PS3 (TuT) Make your own coldboot logo and sounds

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    Decided to make it in a separate thread so it doesn't gets lost. Here is @esc0rtd3w post if you want to know what this is for.

    Use these tools to make your own logo and sounds

    1. Easy static raf converter just choose any picture and edit it the way you want. you can use the preview function to see how it looks

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    2. XVID4PSP use this to make the two sound files

    *Open the file you want to use

    *Set these options
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    and save as these

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    After you are done making the files, put the files on your usb stick, go to ps3xploit.com and inject them.
    This is what the files should be named
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    NOTE: USE THIS VIDEO TUT IF YOU DIDN'T UNDERSTAND IT
     
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    nice job man!

    this will be very helpful :D
     
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    Great Work !
     
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    Registered just to say thanks for the guide. Would be cool if people shared the custom logos/sounds they come up with!

    I haven't made any custom sounds, but I did make three pink variants of the v2 Alt Exploit Bug design (as seen on the coldboot announcement post).

    Here's a preview of all three:
    ps3xploitwithsymbols-pinkmod.png ps3xploitwithsymbols-pinkmod-greenliquid.png ps3xploitwithsymbols-pinkmod-greendrop.png
    I've 7zipped the .psd file and the three .png output files and have attached them to this post. I originally uploaded them to TinyUpload, but I'm currently not allowed to post links. o_O

    If I do make any custom sounds, I'll post back to share what I make!
     

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    you can extract a coldboot and alter it anyway you see fit. I can't recall if it's 0xCC0 or 0xC30 (think it's one of the two) is the beginning offset with the easy creator. I'm not sure if there's a script either, so scroll down to the bottom of the file. if you see text in the text field, scroll up to before vsmx. copy that to a new file and name it anything.gtf . then use g2d to convert that to a dds file.

    this is assuming you can get the coldboot to a manageable state (i.e. decompressed). to do that, delete the first eight bytes in a hex editor, then decompress with simplyzip. you can do this on my psx-place coldboots, and I'm pretty sure the beginning offset with those is 0xCC0. it does have a script also, so do what I said. also, you can find g2d in my tutorials. good luck. :)
     
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    I forgot to mention that you can alternatively extract the images with ps3extractor. drop the decompress coldboot file into it. it will spit out a bunch of files (including the script and images). then, delete the _1.gim at the end of the image, and use g2d to convert it to a dds. this might be easier really.
     
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