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  1. #1351
    condorstrike Guest
    you sure they're a/v and not components... if so i think 480might be the max, components do HD, if you have a problem let me know and i'll try to help.

  2. #1352
    aliendlr Guest
    it has internet access - even used it to update to latest multiman! i don't see a prograss bar, ut just says that it's downloading the missing cover i think.. and when done, it shows the cover in the manager, but not in the cover directory.. i can try once more completely removing multiman, and start som scratch with default settings again.

  3. #1353
    deank Guest
    No. This format is for Comgenie's File Manager. You can use it to transfer the game to your Internal HDD and it will join the files. That is if you don't want to repeat the SPLIT procedure.

  4. #1354
    punyon Guest
    Dean, nice new font, love it. Btw, if I put AVCHD on external drive it got listed twice, [HDD Video] and [Video], is it intended ? ( On internal listed once as [HDD Video] )

    And in display mode 1 and 3, if you have AVCHD and games listed on same page, the game's title that is listed after the video titles will be invisible or shows up as black font. With dim=0 it will stay like that, with dim turned on, the titles will turn to normal right before the dim triggers. Hope this makes sense =p

    Is there a set interval for multiMan to rescan the HDD for games and video ?

    Thank you for your effort!

  5. #1355
    halomaster Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by deanrr View Post
    No. This format is for Comgenie's File Manager. You can use it to transfer the game to your Internal HDD and it will join the files. That is if you don't want to repeat the SPLIT procedure.
    i will combine the files with opensplit and split the files again. i heard comgenie corrupts files so i'm staying away from it. better safe than sorry.

    edit: damn nevermind, opensplit doesn't work with the part.x files.

    is there a program for pc that can combine comgenie-splitted files? opensplit doesn't support it.

  6. #1356
    tankpw2010 Guest
    The latest file not open for me!!!

  7. #1357
    deank Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by halomaster View Post
    i will combine the files with opensplit and split the files again. i heard comgenie corrupts files so i'm staying away from it. better safe than sorry.

    edit: damn nevermind, opensplit doesn't work with the part.x files.

    is there a program for pc that can combine comgenie-splitted files? opensplit doesn't support it.
    Actually you don't need any of this... You can rename the split files by hand.

    file.1.part -> file.66600
    file.2.part -> file.66601
    file.3.part -> file.66602


    data.arc.1.part -> data.arc.66600
    data.arc.2.part -> data.arc.66601
    data.arc.3.part -> data.arc.66602



    Quote Originally Posted by punyon View Post
    Dean, nice new font, love it. Btw, if I put AVCHD on external drive it got listed twice, [HDD Video] and [Video], is it intended ? ( On internal listed once as [HDD Video])

    Is there a set interval for multiMan to rescan the HDD for games and video ?
    They don't show TWICE - they're shown once. If you remove the AVCHD from the external then you'll see it only from the internal as HDD Video. No bugs there.

    About rescanning - you can press [R1], wait for rescan and then press it again.

    Dean

  8. #1358
    halomaster Guest
    wait, that's all i need to do to get it to work? renaming? i figured the two splitted differently and stuff.

    thanks dean.

  9. #1359
    punyon Guest

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  10. #1360
    deank Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by halomaster View Post
    wait, that's all i need to do to get it to work? renaming? i figured the two splitted differently and stuff.

    thanks dean.
    Yep, it is simple... Just make sure to rename them properly. Have in mind that the comgenie's X.part starts from 1 and the OM's .666XX starts from 00.

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