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MultiMAN PS3 Game Manager v01.17.02 with Rebug CFW Support


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173w ago - Today multiMAN PS3 Game Backup Manager has been updated to version 01.17.02, which now includes support for Rebug PS3 Custom Firmware among the changes detailed below.

multiMAN 01.17.01/02 Changelog:

  • Interface update
  • Simplified and cleaner look
  • Slick and professional feel
  • Link XMB VIDEO files to Showtime option in "System Menu"
  • Launch Showtime option in "System Menu"
  • Game options: press SQUARE
  • System menu: press TRIANGLE
  • Updated version of SHOWTIME MEDIA PLAYER (codepages Windows-1250 and 1251)
  • "Favorites" menu in next version
  • Themes must be updated to reflect latest changes
  • More options added in COLOR.INI for theme creators
  • user_font added in COLOR.INI for theme creators
  • game_bg_overlay added in COLOR.INI
  • "Cover not available" cover in some display modes
  • "[O] Save" in submenu changed to "[O] Back"
  • Updated the "Original theme" to reflect the recent changes
  • Changes to the Game Options sub-menu
    - support for PNG covers
    - display of game version and ps3 firmware required in title name
  • Changes in File manager
    - TRIANGLE - one directory up
    - UP+R2 - to top of list
    - DOWN+R2 - to bottom of list
  • Support for REBUG firmwares (properly working BD mirror function)

multiMAN ver 1.17.02 BASE (20110424_142000).rar (28.21 MB) (Showtime lastGAME ps3SERV)
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multiMAN ver 1.17.02 FULL (20110424_142000).rar (135.13 MB) (2210 covers) (Showtime lastGAME ps3SERV ebootFIX)
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#7 - randomusername - 200w ago
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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#6 - deank - 200w ago
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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#5 - randomusername - 200w ago
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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#4 - deank - 200w ago
#vstace: No, not a concept. Browsing works for both panes. COPY/DELETE/RENAME will be in the next update.

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.

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#3 - randomusername - 200w ago
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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