DVD to SD channel?

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  1. bennydigital
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    can sddvd-0.1f.dol be created into a channel?
    or is there a better way to dump dvd to sd that I don't know about?
     


  2. Renegade_R

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    Just use the homebrew channel...its probably better that you don't have a ticket of one of these installed anyways.
     
  3. bennydigital
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    but a homebrew channel ticket is better?
    I don't want the homebrew channel anyways.
    So is it possible?
     
  4. Volsfan91

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    benny, it sounds like you're being downright stubborn.

    A homebrew channel "ticket" is no worse or better than any other ticket... what Renegade_R is saying is that it is, by his guess, better to have fewer tickets on your Wii. (Which is debatable anyway)

    Why would you not want the homebrew channel anyway? It really is a fine piece of work and makes launching a lot of homebrew easier.
     
  5. bennydigital
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    I don't want to support the homebrew channel is that so wrong?
    I would rather have each app with their own channel.
    Once again no answer on if it is or isn't possible.
    :/
     
  6. denzil

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    No, because it's Gamecube and not Wii code.
     
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    im scared for the next the next update on a big game (like a new zelda) because i have TONS of tickets on my system, and i dont remember everyone i installed!
    im gonna be up all night before the release... [​IMG]
     
  8. lajd

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    I think benny's fear is that if he installs the hbc, its ticket can't be deleted easily. whereas, the ticket of an installed wad can be deleted later using the wad manager. hbc can only be uninsatlled using the wii system menu leaving bits and pieces behind. Am I right? I am wary of that too.

    Don't get me wrong, i think the HBC is really cool and I have it installed. Its only issues for me are its uninstallation and the fact that it connects to the internet each time it boots up (i think to check for new versions).

    BACK TO TOPIC: I'm also looking for a way to dump DVD to SD, but the sddvd app won't run on my wii. I think the WiiKey config DVD has a DVD dump feature. haven't tried it though
     
  9. teq

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    The HBC has a ticket.... the Title ID is HAXX.

    Just make any WAD with that Title ID and it'll be uninstalled completely... ticket and all.
     
  10. bennydigital
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    Nope, I just don't want to support the homebrew channel.
     
  11. Richy Freeway

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    Why?
     
  12. Totakeke

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    Why on earth would you not want to support the homebrew channel? It's well-made and much work was put into it's creation. The creators deserve major props.

    The only reason I see why you wouldn't want to support it is if you know someone from Team Twiizers IRL and you have a grudge against them. Or if you work for a modchip company and you don't want the a possible ISO loader loadable through the HBC to replace modchips.
     
  13. consume

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    Why did you call it team twiizers IRL?
     
  14. bennydigital
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    IRL = in real life
    I would rather have channels and not boot crap off of an SD card.
     
  15. SkankyYankee

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    quick question does formatting the wii get rid of the tickets?
     
  16. elfsander

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    Yes it does.
     
  17. SkankyYankee

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    Thanks elf

    cool, if all else fails, i can do that when i send it in. I dont mind it if i have all my good miis on wiimotes
     
  18. Richy Freeway

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    Strange. You increase the chances of bricking your Wii and running out of space by using custom channels. The HBC works very well, the latest version has increased the SD load times no end and if you install the FTP server you don't even need to take the SD card out of the Wii to load stuff onto it!

    You need to use the SD card to hold ROMs and install the channels anyway, so why not cut down on the wear n tear on your SD slot and use the HBC?

    Each to their own I spose!
     
  19. teq

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    Uh, benny, you're kinda missing the mark here....

    You would rather have channels. What do you think the "C" in HBC stands for?
    Put two and two together -- you'll see your argument isn't very bright.


    I already provided the Title ID for the Homebrew Channel, so it can be removed COMPLETELY, including the ticket.

    Again, the Title ID is HAXX.

    Make a WAD(any wad will do) with that Title ID and use the WAD Manager to remove it. If you don't know how to edit the Title ID, do a search, I've posted it several times.
     
  20. denzil

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    Please keep in mind that while you are only able to remove a channel's data (i.e. WAD and ticket, playtime logs via formatting), you will not be able to remove all traces of its installation and usage. The Wii's system keeps records in several places a WAD uninstaller does not even have access to.