Help with extracting/rebuilding

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by keridian, Sep 28, 2010.

Sep 28, 2010
  1. keridian
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    Newcomer keridian Newbie

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    Hi!
    I like to insert custom music in Bleach: Versus Crusade since I can convert the sound files back and forth. I have Trucha, with a common key, Wiiscrubber and a lot of other utilities, although I cannot customize my iso. I have customizing experience with PS2, but Wii is something else. My sound files all converted, ready for insert. Please someone help me. I really like to add the original musics from the anime [​IMG]

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    In Trucha, the newer file must be equal or smaller than the older one. Well, my sound files are larger, this means approx. +80MB in the iso if I succeed. I need a good guide of how is this extracting/rebuilding thing works. I read a few, but I barely got any success. So a guide from start to end is really appreciated. Thanks in advance.
     
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    dont use trucha signer. it is outdated.

    the easiest way to do this is with wit. this line will extract the entire contents of the game to a folder called "game_extracted"...
    wit COPY "game.iso" "game_extracted" --fst

    then just dig around in the folder for a subfolder called "files" replace all the music you want to ( no size limitations ). and when youre done, you can create a complete game from these using the reverse command to wit...
    wit COPY "game_extracted" "game_with_new_music.iso"

    this will spit out a iso with all your music in it
     
  3. keridian
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    Newcomer keridian Newbie

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    Thank you for the fast answer. Yes, it did work very well. Bleach now works like a charm with my custom musics. WIT is a simple way to process Wii ISO, still complex on the other hand. I like it much more than Trucha [​IMG] Thanks again.
     

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