Extract "opening.bnr" From WAD?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by TiMeBoMb4u2, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. TiMeBoMb4u2
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    I know there are several tools that can extract an "opening.bnr" file from ISO's, but are there any tools that can do the same for WAD files?

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  2. XFlak

    XFlak Wiitired but still kicking

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    i know the newest version of wadder can copy an existing wad's banner when a creating new wad (not really extracting it, but I'm assuming u only wanted to extract it to include it in a different wad)

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    cant u just unpack the wad and take the 0000000000000000000.app file (way too many zero's i know) and rename it to bnr?
     
  3. illinialex24

    illinialex24 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I think Wadder does it well.
     
  4. WiiCrazy

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    Simply unpack the wad with a wad unpacker... 00000000.app is the banner, you just need to rename it...

    You can use Crap too, open the wad using Crap (click ... next to the Channel), the banner will be placed in folder Banners as [Name]-[TitleId].cbnr
     
  5. sr_corsario

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    Hello WiiCrazy.

    I think he want a opening.bnr to use into a iso forwarder/similar. For instance he need to remove first 64bytes from a 00000000.app
     
  6. WiiCrazy

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    well if you won't use it as a regular disc then it doesn't matter if you use the dvd type banner or the channel type one (imet headers at different position)
    it's easy to support for the usb loader... currently they only play the sound anyway...

    So you say current usb loaders support banners with the dvd type header? (opening.bnr)