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    yeah ive given up on usb loader cfg for devolution, usb loader GX works great with devolution,now im just having trouble trying to make a forwarder channel, mmm refuses to install the wad for some reason.
    EDIT: solved forwarder issue, had to update MMM Thanks alot guys! now i can enjoy my gamecube games on the laoder
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    Happy to help

    Glad you got it all working.

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    So I have a bunch of Gamecube games that I had converted using discex from a while back when I used Dios Mios. Those games are in a folder named after their game ID and it looks very unorganized. I noticed when I ripped a Gamecube game using USB Loader GX it put it in a folder with both the game name and the game ID which looks more organized to me. Is there any way to either automatically change the folder names that I have from the game ID to it's game name? Or is there a way to have discex or similar program scan my iso's and put them in their game name folders instead of game ID?

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    USB Loader GX, in my experience, is a bit picky about how the folders are named. They should read in the following name formats:

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    Game Name [GameID]


    If you're just having trouble telling what games are what you can do what I do. I have the folders named for the games GameID, but I googled each of my games by there GameID to find them on GameTDB.com. I then copied the games box art into the folder with the ISO. So now when viewed on my PC I see he games box art on the folder so I know which folder contains what game.

    If you want to experiment with different naming formats though I recommend only doing 1 game at a time till you find a naming format that works and that you like best.

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    The games work fine in USB Loader GX as is with the games being in their GameID folders so I'm not having any issues with that. I just rather be able to see my games listed alphabetically by their Game Name when I hook my USB Drive to my computer. Thanks for your idea though. Do you know of any computer program like discex that will put the games into the Game Name [GameID] format folders instead of their GameID folders?

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    Unfortunately I don't. If you want you can always install the games using USB loader GX instead of CleanRip. USB GX will output the folders the way you want, the reason I've stated to use CleanRip in the guide is because it ensures a 1:1 copy which most games need to be in (appearantly some games can be trimmed).

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    I think you can find out the GameID via the Dolphin emulator via right-clicking a game and going to properties. I cannot test this currently however...
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    I don't have much experience with Dolphin, I only ever used to for managing my memory card rips before using those in Devolution lol.

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    So I think I found a program that does what I want it to do. There is a program called Gamecube ISO Tool (made by the same person who made Wii Backup Manager) which will rip the .iso files into the DiscEx format and puts them in folder as Game Name [GameID]. The only thing I need help with now is writing a batch script so I don't have to do each game individually. I took a script that a friend helped me write for DiscEx and tried to change it for Gamecube ISO Tool but I'm having a problem with it. What I have so far is below and it's probably not very pretty.

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    Basically what it is doing is taking all the .iso files in the folder labeled zzz and converting them all to the DiscEx format. But after each iso is converted the conversion status screen stays and doesn't go away until I click the x to close the window. Once I close it out, it starts converting the next file and I have to do this every time for each file. According to the readme file, there is a quit command but I can't seem to get it working right. Readme below.

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    Wherever I put the -q command it seems to open and start and then immediately quit. If anyone has any ideas let me know. Also, if anyone wants to try out the batch script for Discex you can try it out below.

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    Again, it takes all the isos from a folder named zzz but you can edit it to the folder where yours are. It also compresses all of them as well. If you don't want any of them compressed then delete the -c between "%converter%" and "%isodir%\%%A.iso".

    Like I said earlier, I know nothing about batch scripts. I had a friend write the DiscEx one and I experimented with it to make the one for Gamecube ISO Tool. If you plan on using either of them, please backup your files. I would hate to have your games messed up because of these scripts.
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    Hey i have another question regarding devolution, i do use a PAL wii being in Australia and i recently got a hold of mysef some component cables to play games on 480P. I know with wii games it seems to work fine, but i heard some gamecube games could do it to, unfortunately the more i researched the more it seemed that 480P only existed for NTSC versions of the games, i was wondering if i got a hold of a NTSC version of the game could i do 480P via devolution?
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