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How to determine a video games' native bit-rate and sample-rate?

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Is there a way to determine the native bit-rate and sample-rate of video games today? The only ones I know for sure are Battlefield 3 is 16-bit 48KHz, Skyrim is 16-bit 44.1KHz, and I think X-com Enemy Unkown is also 16-bit 44.1KHz. Does anyone know sample rates of other popular games today?

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what i normally do is i dig through the files and place them in the Sony Sound Forge software and i can change it's format and also see its properties such as bitrate and bit depth. i'm not sure how to extract sound files in video cutscenes though.

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Well that's an expensive programme for only determining bit-rates and sample-rates. I wouldn't use the Sound Forge software to create my own music and master my own mixes. Anyone else have experience with unpacking sound files or if there is an online source that has a database of games and the audio features which they include?

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