TPF Extract Utility

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TPF Extract Utility

Postby madden07eurocat » Fri May 19, 2017 3:00 am

I need to start this out by saying that no one should be unpacking a tpf without permission to do so from the creator of the tpf. It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway, that credit needs to be given to the creator of a tpf should you decide to use part of there tpf in your tpf. Its only right to do so! If it weren't for all the wonderful talented people in this community, I wouldn't be able to put custom content in my video journal, so THANK YOU!!

TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are the components used in this tutorial to unpack tpf files. A link is available on this site at http://www.footballidiot.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=18332. Look under the Utililities section toward the bottom.

TPFextractGUI.exe is a simple GUI for TPFextract.exe. Much like Calhoupe's Scripts and TexMod, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are simple executable applications which don't require any installation and require negligible resources and time to use.

Instructions

1. Following the dowload link above, you'll want to unzip at least the two .exe components, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe, to the same filder on your hard drive. Wherever you would like it to be.
2. Now that TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exeare together in the same directory, Run TPFextractGUI.exe.
3. TPFextractGUI.exe will open. It is a very basic GUI, with a few bottoms labeled "Browse" and "Extract". Select "Browse" in order to choose the .tpf on your hard drive which you would like to extract, or "unpack", the contents of. when you have chosen your .tpf you will see its contents listed for you on the screen.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 1.PNG

4. If the files listed are the ones you desire to extract (unpack), click "Extract" now. You will be asked where the contents should be extracted to on you hard drive.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 2.PNG


Congratulations, you have successfully extracted a .tpf with TPFextract!
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Re: TPF Extract Utility

Postby 1312qohelet » Fri May 19, 2017 5:33 am

madden07eurocat wrote:I need to start this out by saying that no one should be unpacking a tpf without permission to do so from the creator of the tpf. It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway, that credit needs to be given to the creator of a tpf should you decide to use part of there tpf in your tpf. Its only right to do so! If it weren't for all the wonderful talented people in this community, I wouldn't be able to put custom content in my video journal, so THANK YOU!!

TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are the components used in this tutorial to unpack tpf files. A link is available on this site at http://www.footballidiot.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=18332. Look under the Utililities section toward the bottom.

TPFextractGUI.exe is a simple GUI for TPFextract.exe. Much like Calhoupe's Scripts and TexMod, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are simple executable applications which don't require any installation and require negligible resources and time to use.

Instructions

1. Following the dowload link above, you'll want to unzip at least the two .exe components, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe, to the same filder on your hard drive. Wherever you would like it to be.
2. Now that TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exeare together in the same directory, Run TPFextractGUI.exe.
3. TPFextractGUI.exe will open. It is a very basic GUI, with a few bottoms labeled "Browse" and "Extract". Select "Browse" in order to choose the .tpf on your hard drive which you would like to extract, or "unpack", the contents of. when you have chosen your .tpf you will see its contents listed for you on the screen.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 1.PNG
4. If the files listed are the ones you desire to extract (unpack), click "Extract" now. You will be asked where the contents should be extracted to on you hard drive.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 2.PNG

Congratulations, you have successfully extracted a .tpf with TPFextract!

This is very cool, eurocat....nice work.

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Re: TPF Extract Utility

Postby Kevin5455 » Fri May 19, 2017 12:00 pm

madden07eurocat wrote:I need to start this out by saying that no one should be unpacking a tpf without permission to do so from the creator of the tpf. It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway, that credit needs to be given to the creator of a tpf should you decide to use part of there tpf in your tpf. Its only right to do so! If it weren't for all the wonderful talented people in this community, I wouldn't be able to put custom content in my video journal, so THANK YOU!!

TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are the components used in this tutorial to unpack tpf files. A link is available on this site at http://www.footballidiot.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=18332. Look under the Utililities section toward the bottom.

TPFextractGUI.exe is a simple GUI for TPFextract.exe. Much like Calhoupe's Scripts and TexMod, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe are simple executable applications which don't require any installation and require negligible resources and time to use.

Instructions

1. Following the dowload link above, you'll want to unzip at least the two .exe components, TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exe, to the same filder on your hard drive. Wherever you would like it to be.
2. Now that TPFextract.exe and TPFextractGUI.exeare together in the same directory, Run TPFextractGUI.exe.
3. TPFextractGUI.exe will open. It is a very basic GUI, with a few bottoms labeled "Browse" and "Extract". Select "Browse" in order to choose the .tpf on your hard drive which you would like to extract, or "unpack", the contents of. when you have chosen your .tpf you will see its contents listed for you on the screen.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 1.PNG
4. If the files listed are the ones you desire to extract (unpack), click "Extract" now. You will be asked where the contents should be extracted to on you hard drive.
5-18-17 TPFextract tutorial 2.PNG

Congratulations, you have successfully extracted a .tpf with TPFextract!


Thanks eurocat!!! This is really helpful :D


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