The above video goes away if you are a member and logged in, so log in now!
Rock Band 2 Customs –
I don't have any way to do this, but I figured some here might help to get customs on the PS3.
I just got a PS3 after the jailbreak and the 2nd game I bought was RB2 (of CL for $60 with all instruments).
Does anyone here have DLC from before the JB of their PS3 that might post some info as to the location of RB2 DLC on their HD and maybe look to see how it is packed (filestructure and files).
Having this info could help to get Custom DLC for the PS3 (I think/hope).
Thanks in advance.
I messed around with the DLC but I don't think there is any possible way as of now to add any DLC that is licensed from another console to yours. Right now the best plan of attack would probably make a custom disk like they do on the PS2. Anyway the DLC is in the Rock Band folder which should be Games\BLUS30050
The only problem with "On Disk" customs is that PS3/Xbox 360 uses ark files,which maybe the same for PS2 but I never did PS2 customs to know for sure.
But the ark files need to be extracted to edit and the one guy who did a program to extract said file was threatened with legal action from Harmonix so he stopped working on that tool after decrypting RB2 (on 360) and the tool doesn't work on the PS3 (as far as I have tested) which is why I was leaning toward Customs via DLC.
yea I have the ark tool and it doesn't work on the bm rips. But it did say it supported the PS3 so maybe it worked on the "bad rips" that predated the jailbreak. If so I imagine that it wouldn't take that much work to get it working on the BM rips. All I know is that unless if we figure out the licensing issue on the PS3 which by the sounds of it is very hard because of the encryption Sony uses, then our only hope is disk. Sooner or later though at the rate things are going the scene will figure things out.
When I was missing around with xbox 360 DLC with Rock Band 2 on the PS3, it didn't show any of the songs, but in Rock Band 3 it actually shows the songs, but fails to play them, most likely due to not being encrypted for the PS3. I haven't had a chance to preform any further tests, but it might just be the case that RB3 is more open then the others.