ISO Manager for the PSP?

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by sepinho, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. sepinho
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    sepinho GBAtemp Regular

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    Hey guys,

    my PSP will arrive some time this week and I've already acquired a few PSP games. Unfortunately, their scene names aren't always blatantly obvious and I really don't want to rename each one of them manually to know which one is which.

    So is there a tool for the PSP to sort and rename PSP games automatically, kinda like Rominator or RToolDS for the NDS? I've already tried emuControlCenter and PSP ISO Organizer, but both force me to manually edit file infos, which kinda defeats the point.

    Sorry, I'm new to the PSP and my research thus far hasn't yielded any results. Help's dearly appreciated!
     
  2. Goli

    Goli RPG

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    The names don't matter because they don't show up in the XMB.
    What I mean is for example, let's say I download a Dissidia ISO named "umd1208", after transfering to the Memory Stick, you put the Memory Stick into the PSP, go to the game part, memory stick, and once you press that a list of the game(s) in the ISO folder will appear, but not under the "umd1208" name, instead under Dissidia Final Fantasy, complete with the tiny movie and background picture!
    ...
    I think that should solve your little problem with game names, unless you meant something else?
     
  3. sepinho
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    sepinho GBAtemp Regular

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    That actually solves only part of the problem. Good to know that the PSP will interpret the ISO accordingly, thank you.
    But how do I find out which games is which on the PC, before I transfer it to the PSP? Otherwise it'd be trial and error to load games onto the PSP.
     
  4. ProtoKun7

    ProtoKun7 GBAtemp Time Lord Regenerations: 4

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    What's so bad about renaming them one by one?
     
  5. I2aven's_Sag

    I2aven's_Sag GBATemp Otaku

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    ISO's are generally named after the games... ie) Dissidia.iso
    PSX games are generally (Folder name here) > .Eboot (maybe keys.bin or document.dat also)(etc).
    (EG) Final Fantasy IX > eboot & keys.bin
     
  6. Seek01

    Seek01 Member

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    You could do a hash check with a scene release. I don't think there is a psp specific program that does that though
     
  7. sadak5

    sadak5 GBAtemp Fan

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    I saw a program in a spanish site long ago, also a way to see the icon of the eboot in the pc, just let me search for them.
     
  8. Shardnax

    Shardnax GBAtemp Regular

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    If you download or rip the games yourself wouldn't you know?
     
  9. themuddaload

    themuddaload Creepin' hardcore.

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    magnifico, pero no puedo hablar la lengua muy bien =\

    i do hope my 4 years of spanish serve me right, and the above sentence makes something like gramatical sense...
     
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