EDIT: Please DISREGARD this post-- redump Xbox 1 dumps are already fully iXtreme compliant. Read here for the reason why.
Starshadow wrote: andoryuu3 wrote:
no random padding
This is not true. Redump XBOX 1 dumps do retain the random padding.
Forgive me, and thank you. I mixed up the Video Data and Random Padding (Schtrom360Extract is the program that doesn't rip random padding; it DOES rip Video Data). It is the Video Data that makes it miss the perfect mark. No it's not crucial for the game to run, but it is crucial for the game to run on an Xbox 360. Without it, it simply will not work.
If you go to the "Viewing Xbox ISO Details" screen of XDVDMulleter and clicking "Extract Video", it will dump a "video.iso" that is incomplete (hence why "Video Data Present" isn't checked). Reinjecting it into the image does not solve anything either.
Schtrom360Xtract rips a valid "video.iso" for passing the "Video Data Present" check, but it doesn't support OEM drives outside of the LiteOn DG-16D2S (Kreon drives are supported). To get the valid "video.iso" file (which is identical across all Xbox 1 games), you have three options:
Option 1) Do a full rip using the option "whole disc (stealth xtreme 3.0 SplitVid)" with Schtrom360Xtract, and then extract the 13.6MB video.iso file using XDVDMulleter's "Extract Video" button from the "Viewing Xbox ISO Details" page (CRC-32 is "231A0A56")
Option 2) Do a full rip using the option "whole disc (stealth xtreme 3.0 SplitVid)" with Schtrom360Xtract, and then extract the 386MB video.iso file using XDVDMulleter's "Extract Video Partition" button from the "Viewing Xbox ISO Details" page (CRC-32 is "0D4AFEBE")
Option 3) Rip only video.iso using "video.iso" option with Schtrom360Xtract to get the 386MB video.iso file (CRC-32 is "0D4AFEBE")
IMPORTANT NOTE: You MUST inject SS into the redump rip before you can inject video successfully. Failure to do so will cause XDVDMulleter to not show valid Video Data.
The best option is Option 1 as I know it's compatible with XDVDMulleter's "Insert Video" function, however that same data in the 13.6MB video.iso file exists in the 386MB video.iso... It's just that the latter is the full partition. If you were to insert the 13.6MB video.iso file into a redump rip and then immediately afterward extract the video partition, you should get the same CRC-32 (as the 386MB video.iso from options 2 and 3) for the new 386MB video.iso you are extracting (I have tested this and can confirm).
Anyway, if you rip the video.iso from your WarPath original disc using S360X, you should get the same CRC as the video data should be the same for all Xbox 1 games. Whether it matches or not, that S360X ripped video.iso will still fix a redump rip (assuming you're ripping from the original disc; this should go without saying though).