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Sunday, January 1, 2012

multiMAN 02.09.02 w/ Emulator Pack & discBOOT

POSTED BY funky gamez | POSTED ON 2:46 AM | TAGS

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multiMAN packs many facets: It's a full-fledged Backup Manager, a File Manager, an FTP server, and an AVCHD and BDMV (Blu-ray) video player ... plus it does a lot more. It's highly configurable with many different display modes. multiMAN is open source -- you can find the source code right here.
multiMAN 02.09.02 CHANGELOG
  • When you start a PSX game, multiMAN will check if the game requires ps1emu or ps1netemu. There is a list of 160 games which seem to require ps1netemu to be used. So if it happens that the game you start (using the regular "Load (PSX/PS3)") is found in the list, multiMAN will start the proper emulator.
multiMAN 02.09.01 CHANGELOG
  • Improved performance in XMMB display mode
  • Backup from PS3 game discs now works as it should
  • Support for PSX backups on 3.41CFW/MFW (10x to an0nymous for the lv1/lv2 offsets)
  • You can still launch PSX games from XMMB Game Column
  • You can still launch PS3 game backups from DVD-R/RW / BD-R/RE
  • You cannot create ISO backups or access non-genuine PS3 game discs (unless Direct Disc Access is enabled)
  • You will see an animated icon in XMMB Game column, which you can use to launch your PSX backups.
  • To keep the same functionality as before you can turn on "Direct Disc Access" from XMMB Settings column.
>>> Press [TRIANGLE] -> Enable Direct Disc Access
>>> When in Direct Disc Access mode you can rip BD movie discs, launch games, but you can't create backups of PS3 Game Discs.
>>> Do not use "Direct Disc Access Mode" unless you really need it.
multiMAN 02.09.00 CHANGELOG
  • Improved performance in XMMB display mode
  • Backup from PS3 game discs now works as it should
  • You can still launch PSX games from XMMB Game Column
  • You can still launch PS3 game backups from DVD-R/RW / BD-R/RE
  • You cannot create ISO backups or access non-genuine PS3 game discs (unless Direct Disc Access is enabled)
  • You will see an animated icon in XMMB Game column, which you can use to launch your PSX backups.
  • To keep the same functionality as before you can turn on "Direct Disc Access" from XMMB Settings column.
  • Press [TRIANGLE] -> Enable Direct Disc Access
  • When in Direct Disc Access mode you can rip BD movie discs, launch games, but you can't create backups of PS3 Game Discs.
  • Do not use "Direct Disc Access Mode" unless you really need it.
multiMAN features:
  • User defined options
  • Copy/backup progress bar
  • Support and display for 7 devices (HDD/USB/BD/SDHC/MS/CF)
  • Support for REMOTE PLAY via PSP or other compatible peripherals
  • Animated icons and backgrounds
  • Update check/download feature
  • Support for COVER.PNG in AVCHD video folders
  • Support for AVCHD activation from external USB devices
  • Support for backup of AVCHD to internal HDD
  • Support for playback of AVCHD and Blu-ray content from internal HDD
  • Overscan support for DLP and CRT TV sets
  • MP3/AC3 playback (play songs using the File manager from local and network locations)
  • JPEG/PNG picture viewer (browse/view pictures using the File manager from local and network locations)
  • HEX file viewer
  • Support for at least 10 freetype fonts (user can change using [R3] in game display modes)
multiMAN XMMB Mode (XMB Clone)
multiMAN Display mode #7 with XMM Theme
multiMAN Game Settings Menu
multiMAN System Menu
multiMAN Display Mode #1
multiMAN Display Mode #2
multiMAN Display Mode #3
multiMAN Display Mode #4
multiMAN Display Mode #5
multiMAN Display Mode #6 (HEX Viewer)
multiMAN Display Mode #6 (File Manager)
multiMAN Display Mode #8
multiMAN Display Mode #7
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multiMAN 02.05.00 #2
multiMAN 02.05.00 #3
multiMAN 02.09.02 w/ Emulator Pack & discBOOT
multiMAN 02.09.02 w/ Emulator Pack & discBOOT
multiMAN 02.09.02 w/ Emulator Pack & discBOOT

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