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How to get Custom Soundtrack in Dragon ball Raging Blast 2/1

Discussion in 'PlayStation 3 Software Mods' started by Kishan Nathan, May 12, 2019.

  1. Kishan Nathan

    Kishan Nathan Member

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    SO first of all you'll need DKZ Studio, PES sound file converter, and AFS File Explorer. The links are below:
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    Now that you have all those programs it is time to start the tut.
    Step 1: Open AFS Explorer and click file then press import and then locate your st_pack_sound_pt_ps3. Important to note is that you only need AFS to listen to the audio.
    Step 2: Open DKZ Studio and open your sound file. Go to pg 23. The game music is from 22,432 to 22,455 inclusive. Now go back on AFS Explorer and go to the same music file and use the music player to listen to them if you want.
    Step 3: Run PES Sound File Converter. Add your mp3 files. On the next screen turn on loop. Choose where it will save the files. Now press convert.
    Step 4: Go back to DKZ Studio and right click on the music file you want to change and press import. Find your .adx file that you just converted and press open. If a a dialog box appears press si. When you are done just save it and transfer it over to your ps3.



     
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    I can't replace the files, when I import to AFS Explorer there's a lot of files called A, J and U and when I try with DKZ there's on 3 files named A, J and U.
     
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    Could you reply with a screenshot of what's happening?
     
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    And also do you have the kenji yamamoto soundtrack or the budokai tenkaichi 2/3 soundtrack?You can know if the intro movie has a Japanese person singing that is Kenji but if it is different it is tenkaichi.
     
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    I'm working with RB1

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    I'll get back to you when I figure this out.
     
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    Ok when you opened it for the first time in AFS did it ask you to update the file and did you press yes or no.
     
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