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Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by Blfdgfdghd, Mar 17, 2009.
i can use ps1 iso for the psp or do i have to download a custom made one?
You can if you convert them to eboot.pbp format with an eboot creation tool like PSX2PSP 1.4.2.
k thanks cuz its faster for me to download ps1 versions
so i made teh eboot where do i put the files of the game and where do i put teh eboot
Put your eboot inside a folder. Then that folder with the eboot inside it goes into the "PSP/Game" folder.
i.e. for Chrono Chross -
so my would be PSP/Game/Final Fantasy VII [Disc1of3]/EBOOT.PBP
nice this will help me out too, also is there a way you can like trim the isos to make them smaller?
Convert them to Cso
that works for psx/1 isos aswell?
No....PSX eboots can have variable compression set when you make them (from 1 to 9). Only other way to make them smaller is to rip content from the ISO's before conversion.
And yes cinammon that looks fine although if you have issues it'll be because the folder name is too long...the [Disc1of3] is unnecessary
Final Fantasy 7 [CD1][NTSC-U] of the names of the IMG,CCD and teh CCE so yea
any impact on game quality (i.e lag issues or audio issues) between compression level 1 and 9?
btw sorry for half hi-jacking your thread cinnamonxv but its kind of related
I haven't noticed any issues on my ps1 games when compressed to level 9 even final fantasy, I think it might differ to what memory stick your using.
i had a problem once, i converted harry potter and the sorcerers stone to eboot using compression 9 and it showed as corrupted data, i changed it to compression 7 and it worked.
no difference in gameplay really
is they a way to make these games smaller cuz Final Fantasy 7 with the Eboot is 1.21Gb and i only got a 2gb
*EDIT* do i need some file to play these games or do i just drop the Game into iso and the eboot file into the folder
Don't make multidisc eboots of games where you can save at the end of the discs.