Iris 2.60b Official: A Quick ISO Fix for 2.60 - If you just downloaded Iris for Cobra, there's an additional fix you're going to need. Check out the update here!
Please Note: This intro is copied from the original article on Iris Manager 2.60
ISO files and Cobra firmware are quickly becoming a new PS3 scene standard. As such, Estwald has updated his popular Iris Manager with full support for BD, PS3, PS2, and PSX ISOs. The full details are outlined in the log below! It should be noted that full NTFS drive mounting is part of the equation as well, so you no longer have to keep your games in 4GB chunks. You can even mount other types of files as ISOs to load them from large capacity NTFS drives as well.
What's New in version 2.60b:
Fixed issue where not submitted all ISOS, not show the internal icon that hung to list many games from NTFS (stupid fclose () forgotten , argh! XD)
What's New in version 2.60:
- Support functions + Cobra CFW 4.46 Rogero for ISOS
- Improved the preview icon in Archive Manager (pre-displayed icon in /dev_hdd0/games without going into the folder)
- Added Quick press Start+L2 to enter the Archive Manager, you will now have a more frequent use . If parental control is enabled, only allows non-hazardous use Archive Manager (ISOS mount Cobra mode and so on)
Mode becomes active only when Iris Manager is set to "Payload No Disco" and is detected cobra syscall 8 4.46. In this mode it is necessary to patch explore_plugin.sprx but may need libfs.sprx patched module.
- From NTFS drive, EXTx, / dev_hdd0, / dev_usb00x:
ISOS PS3 games: are in the folder "/ PS3ISO". The ICON0.PNG is viewed from within the ISO but you can put an image. Png (wide) or. Jpg (elongated) with the same name as a cover art ISO external. Also the cover art is taken conventional (typical of Multiman with the title id). The ISOS can be split (if needed) with extension follows name.iso.0, name.iso.1, ... name.iso.9 (2048 bytes / sector)
DVD ISOS: Single from "Archive Manager" (the default type are not detected when other). The ISOS can be split (if needed) with extension follows name.iso.0, name.iso.1, ... name.iso.9 (2048 bytes / sector)
Bluray ISOs: Single from "Archive Manager" (not sure if it works because I have none: basically, try to detect a mark UDF). The ISOS can be split (if needed) with extension follows name.iso.0, name.iso.1, ... name.iso.9 (2048 bytes / sector)
- From unit / dev_hdd0, / dev_usb00x:
PS3 games with single files: The usual way but with mounting Cobra.
PS1 ISOs: Use proper support Iris Manager, well known
PS2 ISOS: CD (without audio tracks and only ISO 2048 bytes / sector) and DVD (2048 bytes / sector). USB drives are not supported in this mode.
- From NTFS drive and the Archive Manager:
PS3 ISOs, BD, and DVD from any directory, using auto-detection.
Dynamic Creation ISOS: select a file, press SELECT and use the "Build ISO from file" to exit to the XMB with a data DVD ISO
Dynamic Creation ISOS with Showtime launched: Select and press X on a file type. Avi,. Mp4 or. Mkv (I have come to create a DVD ISO 32 GB ). If Showtime is installed automatically run, select the drive and ready Bluray (Showtime takes theirs to recognize and then play the file, but then goes smoothly )
Note on dynamic creation: the trick is to create a small file on NTFS drive's root (hence not supported EXTx, can not write) with the name "iris_manager.biso" which contains the ISO and sectors adosarle then file data.
Note on the general ISOS: It is important that the files are not too fragmented to avoid problems.
Have some ability to detect ISOS to assemble them from any directory (avoid using PS1 ISOs) and in the case of NTFS drive, ISOS dynamically create a single file containing (SELECT and "Build ISO from file) or released Showtime in files. avi,. mp4 and. mkv. isos must be 2048 bytes / sector and use extension. iso or is fragmented into several parts using extensions. iso.0,. iso.1 ..... iso.9 ...
Pressing SELECT can select the ISO as a favorite or disassemble the unit if it is NTFS or EXTx.
PS3 Favourite taken with preference to be shown / thrown / dev_hdd0, then ISOS and finally / dev_usb00x
- PSP Games: No support is provided.
- Create PS3 game ISOS: