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So I got a few games for PS1(and Dreamcast) that are multi-disc. Like Final Fantasy, Metal Gear Solid. I hear that these games can be loaded with a .m3u file From what I can gather, that file is basically a notepad document with the listed .cue files. for the game. So would it just be listed as follows and then I import that as the .cue file for the game? Final Fantasy VII (Disc 1).cue Final Fantasy VII (Disc 2).cue Final Fantasy VII (Disc 3).cue Or am I missing some key elements here?
First of all, I want to thank all those who make up this great community. For all the excellent work with Launchbox and all the offered support. It has been so far a lot useful. On the other hand, I want to apologize for my English, my mother language is Spanish, so I will try to explain my question in the best possible way. About Japanese computers PC88, PC98 and Sharp x 68000 which ROMS for the most part (at least that I could find) are floppy image files and many games needs 2, 3 or more discs to work. I wonder if there is some method, or AHK Script, or command line, or batch file that could somehow "automount" necessary disks with the respective emulator (e.g. those recommended by Sentaibrad in his video tutorials) so that when be launched from launchbox, not be necessary to change or manually insert disks to play those games. If there isn´t a method at the time, well, it will then be manual swapping. Again, I thank you all for the help Greetings