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Customize PSP ISO CSO

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by mhouse, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. mhouse

    mhouse Guest

    Any one know a way to modify the music in a psp iso game? like taking out the bad music in a video game and putting in your own music?
     
  2. Dr1ver

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    Yes you can delete music from an iso and it will not play that track but putting your own music on is a bit different I think it is possable but you have to convert you music files to RAW or AT3 and rename it the same as the track you deleted.
     
  3. mhouse

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    ok, ill try that. What is the program that people use to open the ISO so that i can delete and edit the music?
     
  4. palak

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    just use umdgen 4.00
     
  5. mhouse

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    I was trying to change the music in the psp game draghona ball z another road but there is no music folder. I just read online that you can replace the game music with your own music only on games made by EA.
     
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    hey can yall help me on what to take out of my fifa 08 iso

    so that it wont have any comentaries (NARRATORS)
     
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    you need to find the folder where the music is stored. this is only avalable for some game because some are merged to gether with the game as one big folder.

    I use winrar to access the folders in the iso and then i find a folder that has .at3 or .raw

    If you want to change the music then you will have to convert the music into .at3 or .raw and then put it back in the same place and the same name and that still might not work.
     
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    so this will take out the comentaries

    how and using what application culd i be able to listen and check to see if those aree the comentaries
     
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    there are some converters that change them to mp3 i dont know what there called but there are some. at3 is sonys own music format so there own music player will allow you to listen to them.
     
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    so do u think i should google sony music player??


    im gonna try .at3 file player
     

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