Here is just a simple python tool that I created. I could have kept it for myself, but I added some nice error checking to make it more friendly. It can change the version and title id stored in tmd files. You can do this: python EditTMD.py inputtmd -versionH FFFF and that will set the title version to the maximum it can be. You could do the same if you want in decimal: python EditTMD.py inputtmd -versionD 65535 You cannot try to set a new version using both versionH and versionD options, the program will not let you. You can also set a new title id, like: python EditTMD.py inputtmd -title 0123456789ABCDEF The title id must be 16 hexadecimal characters long. You can make the tool apply the values for a whole directory of tmd files. (The tool looks for files that end in 'tmd', and files that end in 'tmd.out') The folder is searched recursively, so it will go into sub folders, and their subfolders, etc etc, looking for tmd files and setting the values you specify. To do this, instead of giving the tool a path to a file, simply give it a path to a folder. Code: usage: edittmd.py [-h] [-title TITLE] [-versionH VERSIONH | -versionD VERSIOND] inputfile positional arguments: inputfile Input a TMD file, or a directory that will be recursively searched for TMD files with filenames ending in 'tmd' and 'tmd.out' optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -title TITLE Enter a new Title ID, which must be 16 hexadecimal characters long -versionH VERSIONH Enter a new version number in hex. 0 to FFFF/0x0 to 0xFFFF -versionD VERSIOND Enter a new version number in decimal. 0 to 65535 Let me know if there are problems, etc. This is version 1.0, I can maybe update it if needed, like editing more values etc. At the moment I only added what I personally wanted.