Extracting opening.bnr from games ISOs...

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Apr 15, 2009
  1. Red_Squirrel
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    My question is very simple: is there a faster way to extract ONLY the opening.bnr from a game ISO? I uses Wiiscrubber, but i have to do these steps every time:
    1. Run Wiiscrubber.exe
    2. Select an ISO
    3. Wait program loads ALL files of the ISO (veeeeeery boring!)
    4. Search for opening.bnr
    5. Save it.
    It's very long and boring for me [​IMG]
    I red about the wiiscrubber.dll, but i could not find any docs about that DLL... so i don't know what functions to recall from it [​IMG]

    Could anyone help me please? [​IMG]
     
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    HowardC's WBFS manager.
     
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    Ok, but it does not work with all ISOs (some channel results of 0Kb...). And then it creates the full channel, I need a tool only to extract the opening.bnr [​IMG]
    Any other suggestion? [​IMG]
     
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    I don't think because the file is not always at the same place.
     
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    not possible, the opening.bnr is a file inside of fst.bin

    fst.bin -> the file system table

    so it must read first the fst, to know where opening.bnr is,
    what means, all files need to be readed.
    (maybe that's the reason why HowardC's tools creats sometimes 0 byte files...)

    even when Dack makes a new, it would take the same time.
     
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    eh? wiiscrubber shouldn't be taking that long. Takes maybe 5-10 seconds on mine.

    also, red_squirrel, as you are here, I just wanted to say I used a lot of your stuff during the days I used to mess around with the PSP. I respect your work very much, and just wanted to say thanks for the apps you wrote.
     

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