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  1. Hey guys! Hello! Check out this interesting article that I spent 3 days on! I would be very grateful if you try! Thanks!
  2. https://forum.xentax.com/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=10347 - from here I took information https://www.reddit.com/r/battlefield3/comments/iirpeg/battlefield_3_audio_files_extract_sound_files/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 - also my article on another forum
  3. This is a .zip archive with the necessary files to extract sounds from BF3 (attach additionally) BF3 SOUND EXTRACT.zip
  4. Hello! I can help you extract audio files from the current version of Battlefield 3! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) To do this, you need to download the following scripts for Python 2.7.4 (x86), and Python 2.7.4 (x86) itself from my links! (you need exactly the version of Python x86, because scripts will not work on another version!) https://www.mediafire.com/file/o45uvkyilhfi78r/BF3_SOUND_EXTRACT.zip/file - there are all scripts for extracting audio files from battlefield 3. 2) https://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.4/python-2.7.4.msi - here you download the working version of Python 2.7.4 (x86). 3) 1 step: install Python 2.7.4 (x86) from here (this is important, otherwise the scripts will not work!) - https://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.4/python-2.7.4.msi 2 step: After installing Python 2.7.4 (X86), you need to unzip the downloaded BF3 SOUND EXTRACT archive. 3 step: You need to hammer in the search for Windows: IDLE (Python GUI), click on it and run! 4 step: After starting IDLE (Python GUI), you need to click on "File", then click on "Open" and select the dumper.py script (it is important that the dumper.py script is in the same folder as sbtoc.py and Bundle.py, otherwise python 2.7.4 will give an error: "sbtoc module not found") 5 step: After you open the dumper.py script, you need to adjust the path to the game and press the F5 key on the keyboard. After that, we wait 1-2 hours to extract files from the game Battlefield 3! 6 step: When the extraction of Battlefield 3 files has finished, you need to open a folder called "2 step) .chunks + .exb = wav" and run a script called "bf3decoder.py" to adjust the path on your hard drive and press F5 again! Here you have to wait 3-4 hours, because all the audio files from the game in .wav format weigh about 24.7 GB 7 step: We are happy, now you have all the audio files from the game battlefield 3, GOOD LUCK! Note: don't be alarmed if the Python GUI will write something like "chunk not found". Just ignore this entry and wait until the end. If you did everything correctly, the total file size should be about 24.7 GB
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