Exctract Gamecube image banner

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by myspacee, Feb 12, 2012.

Feb 12, 2012
  1. myspacee
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    myspacee Newbie

    Hello to all,
    i start to build a tool to manage my DML SD.

    is there any tool to Exctract Gamecube image banner via command line ?

    thank you for any info,
    m.
     
  2. giantpune

    Member giantpune GBAtemp Addict

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    you should be able to get the opening.bnr with wit if you dont want to parse the fst yourself to find it. getting the textures out of the banner and converting them to a PC friendly format is fairly straight forward. the textures are always the same width, height, format, and IIRC located at the same offset inside the banner.
     
  3. LinkFan16

    Member LinkFan16 I link them all

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    I always thought the gamecube banner would be part of the gamecube bios / system menu itself, indeed this is very interesting to me since I thought about building forwarder channels for my gamecube games like one can do for usb loaders and wii games.
     
  4. W hat

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    I don't know. GC-Tool can read / export the banner but not via the command line. Perhaps this is of use? (Maybe more for programmers than anyone else.)
     
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  6. myspacee
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    myspacee Newbie

    thank you all for reply,
    i want command line tool to avoid parse file, but if not exist try to made one myself

    If only discex put some info in game root, e.g. full gamename, banner, etc....

    thank you for info,
    m.
     
  7. LinkFan16

    Member LinkFan16 I link them all

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    As giantpune already mentioned, with wit (or wiimms iso tools) you'll be able to extract the opening.bnr from the command line.
     

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