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#1 somski

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 10:19 PM

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XBOX 360 ISO Extract
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2010/10/11
created by somski
version 0.6

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changelog:

-- version 0.6 (2010/10/11)
* $SystemUpdate directory is now skipped instead of deleted afterwards
* log window is now updated regularly
+ new progressbar to indicate the progress of the current file
+ new button to invert the extraction checkboxes

-- version 0.5 (2010/10/09)
* order of queue can be changed by drag and drop (right mouseclick)
- extra button for up and down are removed
+ changable extraction name (F2 or double click)
+ now finds *.iso, *.000, *.360, *.img
+ FTP support (just standard username & password (xbox:xbox) for now)

-- version 0.4 (2010/08/24)
+ order of the queue is changeable now
+ last iso and extraction dir are saved now
+ scans the iso directory on change and startup (needs a bit longer to load)
* some error handling added

-- version 0.3 (2010/02/16)
* first public release
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general information:

This program allowes you to extract multiple xbox360 isos based on exiso.

+ you can scan recursively through a directory and pick every iso
(every iso must be in a seperate dir or you need to manually extraction name)
+ each iso will be extracted to the target_dir\!the dir you CHOOSE smile.gif)!
(standard: directoryname of the iso)
+ skips extracting if target_dir already has the directory
+ "remove iso afterwards" functionality (be careful! maybe some bugs)
+ statusbar and log window
+ skipping of the $SystemUpdate directory (since it's not needed)
+ FTP support

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howto:

1. click on "choose ISO-Folder" and select a directory with isos in it.
e.g. if you have games in Y:\Console\Medal.of.Honor , Y:\Console\Enslaved
select Y:\Console
2. you choose between ftp mode or locale extract mode (checkbox with name ftp)
3. with ftp:
you choose your xbox ip and as destination e.g. \hdd1\Games or \usb0\Games
without ftp:
you can press on the button to choose a directory or type it in by hand
4. you hit the rescan button
5. you can rearrange the extraction queue (right click and drag and drop)
6. you can rename the extraction names (by pressing F2 or clicking on the name)
this will be used as full path e.g. you used as destination \hdd1\Games
and the game name you choose was Medal.Of.Honor than the full path would be
\hdd1\Games\Medal.Of.Honor
7.optional: if an iso was found that you don't want to extract hit the checkbox
in front of the name to deselect it (it won't get extracted then)
to invert the chechboxes click invert
8 optional: deselect skip $SystemUpdate and/or select delete iso
9. hit go
10. lean back and let the software do the rest.
Now it shows you the current status (statusbars at the bottom).
For more information on the current extraction you can go to the current tab

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special thanks:

* in <in@fishtank.com> for the initial extract-xiso build
* aiyyo for his modifications to support xbox360 and making it more user friendly
(skipping of $SystemUpdate and progress for current file)
* and everyone else who told me what to do better wink.gif

Download Link: http://wooot.de/isoextract.zip

old version:
Version 0.5: http://wooot.de/isoextract0.5.zip

Edited by somski, 11 October 2010 - 01:32 PM.


#2 seppelq

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 10:21 PM

beta tested it with 181 isos and only 3 failed to extract, seems like an exiso problem with very old games.

nice tool

Edited by seppelq, 16 February 2010 - 10:22 PM.


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Posted 16 February 2010 - 11:27 PM

great tool... thank you

#4 somski

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 02:15 AM

I forgot to mention that it automatically deletes the $SystemUpdate directory, because it is most likely not needed.
If someone really needs that, I can implement a checkbox that it won't be deleted on complete.

Another way would be to extract the $SystemUpdate directory with wx360 or XBOX360 Image Browser.

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Posted 20 February 2010 - 03:15 AM

no i think thats ok, no one needs system update..

#6 crimpshrine

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 03:28 PM

"+ each iso will be extracted to the target_dir\where_the_iso_is_located_in"

Any chance you could make it so you can choose a default target drive/directory? Over it automatically using the source target?

Extraction would be MUCH faster if it was not writing to the same drive as source.


Thanks!


#7 somski

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 04:23 PM

well maybe it's not well written

Your suggested behaviour is already in the application.

F:\ISO\AC2\iso.iso

and you select dir h:\iso_extract

than the extracted dir of the particular iso-file would be:

h:\iso_extract\AC2\

I hope this makes it clear

#8 crimpshrine

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 04:58 PM

QUOTE(somski @ Feb 24 2010, 03:23 PM) View Post

well maybe it's not well written

Your suggested behaviour is already in the application.

F:\ISO\AC2\iso.iso

and you select dir h:\iso_extract

than the extracted dir of the particular iso-file would be:

h:\iso_extract\AC2\

I hope this makes it clear


Sorry, I had not actually tried it yet. I was going based on what I quoted.

Thanks I will be trying this later, this looks like the most effective BATCH extractor to date.

Supporting directory recursion is awesome, how many people keep all their ISO's in a single directory?


#9 dpr99

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 05:14 PM

This is my go to extraction tool. Thanks somski.

#10 crimpshrine

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 05:23 PM

I just tried this tool, by far the very best batch ISO extractor to date.. Just select your base directory you want to extract your ISO's from and make sure recursive is set to on (it is by default), set the destination for ALL extracted dirs and click scan, It then scans all your ISO's and puts them up with them all checked to extract (you can deselect whatever you want at that point) then click go. It reproduces the same directory name on the destination with extracted contents for each ISO from the dir it was in. (minus the $SystemUpdate folder)

Perfect

Thanks again!!

The only addition I would ask if you are looking for any feature requests is the ability to generate a local directory structure for quickboot 2.0 after extraction. (Similar to what e-xiso GUI has) http://forums.xbox-s...howtopic=706990

You should post a link to this over at xboxhacker.net in their software forum also.


Edited by crimpshrine, 24 February 2010 - 05:28 PM.


#11 somski

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Posted 24 February 2010 - 06:41 PM

thank you. I've posted it on xboxhacker.org

Well about your feature request. I don't really see the point in it. When you extract all the isos to one directory, you can scan for it locally. exiso gui has the feature because it copies the files to the ftp and therefore you need a local copy of it. That's not the case here.

So the current goals for the next version are:

- Multi-DVD support (currently both Mass_Effect isos must be in seperate directories)
- Quickboot-File autogeneration (well maybe, quickboot2.0 is very good in it already)

Feel free to ask for more

Edited by somski, 24 February 2010 - 06:58 PM.


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Posted 24 February 2010 - 07:26 PM

QUOTE(somski @ Feb 24 2010, 05:41 PM) View Post

thank you. I've posted it on xboxhacker.org

Well about your feature request. I don't really see the point in it. When you extract all the isos to one directory, you can scan for it locally. exiso gui has the feature because it copies the files to the ftp and therefore you need a local copy of it. That's not the case here.



Sorry, you are correct. I did not realize that you could just launch quickboot and point it to where everything was extracted and generate and upload for all of them from quickboot.

So that really is not needed then.



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Posted 25 February 2010 - 12:55 PM

Yes, QuickBoot works great with local extracted isos, in exiso_GUI Quickboot-File autogeneration is only used for isos that have been extracted directly on FTP : it creates a local copy of the FTP folder tree.
Great tool too Somski, thanks ! smile.gif

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Posted 25 February 2010 - 01:27 PM

nice tool...

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 03:24 PM

If you can add this another feature:

create directory wit name of Title ID




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