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


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231w 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!

Another issue: IF YOU START A SPLIT/MERGE PROCESS, ALWAYS WAIT UNTIL THE MESSAGE "All jobs done!" APPEARS IF YOU DON'T WANT ANY PROBLEMS!

Enjoy!

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

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#44 - GrandpaHomer - 231w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by luffy28 View Post
I wanted to ask when I'll be able to play games on 3.50 or will it never happen. I'm asking this because I already updated to 3.50 and I want to ask if I'll be able to play games if I buy a new ps3 ?

3.50 might take looong time (if ever) but purchasing the new PS3 right now while those on stock are still bellow 3.42 might be the better solution

#43 - luffy28 - 231w ago
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I wanted to ask when I'll be able to play games on 3.50 or will it never happen. I'm asking this because I already updated to 3.50 and I want to ask if I'll be able to play games if I buy a new ps3 ?

#42 - SwordOfWar - 231w ago
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This basically allows you to store your 4GB + file games on your external when your not playing them. When you're ready to play one of them, swap it to the internal and play it. This is useful for people out there with small internal HDDs, since you can easily move your games to/from internal. Combine this with the PS3 Game Ripper to rip unnecessary videos, and you can effectively manage your space.

Open Backup Manager has this feature built-in, but its nice to manage things from a PC also.

This is an excellent temporary solution until we can use a different filesystem on external drives.

#41 - solrac1974 - 231w ago
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Great app, when you have the best devs and good ideas, who needs NTFS?!

#40 - GrandpaHomer - 231w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by drnishee View Post
first of all good work and now my question? is can i play splitted games right from external hdd using open manager or i have to merge them on internal hdd before playing because copying to internal takes time and i will appreciate if you can introduce ntfs file system in open manager thanks.

Nope, can't play the games with splitted files from external hard drive.

Yes - you'll need to copy them to internal one.

It has a little to do with Open (or any other for that matter) manager - PS3 simply has NO native suppport for NTFS hard drives and on top of it even if someone would try to code support for it it woudl be not as easy plus it's not exactly the best file system to choose - there is more file systems out there than just FAT32 and NTFS

#39 - tonybologna - 231w ago
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This is a nice option to now see!

#38 - drnishee - 231w ago
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first of all good work and now my question? is can i play splitted games right from external hdd using open manager or i have to merge them on internal hdd before playing because copying to internal takes time and i will appreciate if you can introduce ntfs file system in open manager thanks.

#37 - GrandpaHomer - 231w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by IHM View Post
Does the filesize change drastically like when copying with filemanager, resistance goes from 17.5gb to 10.5gb when copied from internal to external? either something is missed or its compressed or something?


It's just bug in the FTP server app reporting incorrectly filesizes for larger files (over 4 GB).

#36 - proskopina - 231w ago
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i use Comgenie Awesome File program to split motostorm pacificrift which was 12gb and after i put it to my external, plug it to my ps3 and used Open Manager 1.13 (Compiled) and played with no problem!!

open manager 1.13 will join the files for you!! try it!!!

#35 - Neville Bartos - 231w ago
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thx worked like a dream split files copied over to external then used open backup manager v1.3 and copied to internal patch's files back together while its copying.

 

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