I'd suggest that you move all your games from their current location to /dev_hdd0/GAMES and go on with it.
You can do it easily from multiMAN's filemanager by selecting your GAMEZ folder in the LEFT pane, open /dev_hdd0 in the right pane and press [SELECT]+[O] to move GAMEZ to the root of the /dev_hdd0... then select it and press [SELECT]-[X] to rename it.
If you don't rename it - it will still work (but if you backup new games they'll go into the folder set in the .ini).
Or you can use blackbox FTP to do the same from your PC.
Where is the path for BDMV folder to play with multiMAN?
Thanks for the fast reply. I'll move my folder to the root of hdd0. Just another quick question and then I'll be ready for multiMAN! How are external HDD's supported? Right now I have usb00x/GAMEZ as my external folder for games which is the default for Open Manager. Will multiMAN support this folder for external HDD or will I have to relocate that folder?
Originally Posted by deank
Nevermind I figured it out. Thanks for the great loader, it looks amazing so far.
Dean, many many thanks for this and multiAVCHD, mi preferred tool. And multiman my favourite manager :)
Originally Posted by peu
Originally Posted by bitsbubba
not seeing it for the kids from his explanation, but as I mentioned I'm not aware of a way for you to change text color
Originally Posted by condorstrike
Hi guys, in anticipation of today's movie release "Tron-Legacy" I release a new Theme...
TRON-theme. hope you like, can't wait to see the movie...enjoy
btw, this release has a background menu sound... try it out...
FIFTH (#5) post updated with AVCHD/BDMV information:
SUPPORT FOR AVCHD AND BDMV STRUCTURES:
multiMAN supports managing AVCHD and BDMV structures, but it doesn't actually PLAY them. It mounts them to their proper locations so your PS3 can find/recognize the structures and play them via XMB [Video] tab menu.
You can create proper AVCHD structures with various tools and equipment like multiAVCHD, AVCHD Coder, tsMuxeR, AVCHD camcoders.
Coloring and prefixes in the game display modes:
YELLOW COLOR = AVCHD
ORGANGE/RED COLOR = Blu-ray (BDMV)
* [Video] (YELLOW color) = AVCHD on external USB HDD/stick
* [Video] (ORANGE/RED color) = BDMV on external USB HDD/stick - NOT WORKING PROPERLY
* [HDD Video] (Yellow) = AVCHD on internal HDD
* [HDD Video] (Orange/Red) = BDMV on internal HDD
* AVCHD or BDMV on external HDD/USB must be stored in the root \ folder of your device:
X:\BLURAY_MOVIE_2\BDMV\index.bdmv (NOT WORKING PROPERLY)
* AVCHD or BDMV on internal HDD must be stored in the same folder where your games are (for example /dev_hdd0/GAMES)
* AVCHD movies on external USB HDD/stick will be properly renamed upon activation (only ONE active AVCHD folder supported by PS3)
* BDMV (Blu-ray) movies on external USB will be mounted as BDMV disc (original BD game/video disc required) - NOT WORKING PROPERLY
* AVCHD movies on internal HDD will be mounted to externally connected USB/SDHC/MS storage device (USB stick/SDHC/MS card required with 22KB free)
* BDMV (Blu-ray) movies on internal HDD must be converted to AVCHD before mounting. multiMAN will prompt you to do it for you - accept it and convert it. Then it will be mounted as AVCHD.
* BDMV (Blu-ray) movies authored with JAVA extension (BD-J discs) are not supported. You can check the contents of BDJO or JAR folders. If there are files there - it won't work.
Playing back the mounted structure is done by activating the AVCHD icon from PS3's XMB Video tab - you must select the USB/SDHC/MS storage device, used for mounting.
In the latest version you shouldn't see WHITE background when there is a problem with PIC1.PNG. Can you post some details about such problem situation, because I can't replicate it.
Originally Posted by bitsbubba
In the next update there will be two new features for the FILE manager, concerning GAMES (internal/external HDD) and AVCHD (internal HDD):
* Browsing to a folder ../PS3_GAME/USRDIR/ and pressing [X] on EBOOT.BIN will mount the game. It means that using this feature you can launch games NO MATTER what folder they are in.
* Browsing to a folder ../BDMV/ and pressing [X] on INDEX.BDM will mount the AVCHD structure, no matter where the folder is located on your internal HDD.
as always going to be a great update! I'll have to go back down to 3.41 as I haven't had the time, but as soon as I do I'll let you know about the PIC1.PNG problem as soon as I do