Converting the ISO to cISO? I don't know if there's a "trimmer" or some tools that do what you want...
I'm not so sure there is such a thing as a CISO, are you maybe getting confused with a CIOS?? It's the actual disc image ( .ISO FILE ) that im looking to trim right down, thanks for the reply though :-)
Nope. "cISO" stands for "compressed ISO". It is compatible with most of the WBFS Managers used for save game images into USB drives. The only difference with the original files (ISO's) is that the dummy was deleted from them. Obviously, you can't burn them directly to a DVD-R. They're, basically, a way of saving space on your PC, if you have too many ISO's on it,
All of this is correct.
Moreover... there are a tool wbfs 1.5
that convert iso's to wbfs format... then when you convert that wbfs file into iso, it can trim the file with used space...
Firts of all, before all of this... you have to scrub, shrink and suffel partitions with wiiscrubber 1.4, after that you can proced with "wbfs file 1.5"
The final iso file will be compatible with wiiscrubber and moreover you will be able to record directlly into a disc (in the actuallity is a waist of time and laser effort of your dvd reader record a disc...).
cISO's and trimed wiiscrubbed files will not work if you try to open with wiiscrubber.
Well... and all of this process could be done agessss ago xD by hand