>> Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Interesting news arrived today that 'cdifan', the author of our loved CD-i Emulator, will release a stand-alone CD-i File Player at some point. This will give you the opportunity to extract audio files of a CD-i disc and other files, like graphics. CD-i discs have sound files with the extension [.rtr]. Especially ripping the soundtrack has been asked often by CD-i people as some games have great music like Burn:Cycle, Litil Divil and Lost Eden. This application would be able to help. Cdifan: "It's certainly possibly to extract audio from CD-i real-time files (which is what the .rtr files are), but not really very easy. I don't know if there are public tools in existence. Of course CD-i Emulator contains all the necessary functionality and I will probably release a stand-alone "CD-i File Player" at some point."