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iso/cso/dax difference?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by yoayo, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. yoayo

    yoayo Member

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    Hi guys, just wondering about the different compression mode.

    i have sonic.iso = 234Mo, then if i use umdgen4 i can chnage it to cso and dax.

    sonic.cso=121Mo
    sonic.dax=116Mo

    What is the tradeoff to go from iso to cso for example?

    finally when i compress from iso to cso or dax they asking me between 1-9, i chose 9 but i don't know what to chose.

    Thx
     
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    WierdName Regular member

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    Its the compression. More compressed takes more time to load.

    -EDIT but it takes less memstick space.
     
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  3. yoayo

    yoayo Member

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    Thanks.

    Which compression mode do you advice (which level from 1 to 9)?


     
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    In my case, I prefer the lowest I can do that will give me an image small enough to fit on my memstick. It really depends on how long you want to wait for load times and how big your stick is.
     
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    i havent noticed much if any difference in cso size with compression levels. i just leave mine on 9
     
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    WierdName Regular member

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    Ya, I usually use 9.
     

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