New in this version (1.5.2:
New in the previous version (126.96.36.199):
What is Telltale Music Extractor?:
A program that enables you to rip the music from all games released by Telltale Games. To date (August 2016) that includes:
It may work with future games, but will need updating if the game is encrypted as the encryption key is different for every game.
What do I need to use this?:
Just the games themselves.
How to use it:
1) Click on the top folder icon and choose one of the games - the folder and correct music file will be found automatically. You can also click 'open folder' or 'open file' to choose yourself.
2) Click on the bottom folder icon and choose a destination folder.
3) Click Go.
4) If soundtrack dumping is available for a game then a messagebox will ask you if you want to dump as a soundtrack. See below for an explanation of what this means.
Some games are able to be dumped as 'soundtracks'. This means that the music will be dumped as though it were a soundtrack cd, with better filenames and tracknames, tags in the dumped music and (optionally) - album art.
Dumping as a soundtrack is optional and not available for every game. If its available then a messagebox will ask you if you want to dump the music as a soundtrack.
Creating soundtrack files:
Soundtrack support is activated by creating an .ini file and putting it in the 'Soundtracks' folder. At the moment only OGG files are supported for soundtracks, although support for MP3 and WAV files could be added if requested. The format is fairly straighforward and you can get an idea from looking at the included ini's but the following is a brief guide to the structure of a soundtrack ini file.
Each ini must have an [Info Header] section that will look something like this:
Title=Launch of the Screaming Narwhal
Album=Tales Of Monkey Island: Launch of the Screaming Narwhal
Coverart=Tales Of Monkey Island- Launch of the Screaming Narwhal.jpg
UniqueFile 1, 2 and 3 are used to automatically identify the game that the ini corresponds to. These 3 entries should be filenames that are unique and only appear together in that game.
Album, artist, year and genre are used to create the audio tags in the dumped files. Coverart is optional but should refer to the name of a coverart image in the 'Soundtracks' folder.
The rest of the entries will look something like this:
Title=Monkey Island Theme
The text between  should be the original filename of the track.
If there are tracks that need to be merged then they need to look like this:
The "File" entries are the original filenames of the tracks that need to be merged. So this example would merge the "jungle" track with the other 10 jungle files listed to make one track called "Flotsam Jungle".
Certain characters arent allowed in Windows filenames (/\:*?"|) so these are removed from filenames when dumping. They are included in the ID3/comment tags though.
There are two exceptions to this:
The forward slash character "/". If this is used then it becomes "-" in filenames. Eg "Title=Guybrush/Elaine Theme" would become Guybrush-Elaine Theme.ogg
The colon character ":". If this is used then it becomes " -" in filenames. Eg "Title=Chapter One: The Start" would become Chapter One - The Start.ogg
Limitations and bugs:
Until very recently each episode of a game stored its resources in separate folders. However some newer games store the resources for all episodes in the same folder. All games from The Wolf Among Us onwards do this. If you manually choose the game folder by clicking 'open folder' then the program cant know which episode you want. To fix - either choose the specific episode from the menu or choose 'open file' and select the individual file that you want to extract the music from.
The tool only rips music. If you want to rip speech then download Telltale Speech Extractor from my website.
Soundtrack files - at the moment only OGG files are supported for the soundtracks feature, although support for MP3 and WAV files could be added if requested.
Available from my Github.
To 3delite for the Ogg Vorbis and Opus Tag Library.
To Anders Jakobsen for his help with the FSB files.
To Daniel Gaussmann for his MP3FileUtils unit.
To Laserschwert for the soundtrack dumping idea and for providing the soundtrack support and album art for Tales of Monkey Island and Wallace and Gromit.
To Luigi Auriemma for his work on the V7 ttarch format and his updated blowfish code.
All my software is completely free. If you find this program useful please consider making a donation. This can be done on my website.