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    Thumbs Up AVCHD / GAME / FILE manager (mod of OBM by dean)

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    Hey there everyone. Here is a multifunctional tool, which includes 8 different display modes (for games and AVCHD) and a File Manager + background running FTP server. multiMAN source code: [Register or Login to view links]



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    Current version: See the newest posts in this thread for the latest multiMAN version updates.


    • LASTGAME app: Mounts the last game you launched from multiMAN and returns you to XMB. Start the game from disc icon or /app_home
    • PS3SERV PC app: To be used with multiMAN file manager /net_host# network folders.
    • EBOOTMOD/EBOOTFIX PC tools: Used to modify/covert games to XMB/PSN style (or reencrypt EBOOT/SPRX files)
    • BD-ROM RESET tool: Removes path redirections, removes bd-mirror (restores usb to normal mode) and moves the last game played in bd-mirror mode back to its location.
    • SHOWTIME is included as SHOWTIME.SELF in multiMAN's USRDIR folder to enable playback of video files
    • (FW 3.4+) Last game app_: [Register or Login to view links]
    • (PC HOST) PC HOST GUI___: PC host application with GUI (ps3serv_GUI.exe) for network hosting how to use.
    • [Register or Login to view links] PC application to split 4GB+ (large) files for transfer to USB FAT32, compatible with multiMAN's JOIN/SPLIT functions and Comgenie's FileManager.
    • [Register or Login to view links] (SNES GENP VBA FBA FCEU) (20110611) (27.83 MB)

    Here is a list of all supported languages and more importantly - the people who participated as translators, editors and advisors:

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    Display mode#1 (fullpng=0)


    Display mode#2 (fullpng=1)


    Display mode#3 (fullpng=2)


    Display mode#4 (fullpng=3)


    Display mode#5 (fullpng=4)


    Display mode#7 (fullpng=6)


    Display mode#7 (fullpng=6) With AERO theme by condorstrike:


    Display mode#6 (fullpng=5) FILE MANAGER


    Display mode#6 (fullpng=5) File Manager (HEX Viewer + GameOS memory viewer + GameOS memory save)


    Remoteplay on a PSP:




    Changelog:

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    Features:
    • User defined options.ini (options_default.ini) to set various options
    • Copy/backup progress bar
    • Support and display for 7 devices (HDD/USB/BD/SDHC/MS/CF)
    • Animated icons and backgrounds
    • Update check/download feature with [R3] button
    • Support for COVER.PNG in AVCHD video folders
    • Support for AVCHD activation from external USB devices
    • Support for backup of AVCHD to internal HDD
    • Support for playback of AVCHD and Blu-ray content from internal HDD
    • Overscan support for DLP and CRT TV sets
    • MP3/AC3 playback (play songs using the File manager from local and network locations)
    • JPEG/PNG picture viewer (browse/view pictures using the File manager from local and network locations)
    • HEX file viewer
    • Support for at least 4 freetype fonts (user can change using [R3] in game display modes)

    DEFAULT options included in the install/update packages: options_default.ini

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    NAVIGATION KEYS IN ALL MODES: (PS3 PAD, BD REMOTE, MOVE)

    NAVIGATION KEYS IN ALL MODES:

    General navigation in GAME display modes (PS3 PAD, MOVE, BD REMOTE):

    [X] - Load a title
    [O] - Exit to XMB
    [ ] - Settings menu for selected title
    [/\] - System Menu

    In XMMB MODE:
    [X] - Load a title (or activate function)
    [ ] - In XMMB - Group content (SELECT+[SQUARE] group by Title for Game/Favorites/Retro columns)
    [/\] - Settings menu for selected title

    General navigation (PS3 PAD, MOVE, BD REMOTE):

    [R1] - Switch to next game display mode
    [L1] - Switch to prev game display mode

    [R3] - change current FreeType font
    [L3] - Switch Title Names font size / paths

    [SELECT]+[O] - rename game title (changes PARAM.SFO)

    [SELECT]+[L2]/[R2] - change overscan options
    [SELECT]+[L3] - force content refresh from all devices
    [SELECT]+[R1] - change content mode (GAMES/VIDEO/BOTH)

    [SELECT]+[START] - launches File Manager
    [START]+[SELECT] - restarts multiMAN

    [START]+[/\] - enable PFS driver (for external USB NTFS HDDs)
    [START]+[R2] - Screenshot to RAW RGB (saved in /dev_hdd0 or connected /dev_usb000 or /dev_usb001)

    [START]+[left] - Previous MP3 song in the playlist
    [START]+[right] - Next MP3 song in the playlist
    [START]+[UP] - Increase playback volume
    [START]+[DOWN] - Decrease playback volume
    [START]+[ ] - stop music playback (for mp3 and background theme audio)
    • BD Remote: [ENTER] and [PLAY] keys will act as [X]
    • BD Remote: [PAUSE] will pause music playback
    • BD Remote: [PREV]/[NEXT] will skip to previous/next audio track
    • BD Remote: [STOP] will stop music playback
    • BD Remote: [SLOW<<]/[SLOW>>] will change playback volume
    • BD Remote: [BLUE] will switch to File Manager and back
    • BD Remote: [GREEN] will turn on the Screensaver

    Navigation in FILE MANAGER mode:

    [ANALOGUE STICKS] - Move mouse pointer
    [D-PAD] - Move mouse pointer

    [O] - Open command menu

    [L1] - Switch to prev game display mode
    [R1] - Switch to next game display mode
    [SELECT]+[L1] - Switch to the game mode before File Manager was launched

    [L2] - Page up (current pane)
    [R2] - Page down (current pane)
    [R2]+[UP] - Scroll to start of file list
    [R2]+[DOWN] - Scroll to end of file list

    [X] - Enters selected directory
    [X] - Play selected MP3 file and loads remaining in playlist, view selected PNG/JPG picture (and enters PICTURE viewer)
    [X] - Play Video files via Showtime
    [X] - Execute .SELF files
    [/\] - Go one directory level up
    [SQUARE] - Mark file or folder for batch copy/move/delete

    Bottom device icons:

    [X] - Loads device folders in LEFT pane
    [O] - Loads device folders in RIGHT pane

    [SELECT]+[L2]/[R2] - change overscan options
    [SELECT]+[L1] - change cover mode

    Navigation in PICTURE VIEWER

    [X] - Next image
    [L1]/[left] - Previous image
    [R1]/[right] - Next image
    [L2] - Zoom In
    [R2] - Zoom Out
    [Left Stick] - Pan
    [Right Stick] - Zoom
    [L3]/[DOWN] - Zoom image to fit width
    [R3]/[UP] - Zoom image to fit height
    [SELECT] - Show file information
    [START] - Starts picture slideshow
    [/\] or [O] - Exit picture viewer

    Navigation in HEX file viewer

    [UP]/[DOWN] - Scroll in pages (512bytes)
    [left]/[right] - Scroll in blocks (8KB)
    [L1] - Seek to start of file
    [R1] - Seek to end of file
    [L2] - Scroll up one line (16 bytes)
    [R2] - Scroll down one line (16 bytes)
    [/\] or [O] - Exit HEX file viewer
    [SELECT] - Switch between file and GameOS memory view mode
    [START] - Create LV2 memory dump file (when in GameOS memory view mode)

    NAVIGATION WHEN USING USB MOUSE OR USB KEYBOARD:

    MOUSE NAVIGATION:

    LEFT BUTTON = [X]
    RIGHT BUTTON = [O]
    WHEEL UP = [UP]
    WHEEL DOWN = [DOWN]
    WHEEL BUTTON = [L1] (to switch display modes)

    KEYBOARD NAVIGATION:

    In game display modes:
    [F1] - [F6] - directly select display modes (1-5 and 6th is file manager)
    [TAB] = [L1] (switch to next display mode)
    ARROWS = UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT

    [NUM+] - increase mp3 volume (select+UP)
    [NUM-] - decrease mp3 volume (select+down)
    [NUM /] - previous MP3 song
    [NUM *] - next MP3 song
    [PageUp]/[PageDn] - Scroll games in pages
    [F7] or [CAPS LOCK] - switch title names size/paths (like L3)
    [F8] - USB patch mode
    [F9] - TEST source
    [F10] - Check for updates (like R3)
    [F11] - previous display mode
    [F12] - next display mode

    [C] - Copy [O]
    ENTER = [X] Launch game
    DEL = [ ] Delete game
    [ESC] - Quit [/\]

    In FILE MANAGER mode:
    [F2] - rename current file/folder
    [TAB] = [L1] (switch to next display mode)
    ARROWS = UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT

    [NUM+] - increase mp3 volume (select+UP)
    [NUM-] - decrease mp3 volume (select+down)
    [NUM /] - previous MP3 song
    [NUM *] - next MP3 song
    [PageUp]/[PageDn] - Scroll current pane

    [F11] - previous display mode
    [F12] - next display mode

    [C] - Copy [O]
    [X] - Move [select-O]
    [V] - View file in HEX viewer
    ENTER = enter folder or play mp3/ac3 or view jpg/png
    DEL - Delete file
    INS - Create new folder
    [ESC] - Quit [/\]

    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:\AVCHD_MOVIE_1\BDMV\INDEX.BDM
    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)

    /dev_hdd0/GAMES/MOVIE_1/BDMV/INDEX.BDM
    /dev_hdd0/GAMES/MOVIE_2/BDMV/index.bdmv
    • 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.
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    Looks good, but still just a concept for the file manager?

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    Just installed it, mightily impressed, thanks for all the hard work!

    One thing, when you connect a USB device, full of AVCHD folders do they have to be named something specific or does it scan and recognise via another method ?

    Also, are the AVCHD folders mountable/playable via the internal HDD (obviously this is the main annoyance with AVCHD - not getting DTS/24p/Subs etc if played off internal)

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    #vstace: No, not a concept. Browsing works for both panes. COPY/DELETE/RENAME will be in the next update.

    Quote Originally Posted by randomusername View Post
    Just installed it, mightily impressed, thanks for all the hard work!

    One thing, when you connect a USB device, full of AVCHD folders do they have to be named something specific or does it scan and recognise via another method ?

    Also, are the AVCHD folders mountable/playable via the internal HDD (obviously this is the main annoyance with AVCHD - not getting DTS/24p/Subs etc if played off internal)
    It will look for INDEX.BDM in your USB devices ROOT+ONE_FOLDER_DEEP paths, no matter what they are named.

    No, it is not possible to play AVCHD from the internal disk. Not unless some tweaks are made in XMB xmls and some other files.
    Last edited by deank; 10-22-2010 at 03:09 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    OK, so on one of my USB drives I've got the following structure :

    F:\AVCHD
    F:\AVCHD_TitleX
    F:\AVCHD_TitleXX
    F:\AVCHD_TitleXXX

    etc. When I want to watch something I obviously just remove the underscore and everything after it. Does this now, in essence, do that for me without altering the file structure ? I.e. you know longer need an AVCHD folder at the root of the USB drive ?

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    The program will detect these titles and will display them in the menu. If you activate one of them it will automatically rename it and will save the current name, so don't worry - it will work.

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    Nice, top work, thanks again, looking forward to anything else you do with this.

    One final thing (for now!), as and when we update, what happens to everything we've already put under the \GAMES\, it doesn't get wiped does it ?

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    damn dude. you the man. whats the next feature playing the games for us. keep up the great work. it is nice to see how far it has come and a developer that actually listens to what people want and try to incorporate them. thanks for all your hard work.

    i keep getting the volume is corrupt when i try to extract. i downloaded it four times now and each one says that.

    Quote Originally Posted by muny21 View Post
    damn dude. you the man. whats the next feature playing the games for us. keep up the great work. it is nice to see how far it has come and a developer that actually listens to what people want and try to incorporate them. thanks for all your hard work.

    i keep getting the volume is corrupt when i try to extract. i downloaded it four times now and each one says that.
    ok got it. six time was the charm. thanks.
    Last edited by muny21; 10-22-2010 at 03:49 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    This is a beautiful program and thank you for sharing your hard work with us...

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    Thank you, you are the boss

 

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