Hacking WiiScrubber w/MW: Reflex

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Well, since I can't really get an answer on how to correctly use wwt/wit, I've decided to work with just plain 'ol WiiScrubber since it seems more user friendly.... Kinda.

I'm using a backup of MW: Reflex, trying to make it below 3.69gb after being transferred through WBFS manager, but so far no luck. I removed the entire Update partition, just as a test to see if it would get smaller, but that wasn't the case.
And now I think I should try replacing the video files in there (I believe the extension was .bik), but the files I checked were around 2mb and I don't know how to create small dummy files for replacements.

So, to sum it up, how would I go about creating the smaller dummy file for replacement? And why didn't the size decrease when the Entire update partition was removed?

Hopefully this will also help me get some experience for future haxz0ring
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Lol, alright, there's half of my question answered. I thought it was gonna be something bigger than that, but nice to keep it simple.

And I guess touching the update partition now would be a waste. So how would I create a dummy file for replacement? I'm not even sure what kind of filetype it would be.
 

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I don't want to make New thread.
My question:
Can i swap some Audio file from World at war with Modern Warfare?
Cause i would like S.A.S. have the German "we have taken the lead" Audio.
That would Be cool. =)
 

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saison said:
Lol, alright, there's half of my question answered. I thought it was gonna be something bigger than that, but nice to keep it simple.

And I guess touching the update partition now would be a waste. So how would I create a dummy file for replacement? I'm not even sure what kind of filetype it would be.


might work, might not. might lock up the game when it attempts to load the videos.

You can try it, but I have no idea what the extension of them would be.

QUOTE(pika9323 @ Nov 15 2009, 04:31 AM) I don't want to make New thread.
My question:
Can i swap some Audio file from World at war with Modern Warfare?
Cause i would like S.A.S. have the German "we have taken the lead" Audio.
That would Be cool. =)


You really shouldn't hijack people's threads unless the original issue has been resolved.

anyway, my previous answer applies to you as well.
 

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saison said:
And now I think I should try replacing the video files in there (I believe the extension was .bik), but the files I checked were around 2mb and I don't know how to create small dummy files for replacements.


Very easy... look for the smallest video on your iso (you said .bik files) extract that file and then replace all the other files with that one.
 

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Okay, doing what you said sure seemed to make the .iso file size go down by a lot. I managed to shrink the .iso from 3.77 to 3.53, but when I try to transfer it with WBFS, it shows that the file will be 3.53 when transferred and it still gives me the red bar at the bottom.

There must be something wrong here D:
 
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