CleanRip, new disc dumper

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Sep 13, 2010

CleanRip, new disc dumper by Blue-K at 10:53 PM (18,452 Views / 0 Likes) 62 replies

  1. Blue-K

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    Emu_kidid released a new disc dumper, called CleanRip, with much more features than SuperDump, just to let you know. Hope this is the right topic, if not, I'm sorry [​IMG].
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    Maybe this thread can be used to discuss the app?
     


  2. FIX94

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    Nice! Also with NTFS support for full direct dumps! I will try that tomorrow [​IMG]
     
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    Nice. Way to rock it emukidid!!!!!!
     
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    ohh nice this IOS58 x HBC1.08 is doing wonders [​IMG]
     
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    I tried it with a gamecube game and it made a perfect iso! thank you so much Emu_kidid!
     
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    *removed abusive language* CleanRip is the new reference. Tested it with dumping on FAT32 and NTFS partitions. Both worked flawlessly. Nice job emu_kidid [​IMG]
     
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    Speed comparison anywhere?

    And what is this about file splitting on NTFS? Why? Does it do it automatically? How does it get a 4.37GB ISO onto a FAT32 without splitting?
     
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    I think it's a just mistake. Probably it should be splitting on FAT and not on NTFS
     
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    Excellent. Not that superdump was bad, but I remember reading that some cIOS's screw up images in the dumping process some, making them non 1:1 images. This should fix that problem.

    And NTFS support is always nice too, but most of my flash drives and my Wii's USB HD are still FAT32 for compatibility reasons. Good to have if you have an HD and want full images without having to cat though.
     
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    In other words, a little faster than Superdump?
    Is that USB1.0 speeds or USB2.0 speed?
     
  11. Krestent

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    Nice! Haven't been able to use Superdump ever since I upgraded to cIOS
     
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    Doesn't rely on cutom IOS? Great! That definitely guarantees 1:1 backups then.
     
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    I think it's a bit faster than SuperDump. Dont remember getting dump speeds about 3mb/s with SuperDump.

    If you have IOS58 installed, it will dump with USB2 speed
    otherwise it will dump with USB1

    edit

    I think I figured it out

    the "use only on NTFS" relates to the maximum file size only. As you know, FAT32 is restricted to 4GB, therefore it will fail if you dump a whole image of a Wii disc on a FAT32 partition.
     
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    shouldn't you be begging a lawyer to help you try and get the riivolution source
     
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    This isn't too bad...a couple of suggestions for NTFS use though:

    1.) Maybe use the libntfs source from WiiXplorer, since that's a bit more recent and has additional fixes.
    2.) Make dumping a one shot deal when selecting NTFS since it can handle the entire size of the dump. Currently it will stop reading the disc when it hits (guessing) 4GB, then you need to press A again, disc spins back up and continues reading the last small portion - this is using the max option.
    3.) Automatically join the two parts of the file and just produce 1 file...which actually if step 2 just did the entire disc at once on NTFS, would not be needed.

    Otherwise looks good and maybe a tad bit faster than SuperDump.
     
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    Now I got about 8-9 mb/s with my HDD. So it is faster than SuperDump.
     
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    Time to change the scene rules? This seems like a better tool than superdump. Correct me if im wrong, but scene releases have to be dumped with superdump right?
     
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    Very nice release, thanks emu_kidid.

    Edit: Someone with SVN access should download the source and post on FT. You know... just in case [​IMG]
     
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    Excellent. I've been wondering when a better disc dumper would come along. Gonna try this out tonight.
     

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