Easy Batch Generate Iso's
I've been busy creating a script and Tutorial that can batch convert iso-to-iso and folder-to-iso using the genps3iso tool.
As most of you know using a IRD verified iso will cause a performance hit on the COBRA ODE., but will let you know what files are not original so you can replace them.
So after I verified my games I wanted to convert them back to non IRD iso's to keep performance to the max.
So I wrote this script.
So anybody who created IRD iso's to verify if all files are original and present, can now convert all iso's back to non IRD.
As the Tutorial section can be easily overlooked I thought I'd get some attention for it by posting here.
The Tutorial and the script download: http://www.ps3crunch.net/forum/threa...ript-included)
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There is a tool that calculates checksums for files in an iso and compares them to the ird file. I don't have an ode so I haven't used it.
Sorry but don't see relation to my post. Please explain. =-)
Originally Posted by Jock O'Strap
Hi guys I added game folder support as well to the package so you can now also use it for creating iso's from the source folders.
It's now a complete iso batch creation package.
waitTime removed, the script now waits until the iso is mounted and then continues immediately.
Instruction video added to the first post.
Have fun with it.
Let me know if you run into any issues with the script itself.
Nice work ! Thanks a lot SDeath!
You are welcome! =-)
Originally Posted by yomen9
SDeath, you are doing a fantastic job here on this forum! You are a hero!
Made my life a lot easier Thanks for the help!
ive been using this tool too. with it you can open your iso or jb rip folder and it lists all files included. then you are able to verify the files using the matching ird.
Originally Posted by SDeath
it checks for differences in filename and md5 checksum of each file (note: the md5s are also included in the ird)
if everything is green you have a 1:1 iso/folder. differences are shown in other colors:
red: md5 checksums not matching
orange: file only exists in ird, not in iso/folder
yellow: file only exists in iso/folder, not in ird
green: matching filename and md5 checksum
here is a picture:
I know what the tool is for. =-) But I don't see the relation with my script?
Originally Posted by pprush