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  Grand Thef Auto - San Andreas - music extractor
GTA: San Andreas Radio Extractor v1.0
Made for & by Grand Theft AG (http://GTA.AG.RU)
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This program was made for just one purpose:
extracting music from radio stations of San Andreas (PC version only).
It uses the "Fire & Forget" ideology and is very easy to use.
Run it, select a destination folder for extracted tracks
and press the "Extract" button.

Program features:
-----------------

* Automatic search for stream files (in local folders and CD/DVD drives,
including virtual discs);
* The ability to select the destination folder for extracted tracks;
* Automatic moving of radio files to corresponding stations folders;
* Automatic renaming of tracks with proper names of songs and artists;
* Automatic merging of music chunks
(special options for DJ-style mixing are available);
* Automatic generation of WinAmp-compatible playlists (.m3u).
* Possibility to create one music file for each station.

What will you need?
-------------------

* A preferably untampered installation of GTA: San Andreas
(PC version only);
* Approx. 600 Mb of free space on your hard drive;
* A player capable of playing back OGG Vorbis music files.
Try WinAmp (www.winamp.com), but not Light - Full or Pro versions only.

Ack! It doesn't work!
---------------------

There are several possible reasons:

* No information about the installed game was found in Windows registry.
Re-install the game.
* There is no GTA:SA DVD in your drive.
Insert the disc and run the program again.
* The program was run not from the GTA:SA folder.
Run the program from the game folder.

If all these steps fail, well:
we guess you'll have to buy the soundtrack, then.


I've set the "No DJ" music option, but I can
still hear DJ speaking in SF-UR tracks. Why?
--------------------------------------------
Because there are no "clean" files for this station in game resources,
only with DJ chatter included. So bear with it.


Who made this proggy?
---------------------

The whole idea and features set were done by Zombiek (zombiek@ag.ru),
he's also The One who can answer your emails if you have any questions.


Copyright (C) 2005, Grand Theft AG, http://GTA.AG.RU

The OGG codes is included or can be downloaded from http://www.illiminable.com/ogg/

download the file: gtsamusicex.zip

(to unpack archives use: WinZip,WinAce, WinRar)

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