1. Tackskull

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    Hi there,

    this may be a stupid question, but maybe over the years, new realease of nintendont are changing things. So I would ask, I still have to rename every single gamecube iso in "game"?
     
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    Hello.:)

    The same Procedure as every Year...:D
    Yes,every single Game has to named game.iso and the Second Disc if present,disc2.iso.
    Copied in the Folder with the Game Name and the ID.


    https://github.com/FIX94/Nintendont


    Thank you.:)
     
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  3. Peninsula

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    The naming convention is required for multi-disc games, but you can name single disc games anything you want as long as they're in the "games" folder.
     
  4. Tackskull

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    Thanks :D

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    Really?
     
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  5. The Real Jdbye

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    Yeah. But for neatness sake, I would still name them game.iso just so I don't have a bunch of individually named games and then in the middle of it are 2 games with game.iso and disc2.iso. Would trigger my OCD :P
    But it doesn't really matter, also the "requirement" about naming the folders Game Name [GameID] seems to not matter at all anymore (the game ID is grabbed directly from the ISO now apparently)
    But I still like to name them that way so it's all nice and organized.
     
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  6. Peninsula

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    Yes, try it yourself! You can keep things organized by putting multi disc games into a folder. For example your "games" folder can look like:

    Super Smash Bros Melee.iso
    Tales of Symphonia [GQSEAF] (this is a folder)
    Wario World.iso
     
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  7. Tackskull

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    Thanks you all guys :D
     
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    Is there a batch tool for this?


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    Yes! Here you go!
     

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    The only drawback with this is when you use a loader like USB Loader GX because all the games have to be in the folder format with the name game.iso / disc2.iso but it never loads them. Meanwhile using only nintendont it reads them normally in that format
     
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    Thank you.:)

    I think the next Thread would have been "Nintendont won´t read my Games."
    A Manual from the Creator is not a bad Idea to follow and not to ignore.:)

    Thank you.:)
     
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