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you should ask Deraj8 for this, because using this new tool is a bit complex, nah just kidding it easy

1. Click on Dissidia Modding Suite.exe inside Debug folder(bin\Debug) to open it

2. On the "BigFile Packaging Tab" click on "Select ISO File" and select the Dissidia 012 ISO you have(USA or EUR/EUR UNDUB)

3. Click on "Extract PACKAGE to" and choose the destination for the extracted files(the files will be placed inside a folder called @PACKAGE.BIN)

4. Find the model .GMO and texture/portrait .GIM you want to replace inside the @PACKAGE.BIN folder with your mods .GMO and .GIM using The List(for searching)
https://www.mediafire.com/file/ib1bqb7n8tef2ka/Dissidia+Modding+Suite+.GMO+%26+.GIM+list.zip
and Noesis(for opening and confirmation)
http://richwhitehouse.com/index.php?content=inc_projects.php&showproject=91

5. Rename your mod .GMO and .GIM to match the name of the original .GMO and .GIM inside the @PACKAGE.BIN folder

6. Replace the original .GMO and .GIM inside the @PACKAGE.BIN folder with your rename mods .GMO and .GIM

7. Go back to the Modding Suite on the same tab and click on "Select source folder" and select the @PACKAGE.BIN folder, then click on "Save PACKAGE to" and choose the destination for the re-made package(now you'll have the package that contains your mods .GMO and .GIM)

8. To add them into Dissidia 012 ISO you'll need to download and open the program called UMDGEN: https://www.mediafire.com/file/s81o058yo3ajepa/UMDGEN.zip

9. "Open" your Dissidia 012 ISO inside UMDGEN, then in the Explorer tab, expand PSP_GAME, expand USRDIR, and click on DATA

10. Drag your created PACKAGE.BIN and PACKAGE_INFO.BIN files into UMDGEN

11. It will ask you if you want to replace the original files, click Yes to All

12. Then "Save" your file as an uncompressed .iso

13. Choose the name and location for your newly created .iso and save it

14. Test the new .iso on your PPSSPP

15. Done! 

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Bro can you make tutorial how to make texture and how to insert to caracter

i hope you can make step by step 

thank you..

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Bro can you make tutorial how to make texture and how to insert to caracter

i hope you can make step by step 

thank you..

https://www.mediafire.com/file/e8ivkop7pyvl0ra/Dissidia_Modding_Suite_v_0.66_BETA.zip/file

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what about the stages?

http://www.mediafire.com/file/ib1bqb7n8tef2ka/Dissidia+Modding+Suite(New+Version)+.GMO+%26+.GIM+list.zip

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On 5/6/2019 at 4:14 AM, Indeimaus said:

by the way dude, are there any tutorial for adding custom song to Dissidia 012?

http://www.mediafire.com/file/g2tatk09nrrgs6s/Dissidia_Duodecim_Music_Converter_Pack.zip/file

1. First you will need to click on atrac3.exe within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder and install the .at3 codec

2. Once that is done, you need to click on gwave558.exe and install Goldwave

3. Launch the program and register offline(use the provided keygen to generate a license key)

4. Move atrac3.acm and atrac3.reg files within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder into C:\Windows\SysWOW64 and Run the atrac3.reg file, this will adding the info to the registry for Goldwave to save .mp3 music file as .wav music file with ATRAC3 132kbps attributes

5. Now all you have to do is edit the .mp3 file however you want in Goldwave and then save it as a .wav file with ATRAC3 132kbps in the attributes drop down box

6. You will then need to click on GWAT3.exe and drag the .wav Atrac3 132kbps music file into the GWAT3 field and click "goldwave" to convert it into .at3 file

7. Use ddff dlc toolkit to rename the newly created .at3 file to edat and move the generated edat inside the ddff dlc toolkit dlc folder to your DLC folder(memstick\PSP\GAME\ULUS10566 or memstick\PSP\GAME\ULES01505 if you use the EUR version and memstick\PSP\GAME\NPJH50377 for the JPN version)

 

P.S if step 1-6 didn't work out for you, use this method instead

 

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On 5/6/2019 at 10:56 AM, John Smith said:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/77727mqttinll2s/Dissidia+Duodecim+Music+Converter+Pack.zip

1. First you will need to click on atrac3.exe within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder and install the .at3 codec

2. Once that is done, you need to click on gwave558.exe and install Goldwave

3. Launch the program and register offline(use the provided keygen to generate a license key)

4. Move atrac3.acm and atrac3.reg files within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder into Windows\SysWOW64 folder and Run the atrac3.reg file, this will adding the info to the registry to enable Goldwave true function

5. Now all you have to do is edit your own custom song file however you want in Goldwave and then save it as a .wav file with ATRAC3 132kbps in the attributes drop down box

6. You will then need to click on GWAT3.exe and drag your .wav Atrac3 132kbps music file into the GWAT3 field and click "goldwave" to convert it into .at3 file(important note, GWAT3 will only accept a .wav ATRAC3 132kbps file from Goldwave, otherwise it will gives an error)

7. Use ddff dlc toolkit to rename the newly created .at3 file to edat and move the generated edat to your DLC folder(memstick\PSP\GAME\ULUS10566 or memstick\PSP\GAME\ULES01505 if you use the EUR version and memstick\PSP\GAME\NPJH50377 for the JPN version)

 

P.S if step 1-6 didn't work out for you, use this method instead

 

You’re the best. Thanks so much for for helping me again dude

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On 6/5/2019 at 7:25 AM, Julius Kovach said:

Mr. John there something I want to ask you, what I'm going to do if my friends or someone i want to share my mods with don't have a PC for using this tool?
https://www.mediafire.com/file/8gh78sb8b3617uw/Feral+Chaos+Stages.zip

first, put the mods inside the @PACKAGE.BIN folder and patch the .iso(read the guide above)
second, compress the modified ISO into .rar/.zip using WinRAR(Trial or Crack version) and upload it to a Cloud Storage Websites. Then copy the file link and share it with your friends or acquaintances

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On 6/5/2019 at 12:15 PM, John Smith said:

first, put the mods inside the @PACKAGE.BIN folder and patch the .iso(read the guide above)
second, compress the modified ISO into .rar/.zip using WinRAR(Trial or The Crack version) and upload it to a Cloud Storage Websites. Then copy the file link and share it with your friends or acquaintances

thank you. if it hadn't been for your help, I will never know this method is possible
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mVMfyNJJvbP4KcU-D3Z0hOcqyp051Tr3/view

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On 5/6/2019 at 10:56 AM, John Smith said:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/77727mqttinll2s/Dissidia+Duodecim+Music+Converter+Pack.zip

1. First you will need to click on atrac3.exe within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder and install the .at3 codec

2. Once that is done, you need to click on gwave558.exe and install Goldwave

3. Launch the program and register offline(use the provided keygen to generate a license key)

4. Move atrac3.acm and atrac3.reg files within the ATRAC3 Codecs folder into Windows\SysWOW64 folder and Run the atrac3.reg file, this will adding the info to the registry to enable Goldwave true function

5. Now all you have to do is edit your own custom song file however you want in Goldwave and then save it as a .wav file with ATRAC3 132kbps in the attributes drop down box

6. You will then need to click on GWAT3.exe and drag your .wav Atrac3 132kbps music file into the GWAT3 field and click "goldwave" to convert it into .at3 file(important note, GWAT3 will only accept a .wav ATRAC3 132kbps file from Goldwave, otherwise it will gives an error)

7. Use ddff dlc toolkit to rename the newly created .at3 file to edat and move the generated edat to your DLC folder(memstick\PSP\GAME\ULUS10566 or memstick\PSP\GAME\ULES01505 if you use the EUR version and memstick\PSP\GAME\NPJH50377 for the JPN version)

 

P.S if step 1-6 didn't work out for you, use this method instead

 

I'm having an issue with this, my PPSSPP file folder has no "Game" and "ULUS10566" "ULES01505" "NPJH50377" folders. I can only go to 

Memstick > PSP

and then I have

Cheats
COMMON
PPSSPP_STATE
SAVEDATA
SCREENSHOT
SYSTEM

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4 hours ago, Sylvia said:

I'm having an issue with this, my PPSSPP file folder has no "Game" and "ULUS10566" "ULES01505" "NPJH50377" folders. I can only go to 

Memstick > PSP

and then I have

Cheats
COMMON
PPSSPP_STATE
SAVEDATA
SCREENSHOT
SYSTEM

create New folder inside PSP folder and rename it to GAME, then inside it create 3 New folder and rename it to ULUS10566, ULES01505, NPJH50377

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