Most of the Lucas Arts games I play, I bought in the old LucasArts Archives Vol. 1 & 3. I ripped them off the CDs, and have been playing them in SkummVM for years.
Now, I've got a question about Monkey Island 1. The versions I have I rip from my Monkey Island Madness CD in the Lucas Arts Archives Volume 3. Now, I simply rip the Monkey1 folder, which is 4.75 mb, and the Monkey 2 folder, which is 8.93 mb.
Now, I've seen posts such as this one saying Monkey Island 1 has CD audio.
I've also seen posts stating Monkey Island 1 has audio voices, is this true? Anyways, how can I rip the audio from my CD? The contents of the CD appears to just be those two small Monkey Island folders, a Curse of Monkey Island demo, and a Direct X folder.clem wrote:Monkey Island 1 uses CD Audio,
Monkey Island 2 doesn't
rip the audio tracks from CD to mp3/ogg/flac and put them alongside the datafiles on your hd
README or forum search give more information on that
What's the deal? Thanks.
Ok, I've found the 24 audio tracks by opening up the CD in Windows Media Player. What I find odd is how in Windows Explorer it didn't list the CD audio tracks. Is that because it's a mixed data/audio disc? It's almost like the tracks are hidden.
So, now via Windows Media Player, I just rip the tracks? I've read that ripping them to Mp3 can slow the game down? How can I simply copy the direct Wav files, when I can't see them in Explorer?
And, this is just for Monkey Island 1, correct? Monkey Island 2 doesn't have CD audio?
Man, it is funny that after many years of having this disc, I haven't been using the CD audio.