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That would only be useful if you wanted to sort them by date modified on your machine. I can see your idea behind that. The thing is, the database does not, or only support it partially. In the current state the exact modification time on cuesheet data is not given, you can only track the latest disc entry modification as a whole.

I was planning to add an extra datetime for cuesheet modifications, which would cross your idea. As soon as my plan is realised i can see what i can do regarding your idea.

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I was told by F1ReB4LL to add them, so I guess he knows more.

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Both were already available for new disc submissions.

If it has ISO9660 file system i will add it.

Also other systems you know of which have ISO9660 file system?

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I don't see why he would get the offset from sector -1 if we are dumping discs from sector 0 and forwards. This is probably just a bad master or a copy of a copy of a master.

How would sector -1 affect the write offset, is there shifted data? And if so, why would we go by offset from pregap if we don't dump it at all?

r09 didn't provide some sectors from pregap in his first post, can't check myself.

Added PVD field for PC98 system

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Is that a sarcastic statement? smile

I am serious, you cannot rely on those standards, there is a big number of examples in the database.

http://forum.redump.org/post/32761/#p32761

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(9 replies, posted in Dumps)

ZamBOBway wrote:

According to the IFPI standards the last 2 digits aren't suppose to contain an I,O,S or Q

One cannot rely on this, the standards are violated in some cases.

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Thanks for the pics. Its all fine. M1SA is odd, but correct. And those V900 codes have an "O" at the third place as it seems.

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Game Title: Wii Play
Additional Mastering Code (back): M1SA
^^ this is most likelly a "4", don't recall to ever have seen a letter at this place, and a "4" looks close to an "A".

Additional Mould Code (back): PDMC-CA
^^ should probably have a "dot" instead of a "dash" for most of the discs.

Mould SID Code (back): IFPI V900 -ish
^^ is there a way for you to take a close up picture? The first "0" can be either "O" or "Q" judging from the fact that most of the discs have a letter at this plase.

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I think in this case its indeed "PopoloCrois", cover and ingame main menu are the same. The "O"s look smaller because they have thinner borders on top and bottom than other letters. If you zoom in you will notice it better, the border pixels will be on the same line.

Though, not sure if a Kingdom's name should be "PopoloCrois" in one case and "PoPoLoCrois" in other cases.

F1ReB4LL wrote:

it's not very useful for PC-98, either, since there aren't so many versions per title for these systems

I think thats what you told me before. But maybe its still "worth" to have them anyways if there is an ISO9660 file system on a disc?

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sarami wrote:
iR0b0t wrote:

a) Dump with "/c2 /q" parameters may be good now, i have to recheck my dump with trap disc method before i can approve it.

LBA[321134, 0x4e66e]: Track[01]: Invalid mode. 
========== LBA[321134, 0x4e66e]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  FF FF FF 00 70 A3 59 82   ............p.Y.

The scrambled mode is 0x62 but this sector is 0x82. Can IsoBuster read this sector?

No, isobuster cannot read it. Last TWO sectors are erroneous.

I have used audio trap disc and redumped this disc, it is matching with --- a) Dump with "/c2 /q" parameters.

I will recheck --- b) Dump with "/c2 /q /p" parameters --- later again.

*note: to be added*

axisleon wrote:

PVD: (no such field on PC98 category though)

Shall i add it to PC-98 ?

I believe to remember that F1ReB4LL told me not to add it.

It will probably be added to the main page. I just have to wait for Jackal's input. Thanks for sharing your work by the way smile