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OpenSplit v1.0 to Split 4+GB Files for Open Manager PS3 Arrives

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220w ago - Here is OpenSplit v1.0 to split 4+GB files via PC for Open Manager on the PS3 followed shortly by version 1.1 which includes some bug fixes and version 1.2, and deanrr shared a similar app called Split4G which he detailed HERE.

Download: OpenSplit v1.0 / OpenSplit v1.1 / OpenSplit v1.2

* What is this? *

This little tool lets you split the BIG files (bigger than 4GB) in your games on your PC, so that you can use them with Open Manager 1.0 for the ps3.

* How do I use it? *

- Press "Split BIG files to .666xx" in order to select a folder with your games. OpenSplit then will search the folder and all its subfolders for BIG files and split them according to Open Manager 1.0. All game folders that contained BIG files will be renamed accordingly. (example -> "BCESXXX" to "_BCESXXX")

- Press "Merge .666xx files to BIG" in order to select a folder with your games. OpenSplit then will search the folder and all its subfolders for .666xx files and merge them to BIG files. All game folders that contained .666xx files will be renamed accordingly. (example -> "_BCESXXX" to "BCESXXX")

- Check the checkbox "Don't delete splitted BIG / merged .666xx files" if you want to keep both BIG and .666xx files.

You can choose your whole GAMEZ directory, then all games will be processed.

I have attached the program to this post.

An important issue: PLEASE DON'T TRY TO MERGE .666xx FILES ON A FAT32 HDD! There files can't be bigger than 4 GB! You will only encounter errors!



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#79 - p2thareek - 220w ago
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If only i discovered this program earlier i wouldn't have to ftp it and wait forever. Now i know thanks

#78 - Fejwin - 220w ago
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TO: Weedo
I very much hope both are compatible. Once the splitting system was astablished by comgenie in his file manager, everyone else did it the same way to retain compatibility.

TO: Midnight Tboy
Ok, it seems the crash happens outside Java. So it's probably an issue of your hardware - something Java can't deal with, perhaps. You could report that crash to the link in your message, to help sun make Java better.

#77 - Weedo - 220w ago
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Thanks for this great tool Fejwin! There's one thing I would like to know, though. Which version of the Open Manager is compatible with this splitting and joining method? Is it the Open Manager 1.0 - 1.14 or Jurai2's Open Manager or both?

#76 - Midnight Tboy - 220w ago
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just 1 more game tried since - which was ok - one last game to try which I think has a 4gb+ file that I have - so will see what happens. Even so... it's the only time its ever done that once, and done about 10 games so far (both 1.0 and 1.1 combined)... so maybe just one of them weird things. The same game, ran fine the 2nd time round.

Will let know if it does happen again on next lot of games that need it once have ripped them off the disc.

Edit: hmm spoke too soon... did it again. The only common difference between these 2 and the other 2 games is this.

The app folder is: E:\Backup\ps3\Apps\OpenSplit v1.1

Previously, the games I'd set it to split were in E:\Backup\ps3\games\

The last 2 games, Final Fantasy, and now Resistance - I'd extracted to D:\ - same physical hdd - different partition.

Both of these resulted in after browsing to d:\ folder and pressing the Open/OK button.

2nd time round its started the splitting again no problem (running right now)

Maybe its something to do with when you use the dropdown to select drive perhaps?

Just noticed I have the error log files, the top of it reads:
# A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment:
# EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005) at pc=0x758d7a1f, pid=1932, tid=3504
# JRE version: 6.0_21-b07
# Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (17.0-b17 mixed mode, sharing windows-x86 )
# Problematic frame:
# C [ole32.dll+0x37a1f]
# If you would like to submit a bug report, please visit:
# [Register or Login to view links]
# The crash happened outside the Java Virtual Machine in native code.
# See problematic frame for where to report the bug.

#75 - Fejwin - 220w ago
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Have you tried it again?


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