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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:13 am 

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These are files compressed with Zlib but I can't see to decompress them into a readable format.

I ran a Python script which tells me that the header is 9 Bytes. I have

02 01 63 62 64 2e 04 00 00 78

It's a compressed text file. There is actually a tool available with the games to decompress/export these files as text (.xml extension) already but it involes loading several hundred megabytes of data, even for a for < 1 KB file. I think that QuickBMS may be more efficient.

Attachment:
example.dbc.txt [242 Bytes]
Downloaded 6 times

The true file extension is .dbc but the forums wouldn't allow me to attach it.

There are more .dbc examples here: http://uploaded.net/file/2w99fykv


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 2:19 pm 
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Just use: offzip.exe file.dbc output.dat 9

But apparently you are not looking for a decompressor, rather a full modding tool.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:06 pm 

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It would seem so. A shame really.

I naively thought it would be as easy as uncompressing and opening it in notepad.

By the way, the .FMF format changed and your .bms file is not compatible.


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