Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#31 Post by Mikhoul » Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:53 pm

tactictoe wrote:
Midas wrote:
I am Baas wrote:Your expectations for Bvckup 2?
  • Now, that particular one would fare pretty well as a TPFC recommended program, even in beta state... :mrgreen:
If you can be sure it will make it to final, yes I agree here.

Still I tested it and it works fine for me but some unusual application hanging. Then I found the guilty, and it concerns me. I use Bitdefender Internet Security 2015 and it freezes the software from time to time without throwing false alert or alert at all.

Have all a nice day.

Just put an exception to bitdefender 2015: http://www.bitdefender.com/support/how- ... -1307.html

Regards :)

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#32 Post by tactictoe » Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:21 pm

Just put an exception to bitdefender 2015: http://www.bitdefender.com/support/how- ... -1307.html
Thanks for the tip, but already done. :wink:

I am following this software from version to version with great attention. I am pretty sure this would be a major contender to 7zip (which is still as for now my favourite extractor). Thanks for the catch. And thanks to the developer to join in.

Always nice to be able to talk to them freely and having an answer.
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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#33 Post by tactictoe » Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:38 pm

Stumble on this: http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2016/02/keep- ... -bvckup-2/ which has nothing to do with the software of this topics (the extractor), but the name attract my attention as bvckup 2 name was mentioned here. :shock:

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#34 Post by SYSTEM » Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:38 am

tactictoe wrote:
Midas wrote:
I am Baas wrote:Your expectations for Bvckup 2?
  • Now, that particular one would fare pretty well as a TPFC recommended program, even in beta state... :mrgreen:
If you can be sure it will make it to final, yes I agree here.
Bvckup 2 did make it to final. It's just that the released versions are payware. The developer chose a business model that the Bvckup 2 beta versions are free but do not receive any further bug fixes or improvements. If you want to enjoy the changes the developer has made since then, or just support the author financially, then you should buy the stable version.
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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#35 Post by tactictoe » Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:57 am

@system
Thanks for the Info.
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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#36 Post by Midas » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:27 am

tactictoe wrote:I use Bitdefender Internet Security 2015 and it freezes the software from time to time without throwing false alert or alert at all. Then it permits the software to resume.
Mikhoul wrote:Just put an exception to bitdefender 2015: http://www.bitdefender.com/support/how- ... -1307.html
  • Good info, thanks for sharing. 8)

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#37 Post by webfork » Sun Feb 28, 2016 2:49 pm

Edit: the program interface actually says that it's focused on the extraction of audio and video from common video files so the following audio file tests (M4A, WMA, and MP3) aren't meaningful. The WMV and MP4 files are still good tests.

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So I ran a few tests on the decompression with media (and a few other files):

WIN
  • M4A - (AAC audio) - worked great
  • DOCX, ODT - worked the same as when decompressing with 7-zip. 98% of users would never do this, but there are some neat things you can do, including data recovery of corrupt data, real compression (above standard zip), and pulling out embedded files.
LOSE
  • MP3 - The program doesn't appear to work with MP3 files. I tried several and submitted something via the program's bug report interface.
  • WMV and WMA - no luck, similar results to MP3 with two very old WMV and WMA files (VLC reports they were created with Windows Media 9 and Windows Media Audio 2 respectively)
  • MP4 - it just extracted to a .h264 file of the same size, I'm guessing pulling it out of the "container" format, rather than really decompressing. This may be intentional, I don't know.
== Probably bad tests ==
  • BIN - no luck
  • MPG - appears to just copy over the file and extract the audio, but this may have been a bad test as the only MPG file I had was without audio or mute

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#38 Post by Userfriendly » Tue Oct 25, 2016 4:57 pm

2.0.0 Beta 4 now available.
https://github.com/Bioruebe/UniExtract2/releases
Beta 4 is planned to be the last beta version before the final release. It adds support for
several new installer types, a new context menu entry 'Extract to last used directory',
improved user interface, a statistics display and multiple bugfixes.

Added support for InstallAware installers
Added support for .gif and apng files (FFMPEG)
Added support for Enigma Virtual Box executables using EnigmaVB unpacker (plugin)
Added support for Ghost Installer Studio installers
Added support for Smart Install Maker installers (plugin)
Added lessmsi for improved support for .msi files
Added statistics GUI
Added status box when moving/copying unicode files to temp directory
Added timeout to some scan functions to prevent delays caused by unresponsive helper binaries
Added extraction to last used directory command line option and context menu
Changed forcing a single instance and auto-adding is now disabled if the extraction
is already finished and only the result message box is opened
Changed unicode path logic: file is now copied instead of moved if it is on a different
drive than the temp directory
Changed status box design
Fixed multiple error messages being displayed on failed update check
Fixed update message display problem
Fixed possible problems when entering relative paths in main GUI input fields
Fixed extraction not working when file directory contains unicode characters and
there is not enough free space on the drive containing the temp folder
Fixed free space check not taking unicode file moving into account
Fixed .sit extraction
Fixed crash when trying to extract wise installers
Fixed swf extraction ignoring some images and sounds
Updated language files for Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Italian
Removed DMGExtractor and replaced it with 7z
Updated 7zip to 16.04
Updated ExeInfoPE to 0.0.4.3
Updated fsbext to 0.3.5
Updated innounp to 0.46
Updated QuickBMS to 0.7.5
Updated ttarchext to 0.2.10

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Re: Universal Extractor 2.0.0 Beta 4

#39 Post by smaragdus » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:12 pm

Universal Extractor 2 version 2.0.0 Beta 4 failed to extract the two MSI installers I tested it with.

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#40 Post by webfork » Sun Oct 30, 2016 3:24 pm

So this Universal Extractor update has been going strong for some time now, the author is responsive, and it's both improving in terms of features and extraction capability. I'm interested in starting to take this program on as a standard for the site but a few things would have to take place here:
  • Actually download and build the program to verify it's status. As a non-developer I need some help doing that.
  • Setup a monthly download. This is no problem to include in a broader monthly backup process I'm already running.
  • Make sure everyone's okay with that. So please speak up if you think this is a bad idea.
Initially we'll just start listing the program in the FAQ alongside the current Uniextract listing and then at some point in the following 6 months switch over to that program and list the original merely as a reference.

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#41 Post by Userfriendly » Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:51 am

Run updater to download MSI bugfix.
Beta 4b is a bugfix update adressing failing msi extractions

Fixed msi extraction when UniExtract is installed in a directory, which contains spaces
Fixed progress indicator for msi extractions
Fixed rare error opening changelog after update
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What do you mean by build the program? compiling it? Just download the uniextract source zip and download AutoIt. Run Aut2Exe on the .au3 script files. https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/do ... mpiler.htm. Source doesn't include the 3rd party binaries that's in the bin folder though.

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#42 Post by bitcoin » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:36 am

is it just me or this program doesnt auto-update the various modules like innounp?

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#43 Post by SYSTEM » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:52 am

bitcoin wrote:
Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:36 am
is it just me or this program doesnt auto-update the various modules like innounp?
Bioruebe has implemented ability to update the files individually, but hasn't yet released any version with that feature.
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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#44 Post by bitcoin » Wed Jul 04, 2018 12:24 pm

SYSTEM wrote:
Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:52 am
Bioruebe has implemented ability to update the files individually, but hasn't yet released any version with that feature.
thx, will be a good improvement

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Re: Universal Extractor Update (Bioruebe version)

#45 Post by lintalist » Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:58 am

2.0.0 RC 1 (August 3rd 2018) available https://github.com/Bioruebe/UniExtract2/releases

Release Candidate 1 comes with a new updater, support for many new file types and lots of bug fixes and improvements.
  • Added support for wix installers
  • Added support for Spoon installers
  • Added support for .rpgmvp files
  • Added support for .utage files
  • Added support for MDF image files
  • Added support for Smacker video files
  • Added support for ECM compressed disk images
  • Added support for swf executables
  • Added support for OGG Vorbis audio files
  • Added support for Mole Box executables
  • Added support for NScripter version 2 archives using ns2dec
  • Added support for Smile Game Builder archives
  • Added support for UNC paths
  • Added support for Lzip archives
  • Added support for Visionaire game archives
  • Added 'Open Log Directory' menu item
  • Added 'Open Configuration File' menu item
  • Added detection support for encrypted fsb files
  • Added check on start to make sure a language file exists
  • Added Right to left UI mirroring for Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew; thanks to peterooch
  • Added new error messages: not enough free disk space, missing part for multipart archives
  • Fixed MS SFX hotfix extraction
  • Fixed 'Open folder after extraction' being always disabled when UniExtract is opened with command line parameters
  • Fixed cleanup for .chm and EnigmaVB files
  • Fixed error message after failed iso extraction: choices were mixed-up
  • Fixed missing file type information in NOTPACKED error message for FFMPEG extraction
  • Fixed missing packer name in unpack prompt
  • Fixed extractors not being found on some systems
  • Fixed pea extraction writing to wrong directory
  • Fixed cascading context menu for supported Windows Server operating system versions
  • Fixed 'Always on top' option not being saved
  • Fixed endless detection loop occuring for some .exe files
  • Fixed missing minimize controls
  • Fixed status box for .swf extraction
  • Fixed extraction being detected as failed if the output directory is a drive, not a folder
  • Fixed FFMPEG download/installation problems
  • Fixed progress display performance in status box and pattern detection
  • Fixed certain files being ignored by cleanup function
  • Fixed crash when trying to open preferences GUI if /lang directory does not exist
  • Fixed log files size display in file menu, if log directory is set to a location, which does not exist
  • Fixed DGCA plugin installation
  • Fixed language selection list not being scrollable
  • Fixed some context menu GUI items not being translated after language change
  • Fixed 'Not an InstallShield installer' option in MethodSelector not starting additional scans
  • Fixed output directory not being deleted after failed extraction (unicode mode only)
  • Fixed video extraction failing for files starting with -
  • Fixed error message when starting batch mode
  • Changed feedback GUI design, removed unneeded input fields
  • Changed feedback GUI to always pre-fill output field
  • Changed .nrg extraction method to use 7zip for improved unicode support
  • Changed .arj extraction to use 7z instead of arj
  • Changed .hlp extraction: improved logging, localized file name
  • Changed extraction to subdirectory: "."-character is now replaced to prevent collisions with existing files
  • Changed updater: each file is now updated on its own instead of using update packages, this way extractors can be updated much easier and faster; administrator rights are now only necessary if the program directory cannot be written to
  • Changed plugin download: URLs are no longer hardcoded; instead they are requested from the server, so when something goes offline UniExtract does not have to be updated to fix the link
  • Replaced Unreal Engine package extractor with Umodel
  • Removed redundant 64-bit MediaInfo dll
  • Removed option to toggle support for game packages from settings GUI
  • Updated 7zip to 18.01
  • Updated EnigmaVB unpacker to 0.44, changed logic to use new command line parameter
  • Updated Exeinfo PE to 0.0.5.0
  • Updated unrar to 5.50
  • Updated unrpa to 1.5.2
  • Updated TrID to 2.24
  • Updated unshield to 1.4
  • Updated FFMPEG to 4.0.2
  • Updated innounp to 0.47
  • Updated Bulgarian translation, thanks to Jekov J.K.
  • Updated French translation, thanks to zorbao
  • Updated Chinese (Traditional) translation, thanks to jfcherng
  • Updated Portuguese (Brazilian) translation, thanks to igorruckert
  • Updated Greek translation, thanks to gvp9000
  • Updated Russian translation, thanks to @wvxwxvw
Edit: the entry was already updated by billon (of course) but the list of changes might be useful to have on the forum given the new formats supported (someone may search for "wix" or "spoon" for example and find the info here)

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