PSP Custom Made Gameboot Cuts Off Too Quickly!

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  1. Glitchmaster123
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    I Made A Custom Gameboot For My PSP 3000 Running On CFW 6.60 PRO-B10 Which Was Lammy Saying Leave It To Lammy! But It Cuts Off Too Quickly With The Original Gameboot But If I Am Using One That Is More Longer It Was Only Then Until I Realized The MyBoot Logo PRX Plugin Does Not Follow The Duration Speed Of The Gameboot Or Am I Just Missing A File?

     
  2. esmjanus

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    You need a file called opening_plugin.rco and edit the duration with RCO Editor.
    Here is a download for RCO Editor http://www.mediafire.com/file/z53ul6bb0jmuwog/RCO+Edit.rar, includes a gameboot and a opening_plugin.rco, you can use the opening_plugin.rco with your gameboots, you only need to change the duration following the next steps:
    1.- Open the opening_plugin.rco with RCO Editor.
    2.- Go to Anim Data Tab.
    3.- On the Left chart, look for anim_gameboot_movie @ 0x32BC.
    4.- You will see in that section that there are three [0x907] Delay parameters, Choose the third one.
    5.- The Right chart indicates the value of the parameter, in this case it shows the duration of the gameboot in miliseconds, You can change that value by double-clicking it.
    6.- Close RCO Editor, It'll save the changes automatically.
    7.- Now copy your edited opening_plugin.rco in the same folder as your gameboot.

    I don't know if MyBoot Logo plugin is compatible with opening_plugin.rco files, if is not compatible, you can use another plugin like ZeroVSH Patcher.
     
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    Will ZeroVSH Patcher Overwrite My Flash 0's Gameboot.pmf File Though? I Don't Want A Brick

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    It Turns Out Your Answer Is No MyBoot Logo Is Not Compatible With opening_plugin.rco Possibly Because It Only Reads gameboot.pmf Or It Expects It To Be Apporx 2.5 Seconds

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    Also I Am Possibly Doing This Wrong Because I Put The opening_plugin.rco File In The PSP/THEMES Folder But Upon Loading CFW After Loading Fast Recovery
    My PSP Trys To Load A File I Do Not Know What It Is Though And Now CFW Does Not Work Unless I Manually Disable The ZeroVSH_Patcher.prx File Or Am I Just Missing Something From The slide Folder?

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    The Plugins I Have Enabled Are

    dayviewer.prx
    RemoteJoyLite.prx

    Could Any Of Those Be The Problem?
     
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    If you haven't modified zerovsh.ini file, you need to put your gameboot.pmf and the opening_plugin.rco on PSP/VSH folder.
    If you don't want the PSP GO calendar and clock, delete the slide folder. if you want to use them, delete netconf_bt_plugin_63X.prx, slide_plugin_63X.prx, slide_plugin_63X.rco, slide_plugin_620.prx and slide_plugin_620.rco files from slide folder, just keep the 660 files.
     
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    Ok Thanks
     
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    Does it matter which opening_plugin.rco file you use? Trying to get mine using PSP Filer since connecting to flash0 does not seem to show it. I was able to make a copy of the opening_plugin.rco onto the a folder in the root of my memory card, but it still doesn't show up! The properties of the folder says there is a file in there, but I don't see it...

    Main reason I wanted it was so that I can edit it to remove the PSP watermark when my gameboot plays...

    Nvm, got it to work with the opening_plugin in the download, thanks!
     
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