|| ||Ivan Vega <ivanvegacbr-AT-gmail.com>|
|| ||kde-announce-apps <kde-announce-apps-AT-kde.org>|
|| ||[Kde-announce-apps] PSX2PSP 2.55|
|| ||Wed, 10 Jan 2007 12:45:01 +0100|
Type: Other Utility
Depend: KDE 3.x
PSX2PSP is a complete converter tool for transfer
your PSX games to your PSP with 3.03 OE-A
or 3.03 OE-A' firmware.
With this tool you can make an image of your PSX
discs, convert cd-image to NTSC
if you need it and if you have wine correctly
installed in your system.
Detect automatically the GameCode from cd-image
and you can modify if you don't like.
You can select personal images for the game, icon
and screen's background (recommended)
the program generates an image with title and
gamecode data automatically.
Now is included PDF to DOCUMENT.DAT function, you
can make a manual for the PSX game
from a pdf file or, too, from a directory contains
the images for the manual, the images can
be in any ImageMagick's format and in any
resolution or size, the program adjust them.
You can configure the compression of PBP from menu
and, for finish, program save the game in
one forder with the gamecode name.
You can invoque the program from commandline
psx2psp PSX_IMAGE_FILE or simple execute psx2psp
In the first execution the program ask you for the
required files and configurations.
The configuration file is in your $HOME directory
with the name < .psx2psprc2 >, if you would
like to change some configuration, delete it, and
execute psx2psp normally.
Popstation, docmaker and 3.03 OE-A firmware can
found in http://lan.st/showthread.php?t=308
For PALNTSC conversions required too ZAPPER2K.EXE
you can found it in
and PSP-PSX Hot Spot 2 provided by Sony: You must
have and rename EBOOT.PBP to BASE.PBP
and KEYS.BIN files.
compile popstation and docmaker, if you don't have
them, enter in popstation src and docmaker
src and type
Copy the binaries in some place in your $PATH
(recommended in $HOME/bin)
Copy psx2psp, psx2psp.en and psx2psp.es scripts in
some place in your $PATH and in same
folder, the only executable is psx2psp, the other
two files are language files.
Copy background.png in any place you would like,
the script ask you later
Copy psx2pspicon.png in /usr/share/icons or in
`kde-config --prefix`/share/icons or
in $HOME/.kde/share/icons (recommended)
Copy psx2psp.png in /usr/share/icons if you want
to use PSX2PSP.desktop
And copy silltim.ttf in /usr/share/fonts/truetype
if you don't have freefonts installed
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