if Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) will record it if you play it. Then save it as .wav or .mp3. It works for streaming audio from the net. Should work for everything that flows through the soundcard.
I'm afraid it's not purely digital, because the program records the analog variant. But it will be good enough.
Hope this helps.
The game Descent 3 (?ancient? I know) has two intro movies before the game menu loads.
One, titled ?Dolby1? and the other titled ?Intro?.
Both intro movies contain awesome music tracks, music I would love to be able to listen to without having to always load the game.
The ?Dolby1? file is a MV8 file.
The ?Intro? file is a MVE file.
I have tried opening both with several applications including Windows Media Player, iTunes, Quicktime and InterVideo WinDVD and none of them can access the files and run them.
Does anyone happen to know of any applications that may be able to convert and/or run these files, so I can perhaps rip the music to my hard drive?
My computer system basics:
Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS