You should probably take some time to familiarize on how redump.org and DIC work before criticizing.
Type "DiscImageCreator /?"
Arguments between <> are mandatory and arguments between  are optional.
The arguments work fine.
Adopted IsoBuster sector.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … or_test.7z
Thanks a lot sarami!
I noticed that if you have a filename with a dot, DIC will truncate it at the dot, for example "Game name (v1.2)" becomes "Game name (v1".
Is there a way to escape characters? I tried using a backslash before the dot but it just created a new directory.
Thanks for the update sarami.
BTW can you modify the *_volDesc.txt log so that it also has the Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD) in the format that the "New Disc" form requires?
@darksabre76: I mounted this disc using gBurner and this was the result
gBurner Virtual DVD-ROM 1.0A (Unknown) Current Profile: CD-ROM Disc Information: Status: Complete State of Last Session: Complete Erasable: No Sessions: 1 Sectors: 152,213 Size: 311,732,224 bytes Time: 33:51:38 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Read Speeds: 32x File System Information: Sectors: 151,913 Size: 311,117,824 bytes Time: 33:47:38 (MM:SS:FF) TOC Information: Session 1... (LBA: 0 / 00:02:00) -> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 / 00:02:00) -> LeadOut (LBA: 152213 / 33:51:38) Track Information: Session 1... -> Track 01 (LTSA: 0, LTS: 152213, LRA: 0)
Here's what it looks like with the CCD mounted with Virtual Clone Drive:
ELBY CLONEDRIVE 1.4 (SCSI) Current Profile: CD-ROM Disc Information: Status: Unknown State of Last Session: Unknown Erasable: Unknown Formatted: Unknown Sessions: Unknown Sectors: 297,098 Size: 608,456,704 bytes Time: 66:03:23 (MM:SS:FF) TOC Information: Session 1... (LBA: 0) -> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 152362) -> Track 02 (Audio, 03:13:39, LBA: 152363 - 166876) -> Track 03 (Audio, 03:07:35, LBA: 166877 - 180936) -> Track 04 (Audio, 03:05:70, LBA: 180937 - 194881) -> Track 05 (Audio, 02:58:08, LBA: 194882 - 208239) -> Track 06 (Audio, 03:04:73, LBA: 208240 - 222112) -> Track 07 (Audio, 02:55:52, LBA: 222113 - 235289) -> Track 08 (Audio, 03:08:54, LBA: 235290 - 249443) -> Track 09 (Audio, 03:09:59, LBA: 249444 - 263677) -> Track 10 (Audio, 03:07:42, LBA: 263678 - 277744) -> Track 11 (Audio, 02:52:71, LBA: 277745 - 290715) -> Track 12 (Audio, 01:25:07, LBA: 290716 - 297097) -> LeadOut (LBA: 297098)
I have a few games in "redump format" that I'd like to play, but to do that I need to mount the images. Virtual Clone Drive can mount single track .bin files (without a .cue), but multi-track images need to be in .ccd to work with it.
CUE2CCD from Dr. Hell worked sarami. Thanks!
If I'm not mistaken, Alcohol needs SPTD to work.
Using Isobuster worked to generate a single .bin/.iso file, but is there a way to convert a cue to ccd? VCD accepts ccd but not cue.
IIRC both Daemon Tools and Alcohol needed SPTD to work. SPTD had issues with my burners, that why I moved to Virtual Clone Drive.
Hi sarami, any updates on the redump -> CCD option?
Re-Volt already had the correct data. The latest change only affected some discs. All those discs are fixed now:
Re-Volt only had the correct data because I sent you the sub file from cdtool or have you forgotten? DIC wasn't able to create the intention file for it, now it can.
/se doesn't work with the new version.
Subintention file was still blank with the test version using the following command line: DiscImageCreator cd k Re-Volt 4 /d8 /c2 /ns /s 2
I'll try to test it tonight to see if dumps correctly now.
Sarami, I submitted a feature request on github on December 30th, but never got any replies. Should I repost it here?
There are 35 pages of replies here and I'll go back through a few of them (more if i can find a thread search tool), but I figured I'd take a short-cut and ask directly:
I mainly try to dump game system discs (Saturn, PS1, PS2, Dreamcast, SegaCD, NeoGeoCD, 3DO). I saw no specific instructions for any of those formats EXCEPT dreamcast.
Am I to understand that I just need to follow the CD dump guide with nothing else needed in order to produce Redump verifiable dumps?
Did you read the readme.txt that came with DIC?
What influence does a virtual image mounted in Daemon Tools have in your physical drive?
The only way I can imagine this being done without a trap disc is with a hacked firmware for the drive.
Sarami: And you could not implement the trap disc in the program for "gd" option?
That way we forget about having to do the swap.
I'm quite positive that's impossible. The idea of the trap disc is to fool the drive into thinking there's a 99 min CD in.
How can you fool the drive without swapping?
Of course they'll "fall through the cracks" if only the first page of that forum is looked into.
@mods: Seriously, if you're already going to waste precious time of your life to add some dumps, please go from oldest to newest. The dumpers have also wasted their precious time to post the info.
PS: I'm not even talking about any of my dumps. It just bothers me that redumps that aren't even a week old are being added while 2+ years redumps are just forgotten there.
Is there any particular reason for new verifications to be added before the ones from 2014?