft, so there is little activity in that department.
    So I'm hoping a war3 guy just by chance may have tried it?
  6. Slapshot136

    Slapshot136 Divide et impera

    you could use a recording program and under sound options turn off everything besides what you want
  7. Fulla

    Fulla Evil Overlord

    Interesting, I never thought of that.
    Could you recommend a good recording programn?
  8. Sil3nt

    Sil3nt SUP?

    I think Audacity has the option to record sounds. If you can't find anything then just use the default sound recorder (accessories-entertainment). If course after that you'll need to trim out the sound itself. You can do that in Audacity too, and then export it.
  9. Slapshot136

    Slapshot136 Divide et impera

    i use total recorder but any of them should work really
  10. Sevion

    Sevion The DIY Ninja

    What about the UPK Unpacker thing or whatever? I think I used that to extract some sounds before. I don't have it with me as it's on a backup cd and that cd just so happens to not be with me. If I can find the cd, I'll upload it (after testing if it works with UT3)

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