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Click to expand.looks like you can easily convert ps1 to ps1classics. Can you guide me step by step? If you dont mind or if you have free time?
So are you using the ps1classics tool? The one that reuploaded by aldostools above? I read the instructions and i have some questions. On step 2 it says: Use pip to install ecdsa what does it means? How to do it? And on step 3: Create EBOOT.PBP from iso with PSX2PSP (Compression:0-None) upon opening the program and browsing each tab, theres lots of options/choices/checkbox.
On the close/open parentheses it says 'Compression:0-None' so i dont need to change any of the default setting except for the compression that should be set to 0, am i right? Code: Create EBOOT.PBP from iso with PSX2PSP (Compression:0-None) Place EBOOT. Prince The Hits B Sides Rar. PBP in workbench directory Drop EBOOT.PBP into 'make_psone_classic_metadata.exe' Open a terminal/command prompt and cd to psx_classics folder Take note of title id of your game Encrypt ISO.BIN.DAT: (Title id) make_npdata -e ISO.BIN.DAT ISO.BIN.EDAT 1 1 1 0 16 3 00 UP9000-SLUS01201 5 Replace EBOOT on a psx classic decrypted pkg (or use template) Replace ISO.BIN.EDAT on a psx classic decrypted pkg (or use template) Replace Pictures (or use template) Replace Param.SFO (or use template) Make PKG.
Done!Don't mess with any tabs but 0 compression in PSX2PSP. You have to use classic mode for multdiscs.
You can copy & paste the whole 'make_npdata' line in command prompt. Just change the Title id first.
There's a psx psn working folder in the rar to use as a template. There's also an icon0 sample folder for photoshop/gimp to make it look official. CDDA games don't play BGM. Sony does some crazy compression we don't know about yet. MultiDiscs vary because the offsets will always be different. Just look at the 'STARTDAT' and 'PSTITLEIMG000000' Delete the 00's on top of the 'STARTDAT' take note of the offset.
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