I couldn't find anything out there that would automatically organize and name a folder full of ISOs/GCMs like WiiBackup manager can do. So I wrote yet another script utilizing some other tools to get the job done. Requires DiscEx and the Gamecube ISO Tool (both included in the zip). If you don't run the batch alongside these folders, you'll need to edit it and specify the location of those tools. Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rzwums6n80959y4/Gamecube ISO Organizer.7z?dl=1 It will take a folder full of IOS's and GCM's, nested however deep, and turn it into a single folder with "Title [GameID]\game.iso" (and \disc2.iso if applicable). Example: Before: After: It won't overwrite any existing ISO's so you can safely run it multiple times as you add new games (It does need to re-read any ISO/GCMs in your source folder to extract the GameID in order to determine if the game folder already exists though). Usage-- powershell -f "Gamecube ISO Organizer.ps1" -scan "e:\PATH\TO\ISOS_AND_GCMS\TO_SCAN" -dest "e:\PATH\TO\DESTINATION"