This means that you need to have the USB drive inserted into the USB slot of the PS3 at the time you give multiMAN the command to mount the chosen AVCHD movie. Inserting the USB stick afterwards will not help (unless you did have it in during an earlier mounting).
Best regards: dlanor
I've had some major issue from XMB so maybe that's my problem and not the manager itself. I can't copy files from any USB drive to the PS3. I can play media files from one but not "copy" them.
I placed my converted AVCHD movie file into the /dev_hdd0/GAMEZ/Movie folder. It's not even showing up from the manager now. It did when I first tried it out but after converting the file again from PC it's not showing up.
I've changed the options from MultiMAN to recognize the GAMEZ folder so that's not an issue. My games all show up as well. Just not the movie file that I've converted from PC. Do we need to have a USB drive connected in order for MultiMAN to recognize these converted movie files?
I'm not talking about playing them from XMB but just recognizing them. I didn't think that was needed just to see them from MultiMAN. I know the program needs to do some work to convert them over but if it's not being noticed then it does no good. ;) BTW, dean already stated for me to make sure AVCHD scanning was on and it is just to be clear. Thanks!
Sorry for asking if this question has been answered or should be apparent. I noticed you've added a keybind to turn off theme music and it is stated as [start] + [ ] I assumed you have to add the second key in the options.ini but I cannot find the line. It's not that big of a deal but I'm in the process of setting up ftp to my music folder over the network and would like to turn theme music off so I can play mp3's. Thank You very much for all of your hard work. Ive had been a silent observer/fan for some time now.
START+SQUARE stops the music (be it MP3 or theme audio).
 is supposed to be the square button
so its start + http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__...PS3_Square.png
and you can simply start any mp3 within the manager and it'll stop the theme music anyway
/edit: again too late :/
I was taking a bath and got some nice ideas... apparently while geohot released the signing tools (which don't work for me, but that's expected since no CLI usage is supplied nor anything useful).
Now as a simple POC (proof of concept) that a game can run without ANY SYSCALLS involved (from internal HDD) I created a small application. Here are the steps:
1) Get a game and write down the game ID (let's say XXXX12345)
2) Copy the game contents to /dev_hdd0/game/XXXX12345 (no PS3_GAME folder involved)
3) Rename /dev_hdd0/game/XXXX12345/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN to MM_EBOOT.BIN
4) Install the magic MYGAME.pkg (the one I created)
5) Run your game backup from the XMB without a blu-ray game disc inserted and without /app_home or any other mappings (no syscalls used by the small app)
6) Game starts and plays as if it was ran from BD-ROM disc
7) Should you decide to update the game to a later version 2 more steps are requred but you get the general idea.
8) The good thing is that game saves, tropheys and updates work, since the game is spawned with the original GAME ID.
Btw the 'magic app' is just 4 lines of code. I'll now test a game (Uncharted 2) to check if all is okay when there are "special circumstances".
deank your one smart dude
Math stated this:Quote:
nself EBOOT.BIN & edit ‘dev_bdvd’ to ‘dev_hdd0//game_location/’ & resign & execute
You might even integrate it in a manager, just like SFO patching.
Actually you are right – you could change the path in the eboot, resign and it will be a great step forward