Aug 6 2003, 02:00 PM
Using the search function wasn't too helpful, so I thought I'd ask and see if I could get any responses. I put in NCAA04 and MXM booted up, there was no image for the game. I assumed a dvd/cd would place the icon image from the xbe into mxm, but I guess not. So anyways, I was wondering if there was a way to inject .iso(s) with the mxm_ss.wmv files without extracting the iso? I use xiso, and it doesnt seem to have a option, maybe I havent looked hard enough.
Also BJ, I was wondering once again with those ID #'s we were talking about before, is there any way to link certain #'s to video's through maybe a configuration file? That way you pop in a dvd, it finds the id and matches it with a video on your hard-drive? I dont know, just a thought.
Aug 6 2003, 02:15 PM
My understanding is that if you have some saved settings from the game, MXM will pull the image from the metadata in E:\UDATA (or E:\TDATA...I forget which one). You could try loading the game and saving some settings.
Injecting the file into an ISO will be more difficult. xISO may work without corrupting the image if the MXM_SS.WMV was already included in the image. That is, xISO would be able to replace it. Injecting a file requires that you alter the image header, which is a bit more complex. I'm not sure how much toying LepPpeR has been doing with Craxtion, but it may have have this capability in the next version.
Aug 6 2003, 02:21 PM
Well, what I'm considering is an app database that will allow you to keep media files and such on the hard drive in a centralized location, as well as your own personal descriptions, help, etc... there's more, as it should be fairly comprehensive.
I'm still thinking of how to do it efficiently, and if there's a way I can use it to speed up other things as well.