What does CatRip do?
It rips GDRom tracks from a GDRom disc! :) For educational use only!
It rips all the data as either .ISO for data or .RAW for audio tracks.
Data tracks are now ripped properly as *FULL* 2352 data!!!
This data now starts in the usual:
00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 00
[1 BYTE MINUTE]
[1 BYTE SECOND]
[1 BYTE FRAME]
[1 BYTE MODE]
[2048 BYTES DATA]
[4 BYTES EDC]
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
[276 BYTES ECC]
Audio tracks are kinda wierd at present, data is ripped. But I don't currently
know if the data is correct as it is kinda strange!
get a dcxfer card!
download the latest dcexe program from www.doubledutchdesigns.com, I have V1.010!
type 'dcexe -n1 -f catrip.sre'
the program then prompts you, easy!
The -f switch above, turns on the dcexe fileserver. The -n1 switch slows down to
781kbps mode, as dcexe does not have a verify transfer command yet.
Cat! would like to greet everyone on psxdev & dcdev! ;)
Special thanks to CitizenX for help in data formats!
Catrip .sre file