Saturday, July 7, 2012

MemcardRex 1.6 released

  • Added Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V shortcuts for "Copy" and "Paste save from temp buffer" options respectively.
  • Added support for *.VM1 Memory Cards.
  • Added support for InterAct DexDrive (Thanks to Frédéric Brière for information).
  • Icon size for save properties window can now be selected (Inspired by the Kubusleonidas' Memory Card editor).
  • Simplified plugin interface (for programmer) but just as powerful.
  • Application settings are now stored in the XML file format.
  • GUI is now more consistent with the general usage guidelines.
  • Updated "SpyroEdit" plugin to version 0.3.
  • Bundled "MGSEdit 0.1" plugin, a Metal Gear Solid save editor.
 


Download link:
MemcardRex 1.6

22 comments:

  1. Excellent! I'm looking forward another next plugins e.g. for FF7 that IMHO would kick some PC-reedition (with boost option) ass.
    Thanks and keep up good work.

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    1. Thanks for the support.
      FF7 already has a cool editor called Black Chocobo which can edit pretty much everything.
      Would be awesome if author implemented the plugin interface though.

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    2. Author don't mind porting or creating external plugin for MemcardRex, he's also willing to help with process but he doesn't do C#.

      here's full statement:
      http://forums.qhimm.com/index.php?topic=9625.msg194121#msg194121

      Regards- winter_mute of PSEmu.pl AKA Karol M. :]

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  3. One of the best utilities for managing saves from all time.

    Thank you so much for your effort!. I also own a DexDrive and I'm very happy I bought it when it was soooo cheap (50 cents LOL), because PS2 was already in the market and nobody wanted those for PSx.

    It's a pity I couldn't buy the N64 one, but I'm looking forward it ^^.

    Thanks again for this nice program!!

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  4. is there a guide to using this, shendo? i got what i need but i don't know what to do next.

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  5. No, I haven't made a guide because it works pretty much as every other Memory Card editor out there.

    What would you like to accomplish using the software?

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  6. Probably a dumb question, but is there a way to use this to convert an epsxe save to PS3? My PS3 isn't modded, and I don't have a PSP/Vita to fool around with. If not, no worries. Great job btw. :)

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    1. Currently no, since the signing process of the PSV files is not known.

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  7. I'm trying to import a PSV save in to this program, but any time I do, I get "File cannot be opened". I've tried multiple drives, and I get the same thing. My PS3 is an original launch 60GB unit and is on version 4.31. Am I doing something wrong?

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    1. What save (which game) do you have in the PSV file?

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  8. excellent program but when I dexdrive writing, does not advance anything, which the problem?
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    excelente programa pero cuando hago writing dexdrive, no avanza nada ,¿cuales el problema?

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    1. Connect the power supply to your DexDrive (12V jack).
      Seems like COM port doesn't supply enough "juice" for the write to be successful.

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    2. use a serial to USB adapter and connect the 12v.
      concerned with one called dexter101 and that if I write the game taken from memcard rex with the "export save" and lodeja extension *. mcs
      Setra? Because I use windows 7 64 bits?

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    3. So, dexter is working fine but MemcardRex don't?
      I will check it out with various PS1 memory cards.

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    4. OK. I found the issue. It will be fixed in 1.7 version.

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  9. Is there a reason you can't save .VMP but can open it?

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    1. Yes. VMP contains a digital signature.
      Since no one (to my knowledge) has cracked it yet only reading of the VMP files is possible.

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