Convert PAL save to NTSC

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  1. sKeEt
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    sKeEt GBAtemp Regular

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    Trying to convert my Castlevania Judgment PAL save to NTSC but not exactly sure how. I extracted my save with savegame manager that gives me 2 files backup bin. and banner bin. I open both with Hex editor and then I'm not sure what to do
     
  2. ConJ

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    I too would also like to know this.
     
  3. Blue-K

    Blue-K No right of appeal.

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    This won't work always for every game, but you could have a look here. Never tested it, dunno if this works for other games, etc...

    You can give it a try, but I'm not responsible for any damage that happens.
     
  4. sKeEt
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    sKeEt GBAtemp Regular

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    I've seen that before but my Castlevania Judgment saves don't come with a sav. file only the 2 stated before and only the backup bin. files show differences in the hex editor but I don't know what to do. That guide suggests that the savegame manager extracts a sav. file but I didn't get one

    And I already backed up my savefiles so whatever happens I always have my backups. I'm going to try copying the extracted files from the PAL over to the NTSC and see if that works
     
  5. longtom1

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    delete the savegame folder off your sd card and try again I had the same problem with NSMBW savegame deleted the folder and dumped the save again and got a .sav file
     
  6. sKeEt
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    Just keeps giving me the same files.

    Either way copying the files it gave me from PAL folder (ends with 50) to NTSC folder (ends with 45) worked just fine