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Article: Generator Tools v3.12 Leaked - Sony PS3 Official Tool Package
Article: Generator Tools v3.12 Leaked - Sony PS3 Official Tool Package –
this looks uncannily like dvd-gen thats used to create iso's of ps2. seen the program, is the comparison ive made ring home with anyone?
Am i the only person that is thinking: can we use this to burn a ps3 iso to a bluray and it would work since *this is an official tool* and put it in the ps3 to play the game without cfw?? O.o or am i thinking to far and you actually need a special drive to do this.
You have a great point. We would love to see some great effects come from this leak.
Originally Posted by soratheultima
the guide even gives what drives worked and which didn't *the .txt file atleast* but im guessing this is an outdated leak for earlier versions *of the ps3 firmware* from looking at the pdf and the text version... but still very informative and may be useful
Originally Posted by tthousand
sorry to put the downer on it but burning a bd-r woudlnt be the same as factory pressed media. I only mean in the hope of a burned bd-r running on ofw.....there is a code on a factory pressed disc which the drive utilizes and as per sony ps1/2 cd/dvd discs this cant be duplicated........ for mod fw or mod chips dont matter (multiman directdiscaccess as a prime example) but ofw? id pmsl at sony if this worked!
i don't have a bluray drive to burn so sadly i can't try it out :/
Interesting that some buttons/functions etc. have no info except "Contact SCE regarding the usage of these buttons."
If the description given in the article is anything to go by, I REALLY doubt they're going to press one disc. Assembly lines are made to be in constant motion and usually to make multiple copies of things at once. It'd be way more expensive to press one disc than it would be to have a special tool that you only give to developers so they could burn games BD-R discs which would work on a PS3.
Originally Posted by paSTEE3
The question is does this only work with Debug consoles. That'd make a lot more sense.