I asked my buddy to make this useful little program that extracts PNG's from XNB's (The image format Terraria uses.) for me because I was keen on taking a peek at the raw graphics Terraria uses. (I was making a Terraria Minecraft texturepack at the time.) Lately the community has been interested in mods and texturepacks so I though it would be in the community's best interest to release this to public. I asked my friend to clean up the GUI a bit and make it a little more user friendly but he lazied out and just told me to release as is. So here I am. I started up two conversations with Kane both with daily messages. He never responded in those or in this thread. As such I must assume he has nothing against me releasing this program in this board. I have done everything in my power to contact Kane with no success. From my point of view he has no right to ban me for this release as I spent almost a week trying to get in contact with him and he was ignoring me. In the case that I am indeed banned for this, I demand a damn good explanation. I take no responsibility on how you use this program or of the .PNG images that you get from using this program. This is not the only program available that can do this sort of conversion. XNB EXPORTER Version: 1.0 4th of June 2011 Created by DontCare4Free (www.dontcare4free.com) Distributed by Demian (TerrariaOnline) XNB Exporter is a simple and crude program that converts .XNB files to .PNG images. It's not fancy but does the job . Please notice that you cannot convert .PNG images back to .XNB files with this program. 1. Place "XNB Exporter.exe" into your "Steam\steamapps\common\terraria\Content\Images" folder. 2. Open "XNB Exporter.exe". 3a. Type the name of the .XNB file into the text field without the .XNB extension and press "Go for it!". For example to convert "Armor_Arm_1.xnb" file, you would type in "Armor_Arm_1". 3b. Alternatively to convert all available .XNB files in the same folder where the executable is, simply leave the text field empty and press "Go for it!". 4. The selected .XNB files will now be converted to .PNG images and saved in the same folder with the original files with the same names. DOWNLOAD (original link: http:*//mirror.dataorb.net/XNB_Exporter.zip) edit by Tunnel King Mar 22 2014: the original link above (without the *) has begun to give a malware warning for the site, and the active link has been removed. I have every reason to believe that this is likely not related to the file itself, but to something else at that server; I and many others have used this tool without issue for a very long time. Instead, I offer this link to a copy of the file in my dropbox: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11444647/Terraria/XNB_Exporter.zip This copy was originally downloaded by me from the original link over a year ago. It passes scans from Avast and Malwarebytes; the VirusTotal results can be seen here. This copy is presented as-is; I do not provide any support for this tool.