Hacking Gamecube Game Manager

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Hi, is there any software that could do the same job that it's done by Wii Backup Manager for Gamecube games? or a more simple software such as, reading from a folder and copying the iso files to a destination folder with the correct file structure for example: "E:/games/Zelda Wind Waker [GZLP01]/game.iso"

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You can use Gamecube Iso Tool for multiple files.

thanks for your reply!

when trying to open a folder with 2 iso's the logs:
"File not found: D:\gcgames\sys\boot.bin"

when opening one file and pressing save, it saves the file as game name and id, but no within in a folder. So I would have to create a folder manually for each game and changing the names...
 

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DiscEx works for shrinking the iso size, but doesn't get all the information that I need such as game name. WIT does (Wiimms ISO Tools) also gets gameid so I can copy 1:1 and not compressing with DiscEx (to avoid compatibility problems)

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omg i'm such a n00b. thanks for the help, maybe I'll modify a open source wii game manager to make it work with gamecube games.
 

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thanks for your reply!

when trying to open a folder with 2 iso's the logs:
"File not found: D:\gcgames\sys\boot.bin"

when opening one file and pressing save, it saves the file as game name and id, but no within in a folder. So I would have to create a folder manually for each game and changing the names...

I am also trying the same as you and get "File not found: D:\gcgames\sys\boot.bin"

I am trying to properly rename 636 GameCube ISOs to "Game_Name [ID_Name].iso

Were you ever successful in finding a solution?
 
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