Scrubbing a psps iso file?

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Nov 15, 2010

Scrubbing a psps iso file? by Langin at 6:11 PM (2,978 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. Langin
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    Yeah I just want to know, is it possible to SCRUB a PSP iso file? like on the wii etc.
     
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    You can compress them to cso which is usually smaller.
     
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    How can I do that? [​IMG]
     
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    It is done with umdgen and somewhere in the option you save it as a cso and it then it compresses it.
    You click file then save as then you select .cso. You can also change a .cso back to .iso by selecting save as .iso.
     
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    Yeah thank you Goli this helped very much! =D
     
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    If you really want to remove the amount of space a game takes rip out other language files and sometimes downsample movies and various audio files. Also boot.bin for most games does nothing.
     
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    This. For example, the clean ISO of Tony Hawk's Project 8 is like 1.1GB. The CSO version with all music and movies ripped out is 181MB.
     
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    Scrubbing Wii games only takes out the update partition and data that's not needed in the ISO.

    Compressing a PSP game doesn't do this.
     
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    Yeah its just an example but thanks for telling the difference!(Yeah didn´t know that yet) And Movie and music files? ehm no I won´t do that except:

    How big is Dissidea Final Fantasy after doing that?(just wanna know)
     
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    I've seen a 400-something rip of Dissidia.
     
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    Also, while it's not done automatically, most CSO-making guides do recommend you take out the update files before compressing to save more space. I always do it, anyways.
     
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    I always use YetAnotherCsoCompressor or YACC works great and you can go from ISO to CSO and vice versa with various levels of compression!
     

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