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    Xuan-Yuan Sword VII looks nice. Anyone here played it yet?

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    It's snowing again. AGAIN!

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    Wonder if it's also snowing in Southern Ontario.


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    I need to get some component cables for PS3. My 360 came with component cables, but I can't mix and match with PS3. I need the component cables so I can use my capture card with, since Sony put HDMI encryption on PS3 :/.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeftyGuitar View Post
    I need to get some component cables for PS3. My 360 came with component cables, but I can't mix and match with PS3. I need the component cables so I can use my capture card with, since Sony put HDMI encryption on PS3 :/.
    Do you have some on your PS1/2? IIRC it's the same port and cable across the 3 systems.
    *PSA* Wii Redump collector's can now unscrub ISO files. So scrubbed games can now be verified. You can find the program to do this here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragnar View Post
    Do you have some on your PS1/2? IIRC it's the same port and cable across the 3 systems.
    Nope, I checked, all my PS1 and PS2 stuff is composite. Just yellow, red and white cables.

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    I actually just got around to jailbreaking my Vita TV, for the sole purpose of using it as an emulation box for PS1 titles. It works amazingly well, particularly as it has native drivers for my DS4 controllers, so I get proper mapping, rumble and wireless all without faffing about.

    So that's keeping my occupied as of late, and finally getting around to playing older titles I never got a chance to back in the day. Currently have Chrono Cross, FF VIII and Vagrant Story queued up. Oh, and the Men in Black game, which is horrible but I never was able to get past the first room in the 90's so I need to scratch that itch, heh.

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    Think I downloaded around 90GB of stuff for my PS TV in the last couple of days.
    Still need to sort out a storage setup for everything though.

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    VitaShell has support for mounting a USB drive as ux0 [the onboard storage of the system], which makes it easy to expand storage without buying expensive sony storage formats. I then transfer things across over the network with the FTP server which is somewhat convenient.

    I really wish they would add NFS mount support, then I could just mount up my NAS storage and load it all up on the fly. But in all honesty it doesn't take that much storage to hold more than I need. A 32GB flash drive currently holds almost every game I have an interest in playing in the immediate future. The PSP subsystem runs PS1 games stored in epub format, which supports zstd compression, so most of the ISOs get squished down pretty small for the most part. It also gives pretty fast load times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edenist View Post
    VitaShell has support for mounting a USB drive as ux0 [the onboard storage of the system], which makes it easy to expand storage without buying expensive sony storage formats. I then transfer things across over the network with the FTP server which is somewhat convenient.

    I really wish they would add NFS mount support, then I could just mount up my NAS storage and load it all up on the fly. But in all honesty it doesn't take that much storage to hold more than I need. A 32GB flash drive currently holds almost every game I have an interest in playing in the immediate future. The PSP subsystem runs PS1 games stored in epub format, which supports zstd compression, so most of the ISOs get squished down pretty small for the most part. It also gives pretty fast load times.
    Yeah I know about all the storage options, but the hard drives and usb interfaces I have here atm don't want to work. They are all USB3 though.
    I've used a small 16GB flash drive for testing so far.

    I do have some older USB2 external hard drives but they are full right now and I need to crack the cases to test the interface with a spare empty drive.
    All of these drives are powered, not USB powered (well, the flash drive is USB powered obviously).

    I don't use ftp for this at all. I download everything on my PC and dump straight to the external drive.
    Main reason atm is I don't have a spare port in my lounge and I'm not motivated to setup another switch (or buy a larger one with more ports) just for this one extra device that I won't use online anyway.
    I have got it online once just to update some plugins but that required disconnecting one of my laptops so I could use a port.

    I prefer having everything I want already, not just a few games and then having to remove stuff and ftp new stuff.

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    Actually, I just remembered I have a 240GB Corsair SSD here somewhere. I should see if that works.

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    SSD working with PS TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by edenist View Post
    The PSP subsystem runs PS1 games stored in epub format, which supports zstd compression, so most of the ISOs get squished down pretty small for the most part. It also gives pretty fast load times.
    Do you mean pbp format?

    It's the one thing I don't like about vita tbh. The need to use PSOne Classics compressed format.
    I converted some PS1 bin/cue games some years ago to classics with zero compression (unlike a lot of the official versions that have compression), this was back when I was messing with PS3 backup injection on official firmware.
    Later after I got my first PS3 that could have full CFW installed without the need for extra hardware (flasher) I stopped using those games altogether.
    My PS3 consoles with CFW can use my PS1 bin/cue library. They can also use a selection of PS2 titles in bin/cue (CD) and iso (DVD) format. Including translations. Some PS2 games can even use custom config files.

    I've had a slim Vita for years now and picked up an original OLED a little while back.
    I only got the PS TV more recently as I finally saw a used one for a reasonable price locally (around $100aud with controller and psu).

    I've also got a PlayStation Classic (mini).

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    Looks like this PS TV is pretty much setup now.
    Might look around for some odd translations (if they're NoNpDrm) but it's probably unlikely I'll be interested in any of the hardcore weeb stuff... which the vita is full of

    Time to move onto hacking the PS4 fat, although I might take a break from doing stuff and just watch vids and/or play games for the rest of the week (at least).

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