Oh my.. Can someone help me out here please?

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by Raiser, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. Raiser
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    Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    May 31, 2008
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    Hi guys,

    I just learned about ISOs and CSOs and stuffz.

    So I have a Gundam VS Gundam ISO, right? Size about 750MB.
    Then I use UMDgen, use the stickied topic as a guide and used compression level 9.

    The newly formed CSO is now 363MB. O.o
    Is that right? Or did something go wrong? I seriously didn't thnk it'd cut down so much.

    Also, please answer: What's the difference between compression levels? (1-9)
    Like, what are the pros and cons for the upper/lower levels?
    I hear that 9 makes the loading times longer. Is there any pro for 9?

    Thanks!
     
  2. geedub

    geedub GBAtemp Fan

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    Dec 3, 2008
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    basically compress at lvl 9 and if it lags , try a different lvl ( bare in mind you can crank the speed up aswell , at the cost of less charge time in your battery )

    to be honest i never use this now , mem cards are pennies nowadays ! not like when i first started when 2gig cost me £60 opposed to 4 gig for under £10 now
     
  3. Raiser
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    Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    May 31, 2008
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    Is it true that all level 9 does is shave off some more space? Because for me, between level 4 and 9, level 9 only shaved off like 300KB. O.o
     
  4. themuddaload

    themuddaload Creepin' hardcore.

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    West of the equator Sex: sure
    wow. at £60 for a 2gig, it would be cheaper to actually buy the umds... =P
     
  5. LoneSyn

    LoneSyn Advanced Member

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    16 GB MSPD Sony Mark II @ Fry's for only 75 dollars. Only available during the November 21-25 sale.
     
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