Iso2God v1.0.6 - ISO ConvertorPublished by: forahobby on Saturday, January 30, 2010
Tagged: Gaming, Homebrew, Xbox 360,
Iso2God is a tool which automatically converts Xbox 360 ISO images into Games on Demand containers ready to work on your homebrew enabled 360.
Following on from Team XeDev's release of NXE2GOD, here's a new PC app for converting Xbox 360 ISO images straight into Games on Demand containers. While it's possible to extract ISOs and run them off USB using replacement dashboards, it's nice to be able to run them as GODs as well. This functionality has only been available through the Xbox 360 SDK until now, so we thought it was about time a legal app was released to perform the same task.
Thanks go out to Team XeDev/Dstruktiv for NXE2GOD which helped us figure out what was needed for CON->GOD converts. Special thanks to rolly poly for testing and putting up with my endless ramblings about file formats!
Whats New/Fixed v1.0.6
+ New GDF/XDVDFS code to improve stability and prepare for removing padding sectors in v1.1 release.
+ Taskbar icon now flashes when a conversion finishes
~ Fix: Access Denied errors when trying to open ISO on network shares.
~ Fix: Crash when locating default.xex on certain ISOs
~ Fix: Proper checking of fields in the "Add ISO" GUI
~ Fix: Trying to use an Xbox1 ISO won't throw unhandled errors. (Xbox1 still not supported)
~ Fix: Lots of other minor stuff.
Whats New/Fixed v1.0.0
* ISO to Games on Demand container conversion
* Support for XSF and GDF/XDVDFS ISOs
* Automatically reads title info from ISO default.xex
* Multiple I2G conversions can be queued up to run
- Requires .NET Framework 2.0
Redundant sectors in the XDVDFS are not removed when creating the GOD container, so they will be bigger than NXE rips. This will be sorted in v1.1, be patient.
* PNG thumbnail is not extracted from the source ISO and used for the GOD container. This will be in v1.1.
* Xbox1 ISO->GOD is not supported.
* Title Name is not currently extracted from default.xex so you will need to enter that manually.
* No check is made on how much free disk space you have. Yes, still!
* Maybe some other bugs. The cake was a lie, but keep on reporting bugs and they'll get fixed :)
This application was developed completely seperately from the 360 SDK and in no way contains any source code, or other materials, created by or belonging to Microsoft.
: Iso2God v1.0.6
360-Hq Homebrew Database
: Iso2God for Xbox 360