Best program to trim a Gamecube ISO?

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Feb 24, 2011
  1. Sicklyboy
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    What is the best program to use to trim Gamecube ISO's and have them playable in Swiss? Currently using GC-Tool, but its a pain... I would much rather something along the lines of Wii Game Manager, somehing that can list all of the games in a folder and batch trim them. Any ideas?

    Also, a game manager would be sick too. I could write one in Java, but I don't have much free time (college, job, girlfriend... you get the point).
     
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    Not much, at least that I can see. I am using the same GC Tool version as listed in that guide.
     
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    What is it you don't like about that tool?
     
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    Want's a batch tool. to do a folder all at the same time.
     
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    I think I have a Gui version of that app in case you need it.
     
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    The GUI for it I am using, is there a different one then that supports batch operations?

    If not, I will just suck it up and do this one by one.
     
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    Sorry, that's the one I have.
     
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    Meh, oh well then. I suppose I will still look around, but I already have done quite a bit of that and have come across nothing.
     
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    GCM Utility!
    use to shrink iso!
     
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    Thats actually what im using now, as it shrinks the file size to the size on disk when converted to a gcm file.

    Just wish it had batch processing XD
     

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