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    DarkStone is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Cars Gameboot!

    The red car sliding off a cliff by accident. I find this one funny.

    Here you go: Download Gameboot!

    Here is a GIF preview: Click Here!

    Here is a flash preview (includes sound!): Click Here!

    Enjoy! :)

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    Jubblin is offline -Hacks Veteran
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    wow this is sweet how big is it?

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    sticky is offline Senior Member -Hacks Titan
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    nice... that show rocks man... sad to see that he never race with DJ and his gang....

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    mozza is offline -Hacks Ninja
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    just a quick question i have been trying to rip dvd's but i am really struggaling to do it what program did you use to do your gameboot
    i have read the tut that was posted up in the forums i have also posted up in help on is link

    and here is the tut i follwed i know this should really be in help but no one really helped me in there.

    Step 1, WinMenc
    1: Open up WinMenc
    2: Go to add files
    3: Find the video you want to use
    4: Go to load profile
    5: Select PSP AVI profile
    6: Go to the audio tab
    7: Select no audio on the drop down menu
    8: Go to the video tab, and make sure the FPS is 29.970
    9: Go to the batch tab
    10: Select your output folder
    11: Hit encode

    nothing happens just a dos box flashes up really quick

    12: Now go back to the audio tab
    13: Select MP3 from the drop down list
    14: Go to the video tab
    15: Select no video.
    16: Now go to batch and encode this.
    17: You should now have two files. The video and sound separate

    Step 2, WAV converter & Virtual Dub Mod
    1: Open up the WAV converter
    2: Go to add, then change file types to all
    3: Find the MP3 from your video
    4: Select output format as WAV
    5: Hit start
    6: That’s the audio out of the way
    7: Now open up virtual dub mod
    8: Go to file , then open video file
    9: Find the video part of your file
    10: Now go to save as
    11: Make sure its going to save as an AVI
    12: And that’s that. You now have the source files ready

    Step 3, Sony UMD Tools
    1: Open up the UMD Stream composer.exe
    2: Go to new
    3: Name it what you want. Click next
    4: Tick the PSP Movie format (for game) bit.
    5: Change the max clip size to 2mb or less
    6: Hit finish
    7: Go to video source
    8: Find your video file made earlier with Virtual Dub Mod
    9: Go to audio source
    10: Find the WAV you made earlier with the MP3 to WAV converter.
    11: Now go to run at the top
    12: Choose encode + multiplex
    13: Hit start
    14: Well done the .mps has been made

    Step 4, .mps to .pmf Converter
    1: Go to My Documents (well yours)
    2: Go to the UMD Stream composer folder
    3: The .mps file is in here somewhere (I forget where exactly!)
    4: Now rename the .mps file to gameboot.
    5: Put it in the same directory as the .mps to .pmf converter
    6: Run the converter (Click Run Me)
    7: And your gameboot.pmf should be created

    nice gameboot by the way

    thx mozza

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