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Ahhh well... 5 more posts after this one... And I can finally post "urls" lol
And yes, I am glad LopoTRI pushed me in the right direction because it was giving me a headache hahaha, I've run down the settings a dozen of times before I started "complaining" / asking for help over here. It's funny that a tiny mistake like not having the game tile set up in the file can cause so much havoc haha. But it's up and running now ! backed up another game and again it's working like a charm !
Got one minor problem tho...
My game art is not showing up after I added the second backed up game.
I've looked on the net for cover art.
The game I've backed up is Ghostbusters The Game, put the .iso in the DVD folder and gave the .COV the same filename as the .iso does and put it in the ART folder.
But for both games I've backed up the cover art is not showing at the moment, but I will figure it out !!
Edit: also trying to get my AR Max running to use in Network Games with OPL, but no succes until now
You naming the art like this PBPX_952.01_COV.png or jpg
V10 SCPH-50001 with Network adapter SCPH-10281 500 G HD
PSP 3000 9G 6.20 PRO CFW Perm
Unofficial FMCB v1.8C OPL self compiled HD and SMB preferred
Is how all good gaming systems came to be
I do not remember the network. But playing for the usb works perfectly.
Originally Posted by EvilGamer
Keep in mind that some of the cover art at sksapps.com are a mixed bunch of PNG and JPG images, so you can expect minor compatibility issues with OPL ranging from them being misnamed, too large in KBs, compression, to who knows what. I've had instances where cover art never loaded in OPL until I opened the JPG or PNG with an image viewer and re-saved it without any alterations at all. For misnamed images, they can be fixed easily after a quick visit to Gamefaqs to confirm the catalog numbers (i.e SCUS_xxx.yy_COV.JPG) since that's the most common error. The other issues take seconds with any imaging software like CompuPic Pro 6.2 or ACDSee. Personally, I just convert/re-save the images as 140x200 JPG images with 33% compression since PNGs are useless to me -- I'm not printing them for insertion in DVD cases or DVD-R labels. That should give you 17KB to 21KB image files with fair quality that have been fail proof in OPL for me so far. Besides, it's not like you're gonna drop a hit or two of face acid, and just gawk at the cover art from OPL's menu with a Schaivo-tastic rictus on your face, right?!?