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have a very big ps1 collection and instead of having them zipped and slowly converting them to eboots to save having to uncompressing them as in brads video.

some games come with many bin files which the psx2topsp cant handle what I'm doing is mounting them then making a new image then using px2psp and they seem to be working fine.

is this right of should I leave the ones with many bin files zipped

thanks

 

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I just ignored them. I didn't put them in archives (you know I'm against them), but I didn't want to keep going. Once I had 95% of my library converted, I was happy. It was a significant savings already. You did the right thing with them though. If you got the games from a set, and you know they're quality rips, the thing to do is to convert them to a single bin / cue duo. People were telling me after how to deal with multi bin files, which was to mount the cue and then save it as a new bin / cue.

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2 minutes ago, SentaiBrad said:

I just ignored them. I didn't put them in archives (you know I'm against them), but I didn't want to keep going. Once I had 95% of my library converted, I was happy. It was a significant savings already. You did the right thing with them though. If you got the games from a set, and you know they're quality rips, the thing to do is to convert them to a single bin / cue duo. People were telling me after how to deal with multi bin files, which was to mount the cue and then save it as a new bin / cue.

 

Thanks Brad it take some time but worth it

also work on my psp 

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