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Is there any official .cso compressor?
10-12-2014, 07:38 AM
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RE: Is there any official .cso compressor?
(10-11-2014 07:25 PM)LunaMoo Wrote:  @Livy there are many tools for cso, but most of them use pretty limited, old and potentially buggy cso commandline tool. If you want a good program which handles it natively use Leecherman's Ciso Multi Compressor it's very simple, but has a batch conversion, you can choose different output folder, supports iso's above 2gb and multithreading which makes it really fast, nothing more of such tool is really needed. Also Leecherman is pretty known in the scene and his tools are very reliable.

Just an extra note - PPSSPP does not handle ripped iso's converted to cso's too well, so I don't recommed ripping with programs like umd gen at all.

Didn't know Leecherman made a tool for PSP ISO/CSO files Confused

better check this out I've been looking recently on how to compress my FF Type-0 merged ISO thanks bro Big Grin

oh and yea I kinda agree on UMDGen right there compared to PSP ISO Compresser v1.4 sometimes it can't compress some ISOs to CSO that's why I only use that tool to edit some ISO/CSO files for patching/updating purposes Undecided

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RE: Is there any official .cso compressor? - cybercjt - 10-12-2014 07:38 AM

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