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Old 21-09-2001, 05:11
Kai-G Kai-G is offline
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My .iml file of Gran Turismo 3 is just 16KB big and iml2iso doesnīt work.

Hi,

is it right that the .iml file of Gran Turismo 3 (created with CD/DVD Generator 1.00) is just 16KB big and the .ims file just 48KB?
If itīs wrong, what am I doing wrong???
I open the CD/DVD Generator 1.00, clicked on put directory and gave him the folder where my files of Gran Turismo (the new .vol file etc. 3) at. Then I went to Volume, and typed in the Disk Name and the Volume. Then I went to Layout and did everything excactly like in the ISO Buster (by the way, which track time must I use (you know, thats the window above) ? Must I use the 1., 2., 3. or 4. track type???) Back to the main problem: After all that I went to: FILE\EXPORT IML FILE, then I saved it with the Name ggt3.iml.

If its right, that the .iml file is just 16KB and the .ims file just 48KB,
what am I doing wrong now???
I did it like this:
I copied the iml2iso.exe file in the same directory where the ggt3.iml and the ggt3.ims files are. I opened the iml2iso.exe, but nthing happens!!! There is just for letīs say 1 second a black DOS-window,
but it doesnīt do any .ISO file!!! Why???

Please help me.

Thanks.

Kai-G
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Old 21-09-2001, 13:03
Night_Zombie Night_Zombie is offline
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I got this off some other Tutorial, try and see if works:

Use im2liso to change the iml file to iso. iml2iso should be in the same directory where exported iml file is. Go to start and run menu, then browse to iml2iso.exe and then click open. After that write

Command:[exported iml file].iml[name of the game].iso

Then click ok. this will take several minute.

Correct me if I'm wrong
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Old 21-09-2001, 17:49
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That doesn't sound right.
My advise to you is to try to rip an easier game first like Summoner then you have more understanding of the basics of ripping.
Then try ripping GT3 again and you'll find it much easier.

Sim
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Old 22-09-2001, 03:40
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Sim, Dal and I were discussing the principles here the other day.

It seems to us that there are gaps in the Gokun and Morganator tutorials that cause difficulties for individuals. You have already provided a wealth of informationin your posts.

Is there any chance that you might find the time to provide an improved tutorial that accommodates that extra information? Deano might be able to publish it on hi site.

Cheers
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Old 22-09-2001, 06:39
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I am short on time at the moment but when I get around to it I will write a simple step-by-step guide including tools to use how to use them and where to get them.
I will even have a section for how to boot the game.

Deano could do with adding a tools section to his site and a dvd rip section with all the existing rips like gokans etc.
That way we can help to create a definitive ripping information site.

Just an idea

Sim PM

PS. If anyone else has had success with dvd rips and fancies making a simplified tutorial make one and we can improve the information that is already available allowing more people to benefit from our shared knowledge!
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