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Thanks for your reply, but the problem is that when I mount a game (for example Vanquish). Then, when I click VANQUISH in the XMB, it shows a black screen for about 5 seconds and then it returns to the XMB.
EDIT: I never succeeded in booting up a game, even when clicking [YES] at the Multiman prompt.
[lang=bg]Яко се кефя, че един от най-използваните брю-та идва от БГ
I have been useing and enjoying multiman for quite some time and I must say thanks for the great work.
I have encountered a strange issue today though and dispite searching high and low I have yet to find a solution.
When backing up disks to the hdd the copy freezes @ 98 or 99% depending on the game and the whole system locks up.
Naturaly I thought it was a laser issue and I tryed replacing it as well as the hdd and many other things to no avail.
However since search is our best friend I googled the problem and found someone else who had the same issue and it was suggested that they press the O button after starting the copy to close the progress bar.
This does work ^_^ however on to my question... Is it posible to disable showing the progress bar somehow in the otions.ini
Ive looked and looked and cannot seem to find any documentation on the ini other than the notes within it.
Gratefully yours Dracothic of the Xmonster Team
I thought the loading bar "99% freeze" glitch was fixed in a later version of MM? Are you running the latest one?
Originally Posted by squarepusher2
Yes I am useing the latest 1.12.00 ive also tryed some of the older 1.11 releases unfortunately with the same results
So i just installed 1.12.00 and i dont seem to have access to the dev_HDD0/gamez folder anymore, i had a few items in there and now i can see the directory but it appears blank and i cant put any files in it. I tried the FixPermissions pkg from the page earlier but it isnt doing anything.
OK i think i (am an idiot/figured it out). I had an old ass backup manager on there and it had actually been putting games in the luan12345 directory i decided to delete it and all my games went bye bye.
And after the permissions thing it appears i can write there so all is good.
hi can any one teach me how to put hd video and video to run under multiman and all so tell me what format it have to be in?
multiMAN itself does not play any video formats, so that is still done from the XMB.
Originally Posted by quanganh8
What multiMAN does offer you is a way to manage AVCHD videos backed up to the HDD.
The formats intended to be supported include both AVCHD and Blueray video, but at present only AVCHD support works fully.
AVCHD movies can be placed on a USB drive using your PC and some 4GiB splitter program like "split4G", and with that USB drive connected to the PS3 you can then see those movies in the multiMAN list of games and videos. But direct playback of those videos is unlikely to work as all AVCHD discs I've seen contain a file larger than 4GiB, and thus may require copying to internal HDD before playback. (Just as is required for games with files larger than 4GiB.) This copying can be done in multiMAN just as when copying games from a USB drive to internal HDD, but unfortunately similar copying from a burned AVCHD disc does not work at present.
Once you have such videos copied to internal HDD you can select them in much the same way as you would select installed games. The first time you select a video this way multiMAN will probably request permission to convert it into AVCHD format. That may seem illogical, if the movie originally came from an AVCHD disc, but apparently there are some differences of opinion as to what the proper AVCHD format should be. Just give the permission without worries, as the operation is super-fast and has never given any problem that I know of. This is a once-per-video operation, so you won't be nagged about it in future for the same videos.
When a video has been made ready for playback as described above, selecting it in the multiMAN list will cause an exit to the XMB menu, where you then sidescroll to the Video menu and scroll down to the USB drive entry. Opening that entry will show you an icon entitled AVCHD, which can be used to start the video playback.
NB: For this procedure to work you must have some USB drive connected, and that drive will get a 'dummy' AVCHD folder created on it. But this is really small as it is not the movie itself, but only some index files needed for this replay method to work. (Less than 32kB.)
If you want to make AVCHD movies of your own, you will probably need another program Dean made for use on a PC to convert other video formats to AVCHD. This program is named "multiAVCHD" and is freeware just like multiMAN. (Just google for it.)
In case you really wanted to know how to handle normal AVI video clips, you don't need multiMAN at all for such. You just copy them into a folder named "VIDEO" on a USB drive, and then the PS3 will display them in the XMB menu, whence you can also copy them to internal HDD if you like.
In all instances above where I refer to a USB drive, I mean one that is formatted to FAT32.
Best regards: dlanor
I Love your game manager. I have 1 question tho, what happens when you go in patch mode? With a certain game I get an error telling me insufficient hdd space clear atleast 32megs. I have alot of disc space.
does this happen after you pass the multiMAN ?
because some games need data to be installed so make sure you have enough space available
ps3 file manager
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