Something other than TexMod to rip PS2 textures?

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Post #1 · Posted at 2021-09-08 01:45:06pm 2.8 years ago

Offline Retroguy
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Not sure if this should go under "Graphics" or "Simulation Discussion..."

I recently used TexMod to try and rip noteskin textures from PS2 DDR games and, while TexMod works great most of the time, it had trouble specifically trying to rip the arrow graphics. From what I've seen, TexMod retrieves textures as they are drawn in real-time, so it has a mini fit while trying to read the arrow textures as they are constantly changing and they end up a little broken looking. On top of that, each texture has its own "slot" where it is stored in memory, and the arrows all try and take up the same slot.

Are there any other tools out there that I could use?
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