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Thread: AVCHD / GAME / FILE manager (mod of OBM by dean)

  1. #2491
    Deeluxe Guest
    Can pls someone explain me where to find /ps3_home/video so i can put .avi files pls ?

  2. #2492
    Starsky30 Guest
    My system is a CECHG03 40g FAT. I have tried every damn cfw (not Waninkoko) and still can only get 1 backup to load. My current setup is :

    OFW 3.55
    Kmeaw 3.55
    Multiman 1.13.04T
    NO LV2
    NO File Permissions.

    To go clean I restored my file system prior to the above setup. The 1st game I backup up was Black Op's, loaded up via multiman and went to xmb with another disk in the drive, it loaded up 1st time. Any game I have tried subsequent to this does not work. Does anybody know why it is only Black Op's that works for me. It's driving me crazy.

    Any help appreciated. Cheers.

  3. #2493
    gerald410 Guest
    Dean after a couple minutes of playing my sound file (sound bin) ftp'ed to MM latest version I get a loud buzzing sound. Any ideas?

  4. #2494
    iakler Guest
    Hi Dean, as always a great update. I tried many different games and had no problems so far. But the new Last Game app seems to be broken for me now. I uninstalled the old one, updated MultiManager and afterwards the new Last Game app.

    When I try to mount a game with it (tried it with GT5), the PS3 just stays at a black screen.

  5. #2495
    dvpmike Guest
    You know by default, the PS3 can play avi and mkv files. just as long as you create a folder on the root PS3/Video and drop all your movie files in the Video folder. Only bad thing is no covers support.

  6. #2496
    deank Guest
    Make it no bigger than 9MB.

  7. #2497
    iakler Guest
    This is strange... Even MultiMan was hanging at "Starting BD-Rom emulation", even after restarting the PS3. Now I completely turned it off using the power switch and everything is working again.

  8. #2498
    randomusername Guest
    AVI yes, MKV no it can't, you need to convert them first (or convert on-the-fly).

  9. #2499
    Deeluxe Guest
    Where on the root of the internal should i put the files ?

  10. #2500
    gerald410 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by deanrr View Post
    Make it no bigger than 9MB.
    Thanks dean, you're the best!

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