IRIS Manager v2.93 (official)
- Updated the ISO tools ( PC_ps3iso_utilities_with_src_v1.8.zip ) to raise the cap CFW version 4.50 to 4.60 in patchps3iso
- A request Lustar ( GameTDB ) has introduced a new system to update the covers (covers) and Iris Manager now change the User Agent to " IrisManager - v2.93 " on that server.
- In the game updates the User Agent is changed also to simulate a PC
- Added support ( for Cobra / Mamba ) for Bluray movies , DVD Video and MKV (using " BluRay Drive " on Showtime ) in the category " Homebrew " ( the Homebrew / PSN are listed first) and in the new category " Films " ( only movies are listed )
NOTE 1: As a reminder, pressing R3 / L3 access the various categories.
External drives Supports NTFS, FAT or EXTx . Also hdd0 .
The bluray should be in the folder / BDISO , the DVD / DVDISO in root (as in Multiman ) . Allowed subfolders and JPG is supported with the same name as the ISO title page ( eg my_film.iso -> my_film.jpg as cover) . The display name is taken from the file itself , then it is recommended to edit it if it is too long or short descriptive.
The MKV should go in the / root MKV . Allowed subfolders and JPG is supported with the same name as the MKV caratula ( eg my_film.mkv -> my_film.jpg as cover) . The display name is taken from the file itself , then it is recommended to edit it if it is too long or short descriptive. After selecting a movie , Showtime launches to reproduce , creating an ISO dynamically BDVD to associate with the unit.
NOTE 2: For films accessible SELECT options in other categories are not included.
NOTE 3 : We have also made other changes to the code level , such as inclusion in main.h of tags that define the internal flags of the games / movies. Hope I have not screwed up in the translation code .
NOTE 4 : In principle, the BDISO and support is included DVDISO thinking of those who have broken reader. Since we were , put MKV support (creating a dynamically ISO ) if someone wants to include such films using covers. Showtime perfectly the movie play like this with your NTFS support and also allows you to navigate freely between directories: this is just for geeks .