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How can I open .glu and .srf files?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am trying to rip the questions from an old quiz game, so I can remake it, and they are stored in these file formats. (.srf and .glu).

Upon opening the files, they look like this? 

How can I open them, and remove the "encryption?" 

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SRF files can by either Visual .Net files or an image container in some instances. GLU is a proprietary fily type from a solution called Cyberglue, a product of MemberConnex out of Auckland, New Zealand.

If you have the rights to edit those file, I'd suggest getting in touch with them.

I don't think the file is encrypted, you are just not having a program that can handle the code.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, Applefreak said:

SRF files can by either Visual .Net files or an image container in some instances.

What can I open SRF's with? I tried visual studio 2019, but they just did nothing.


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Supposing it's an actual "known" srf file, and not just the dev that decided to reuse .srf for something completely unrelated.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Kilrah said:

Supposing it's an actual "known" srf file, and not just the dev that decided to reuse .srf for something completely unrelated.

Thats what I'm worried about. I have the same game for both ps1 and PC, and both file types have similar issues. Can you open them in a C# editor? or is it a different .net file?


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