25. marts 2017

How to export music/audio files from Unity 3D games (Android)

Have you been looking a way to export music files from Unity 3D games but you couldn't find out?
Well, you can export them easly using Unity Assets Bundle Extractor for Windows.

You can download Unity Assets Bundle Extractor from: https://7daystodie.com/forums/showthread.php?22675-Unity-Assets-Bundle-Extractor

You need 7-Zip to open APK and OBB file: http://www.7-zip.org/

Download the Android app/game from https://apkpure.com or other app store without a smartphone

Let's get started,

You need an APK/OBB of Unity 3D games. You can download it from 3rd party app store I mentioned
I'm using the game Santa Rockstar as an example.
Right click -> 7-Zip -> Open archive

Navigate to \assets\bin\Data\ to see if there assets size is bigger or not

Hmm... the assets file size is very small so we know it doesn't contain music/audio files. Close the 7-Zip

Open the OBB file and navigate to \assets\bin\Data\.
Woah! there are a lot of assets files.

Go back () and extract the Data folder.

Open Unity Assets Bundle Extractor, select File -> Open

Select all assets files and open it. It will take some time to load


The assets are loaded. Click Type twice to sort as type in ascending order and scroll down until to see AudioClips. They are music and audio files. Select them all, click Plugins and click OK.

Select the folder you want to export all the AudioClips

Enjoy listening to the music!

Tested games:
CSR Racing 2
Santa Rockstar

Pokemon Go

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