Psx scraper

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of momaw27 momaw27 1 year, 5 months ago.

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  • #110564
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    g0nz0uk
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    Hello,

    I’ve scraped all my emulators using the Sselph emulator, but I can’t get the psx one to work, have you used Sselph’s scraper for psx games?

    #110570
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    epe9686518
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    I just used the ES built in scraper and did my 150 psx games by hand with that, took a little while but worked great.

    #110571
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    adid4s
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    It’s better to use the gamesdb built in scraper for ps1, because sometimes the file names don’t match, youll have to manually change the name while scraping then it should find every game no problem

    #110575
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    robertybob
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    I helped Sselph getting the PSX ability sorted so I know it does work (or at least should work). Do your .cue files point to the .bin (this is case sensitive!)? Perhaps you have slightly different hashes to what’s on redump.org – in which case it would be nice if there was a way you could send these hashes to him to update the database for future users 🙂

    #110657
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    momaw27
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    Yeah, SSELPH’s scraper didn’t work for me because my PSX isos are in the .PBP format. The built in ES scraper works great… but is time consuming.

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