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September 20, 2011 // 11:13 am - Today PlayStation 3 developer deank has updated multiMAN PS3 backup manager to version 02.07.03 with the changes details below.

Download: multiMAN v02.07.03 PS3 Update (20110920-185400) (1.63 MB) / multiMAN v02.07.03 Update (20110921-144000) (1.65 MB) / multiMAN v02.07.03 Update (20110923-125200) (1.65 MB)

multiMAN v02.07.03 Update (20110920-185400) Changelog:

  • Added: "Create ISO" option in SIDE menu when BD/DVD is selected in VIDEO column or PLAYSTATION2 is selected in Retro column
  • Changed: multiMAN starts faster now
  • Fixed: Unnecessary auto-refresh/scan for content on each startup
  • Added: Advanced option in XMMB Settings:

Expand Contents of XMMB media columns

Sets whether to scan and show content in music, photo, video and retro columns.

When option is disabled, multiMAN will not scan your usb/hard drive/etc for supported files (mp3/avi/roms/etc).

Some more news

You can now RIP optical discs (DVD/BD) to ISO format. The speed is good:

  • 6MB/s for DVD
  • 10MB/s for Blu-ray discs

multiMAN v02.07.03 Update (20110921-144000) Changelog:

  • Added: "Create ISO" option in File Manager's context menu when /dev_bdvd is selected
  • Fixed: Browsing for ROMS in ZIP format
  • Added: Creating ISO files bigger than 4GB to USB HDD will result in splitting in segments .iso.0, .iso.1 ... .iso.31

multiMAN v02.07.03 Update (20110923-125200) Changelog:

  • Added a retry loop when read-error occurs



MultiMAN v02.07.03 PS3 Backup Manager Update is Released

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#2 - randomusername - October 22, 2010 // 6:03 pm
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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)

#1 - vstace - October 22, 2010 // 6:01 pm
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Looks good, but still just a concept for the file manager?