PS3 PS3P PKG Ripper v1.4.1: Several Bug Fixes contained in this update by Rudi Rastelli

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By Rudi Rastelli on Nov 12, 2017 at 9:58 AM
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    Developer Rudi Rastelli has made a stop by the psx-place forums to let us know the utility PS3P PKG Ripper has been updated to v1.4.1. This update is small but provides several bug fixes to make this very fast PKG Ripper even better. If you have a large PKG File then this utility will server you well in extracting those PKG files much faster then PKGView utility. This PC tool comes with a handful of useful features that are defined in the release details below along with the exact changes made in v1.4.1.

    -STLcardsWS​

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    • Here's a little update to 'PS3P PKG Ripper'.

      PS3P PKG Ripper v1.4.1

      by @Rudi Rastelli

      Features:
      • Supports PS3-, PSP-, PS1/PS2-Classic-, DLC-, Minis-, Avatar-, Theme-PKGs
      • Supports Retail- and Debug-PKGs
      • Supports PKGs of any size
      • Extracts whole PKG
      • Extracts selectable single files and/or directorys
      • Options to short select 'All files', 'System files', 'EBOOT.BIN' and all '*.self', '*.sprx', '*.edat', '*.sdat'
      • Options and window size are saved and restored
      • Progress Output (Overall/File)
      • Lists contents of a PKG with size of files
      • Changeable output directory
      • Optimized for speed
      • Optional GUI included
      • Source code included
      • Doesn't need any DLL's or any installed runtimes

      Wanna say THX to

      • @mathieulh, @mysis - I've learned a lot from their sources
      • @Ifcaro - From his 'PKGView' I've learned how to handle Debug-PKGs
      • @No0bZiLLa - For testing

      PS3P PKG Ripper - Changelog(s)
      New V1.4.1
      • - [CLI] Fixed a bug which causes PSP-directories been interpreted as files
      • - [CLI] Now i shouldn't be deteced as virus/trojan from some antivir software
      • - [GUI] Little bug fixing
      V1.3
      - [CLI] Fixed a bug which caused crashes or incorrect extracted files on some systems
      - [CLI] Added and changed a few switches (use -h to check it out)
      - [GUI] Adapted GUI to the changed switches

      V1.21
      - [GUI] Check if 'PS3P_PKG_Ripper.exe' exists
      - [CLI] Fixed a bug that caused multiple extraction of a single file

      V1.2
      - [GUI] Changed short select buttons to option-checkboxes
      - [GUI] Added config file to save and restore selected options and window size

      V1.1
      - [GUI] Added Buttons to short select 'PARAM.SFO', 'EBOOT.BIN' and all '*.self', '*.sprx', '*.edat', '*.sdat'

      Regards
      Rudi


     
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Comments

Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by Rudi Rastelli, Nov 12, 2017.

    1. STLcardsWS
      STLcardsWS
      Hey @Rudi Rastelli Good to see you, hope all is well. Thanks for the update.
      (Added to front page (made a few edits to original post adding some extra details)
      Last edited: Nov 12, 2017
    2. GregoryRasputin
    3. STLcardsWS
      STLcardsWS
      Virus wise nothing on my end,
    4. GregoryRasputin
      GregoryRasputin
      No, of course there is nothing wrong with the file, just find it amusing that my AV decided to upload the file and interrogate it, can't even use it to take a screenshot of it...
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    5. kozarovv
      kozarovv
      Is "normal" behavior on current AV engines that can't recognize file. For example Avast take many bruteforcers (also x86, and wps ones), and found nothing suspicious then. Never used AVG, but you should be able to use file when click more details --> file is safe, or something like this.
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    6. alpakeno
      alpakeno
      Thanks for updating it, can you also make it support PS vita? so it can be all-in-one tool?

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