You dont need ISO2BJ at all.
Just extract the files from ISO with any compatible program.
Why don't we create our own Backup Loader with the PS3 SDK. And make an option available to patch a certain game within the list. Then it's even easier offcourse!
Last edited by DJXFMA; 09-02-2010 at 06:34 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Again, this WON'T work. There are two kinds of encryptions on ps3 games, one being disc layer encryption and the other being .self encryption (EBOOT.BIN). PS3 backup manager is capable of removing the disc layer encryption because a BD disc is transparent in lv2 (a.k.a, gameos). but you still have a retail-signed EBOOT.bin with media flag and all those goodies.
Since we have control over lv2, we need to code a program to dump the decrypted EBOOT.BIN in the background when an original game is launched.
Credit goes to: dnniwa485
Can you test it ?PS3IsoJb.. creates the backup job creation via your PC.. with the ISO image disc.
tried downloading one... since i got Tales oF Vesperia PS3 ISO downloaded last week since the PSjailbreak reported... tried this one.. and it creates same file structure as you see inside the ISO file.
GAMEZ/<GAMEIDHERE>/<THE PS3 FILES>
tested and works..
Every report I've seen suggests the tool itself runs and does what it says it'll do (creates the file structure, etc) but when you go to actually play the game it will not run because the eboot is still encrypted... so it's a step in the right direction but not a solution at this point.
some sort of homebrew that would allow us to ftp to our ps3 would help all this move along faster IMO.