CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by cleeg » August 21st, 2016, 7:05 pm

Shadow wrote:Can't say when it'll be released, but hopefully within 2 weeks.
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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by RetroProf » October 1st, 2016, 7:28 pm

This is Amazing. Thank you, thank you so very much. :praise

I've download the US pack, and also the PAL pack, even though I don't use PAL games due to being 50Hz. (Well, technically you can convert them to 60Hz, but you need to offset the screen, and it requires three different pieces of software.

Not to sound greedy but...

Any chance of working on a Japanese pack?

There's a ton of great Japanese exclusives, such as Hermie Hopperhead, Pepsiman, and others, which feature CD audio tracks.

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by eric90000 » October 2nd, 2016, 3:04 am

Sorry if this is a silly question, but are you guys using these CU2 files along with the BIN files ripped from the discs themselves? CUE files are not needed, correct?

Is there an easier place to download the BIN files in packs, similar to the EverDrive rom packs, rather than having to rip the games disc by disc? I'm not condoning piracy or anything, just curious.

I'm new to this and will be hoping to get a PSIO in the next batch, trying to learn exactly what I need to have.

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by MateriaMind » October 11th, 2016, 11:35 am

CUE Files are not needed with PSIO. Only in the event of a multi-bin game is a CU2 sheet needed. Check around some of the better known ROM websites to download ReDump images. A quick search via Google will point you in the right direction. Also- be sure to read the PSIO Manual (available on the homepage via downloads) a full read through. Good luck getting a unit!!!
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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by lovewiibrew » January 10th, 2017, 6:23 am

So cue2 sheets are no longer needed for multi bin games on the newest firmware?

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by Matt » January 10th, 2017, 10:22 am

No, CU2 sheets are always required only if your game uses CDDA whether it be multidisc based or not.

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Post by lovewiibrew » January 10th, 2017, 12:20 pm

The list of cu2 sheets would still be helpful then wouldn't they?

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by MateriaMind » January 10th, 2017, 1:43 pm

In theory they should work but I recommend you use the Systems Console program to merge your multi-bin games and create a cu2 from that- it does it automatically anyways. I pulled all my cu2 files from this forum besides the Thrill Kill package just because if you (people in general) have PSIO- you should/ need to be versed in how to utilize the device and any supporting software correctly. It's so simple it's almost drag and drop.
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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by Matt » January 10th, 2017, 1:51 pm

It's better to use the Systems Console program to generate a CU2 sheet. It's 100% accurate. I've had problems with ReDump, and using it now is the old/obsolete method.

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Post by NewYears1978 » August 5th, 2018, 3:11 pm

I've been away for quite awhile - but now that shipments are headed out and I have just mailed off my board I am preparing all my files.

I had previous used Systems Console to fix all my games but I guess I deleted them since the PSIO was so far off. So my question is this still required, or has anything changed since the last post above?

I have REDUMP games, however I notice most of them have multiple track .bin files.

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by Matt » August 5th, 2018, 7:59 pm

Use the Systems Console to convert them. It's easier. The CU2 sheets on this forum are for the older method.

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by NewYears1978 » August 7th, 2018, 2:20 pm

How can I tell which games require CU2? I noticed most of my games are actually single bin/cue but there are a few multi bin..is it only the multi bin that need the CU2?

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Re: CU2 Files- NTSC-U Games (Revised w/ links)

Post by Matt » August 8th, 2018, 9:56 am

If you open the standard CUE sheet file that is in your games folder, if it has audio track listings you will need a CU2 sheet because the game uses CDDA.

Rule: If the game uses CDDA, it needs a CU2 sheet. Otherwise, you do not need one.

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