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aswadd 10-09-2016 12:59

Help Compressing DOA5LR !
 
Hi , I tried to compress this game but it seems I can't get it less than 8 GB
Dead or alive 5 last round + DLCs v1.4 [ Original Game + update 1.4 = 9.5 GB ]
No Zlib was detected so i thought srep+lzma will do something but only 8.18 GB
I'm using Srep with 1GB dictionary + XZ with 300MB dictionary
:D any ideas ?

FitGirl 10-09-2016 13:22

Game resources are encrypted + compressed. So to compress it good you have to decrypt/uncompress them before. AFAIK there no good tools for rebuilding data for DOA (while you can extract most files), so...

aswadd 10-09-2016 13:23

So i guess winrar is my ally this time :D

FitGirl 10-09-2016 15:29

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Originally Posted by aswadd (Post 451494)
So i guess winrar is my ally this time :D

For such cases I'd use ZSTD.

aswadd 11-09-2016 01:59

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Originally Posted by FitGirl (Post 451498)
For such cases I'd use ZSTD.

Srep+lzma gave me better ratio than zstd even with other lzma

Amsal 11-09-2016 03:13

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Originally Posted by aswadd (Post 451518)
Srep+lzma gave me better ratio than zstd even with other lzma

with the newest zstd version, there are around 19 levels, and additional 3 more levels, and i think you tested previous version or low level for compression and chunk size also matters :D

EDIT: You should try srep+zstd and zstd should be set at level 19, download the latest zstd from my attachment ;) and use cmdinfo by felice for the info about the use of it :)

aswadd 13-09-2016 00:25

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Originally Posted by Amsal (Post 451520)
with the newest zstd version, there are around 19 levels, and additional 3 more levels, and i think you tested previous version or low level for compression and chunk size also matters :D

EDIT: You should try srep+zstd and zstd should be set at level 19, download the latest zstd from my attachment ;) and use cmdinfo by felice for the info about the use of it :)

I tested level 19 :D However it took much time to complete a single 400 MB File & still srep+lzma better in ratio & speed

Amsal 13-09-2016 01:40

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Originally Posted by aswadd (Post 451567)
I tested level 19 :D However it took much time to complete a single 400 MB File & still srep+lzma better in ratio & speed

Did you compared using srep+zstd or just zstd, try with srep+zstd if you didn't done that!

aswadd 13-09-2016 02:41

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Originally Posted by Amsal (Post 451569)
Did you compared using srep+zstd or just zstd, try with srep+zstd if you didn't done that!

yes i did that
72,966,144 => 28,393,926 bytes. Ratio 38.9% srep+Zstd [level 19]
72,966,144 => 24,839,507 bytes. Ratio 34.0% srep+lzma [max]

I tested on link file from DOA5LR :o

Amsal 13-09-2016 03:24

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Originally Posted by aswadd (Post 451570)
yes i did that
72,966,144 => 28,393,926 bytes. Ratio 38.9% srep+Zstd [level 19]
72,966,144 => 24,839,507 bytes. Ratio 34.0% srep+lzma [max]

I tested on link file from DOA5LR :o

Bro, if you see other settings of zstd and configs, then zstd could make compression same or even less in most condition, there chunk size also matter, like for lzma, you set it for max but in zstd, u used simple way, and that why 4mb difference you see!

SAM2712 13-09-2016 04:47

I am using these settings below and get around ~8.25gb :
DATA , DATA2 , DLC folder > msc+srep64+xz
Movie > srep64+xz (Ratio 94.90)
All rest files in Install folder > msc+srep64+dispack070+xz (Ratio 79.04)
So Try urself !

SAM2712 13-09-2016 04:56

Aswadd ! Can u help me in one thing ?
I need to know, how to compress only list files written in text file .
So the compression will be there only selected files written in text file.
Like this method :
arc a -di -i1 -ep1 -ed -r -w. \ [email protected] outputfile.bin -mmethod "input\*"
correct me and please tell me, Is there need to write the full path or only install path of folder have to write in text file ?

aswadd 13-09-2016 05:02

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Originally Posted by SAM2712 (Post 451575)
I am using these settings below and get around ~8.25gb :
DATA , DATA2 , DLC folder > msc+srep64+xz
Movie > srep64+xz (Ratio 94.90)
All rest files in Install folder > msc+srep64+dispack070+xz (Ratio 79.04)
So Try urself !

Winrar Max settings = 8.7 GB :D:D I think it's good compared to the time & ratio of others :D:D

why did u use msc ?? I it's useless it won't make any change to videos :confused::confused:
also why dispack070 ?? I reached around 8.18 GB with only srep+Lzma max / srep + xz with huge dictionary about 8.1 GB :D no need other tools , also msc didn't help me :\

aswadd 13-09-2016 05:09

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Originally Posted by SAM2712 (Post 451576)
Aswadd ! Can u help me in one thing ?
I need to know, how to compress only list files written in text file .
So the compression will be there only selected files written in text file.
Like this method :
arc a -di -i1 -ep1 -ed -r -w. \ [email protected] outputfile.bin -mmethod "input\*"
correct me and please tell me, Is there need to write the full path or only install path of folder have to write in text file ?

can give an example for what u need to do ??
also try this command to compress only files with certain extension
EX :
dir /s /b *.bin |precomp043 -intense0 -cn "{}"
other thing if you want to import from text file / output of program Just use [For /f command]

SAM2712 13-09-2016 06:46

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Originally Posted by aswadd (Post 451578)
can give an example for what u need to do ??
also try this command to compress only files with certain extension
EX :
dir /s /b *.bin |precomp043 -intense0 -cn "{}"
other thing if you want to import from text file / output of program Just use [For /f command]

Don't understand Bud .
Do u mean dir /f ? for using text file ?
Give e.g with attachment below :confused:
I want to compress files written in text file.


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