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360 Option File Editing

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC, PS2, PSP, Wii, DS' started by jeblo05, 3 November 2006.

  1. jeblo05

    jeblo05 League 1

    27 May 2003
    Tuebingen
    1. FC Koeln
    There's an interesting thread over at PESFAN:

    http://www.pesfan.com/bulletin/showthread.php?t=140240&page=9

    it seems to be possible to edit the PES6 option file with an hex editor (->Team names !!!).

    1. convert Datel XChange to Xplorer360 (with XIC v1.0)
    2. extract the option file with Xplorer360
    3. open and edit the option file with an hex editor
    4. transfer the edited option file to your 360

    as I don't have a XSATA (yet), I could only go to step 3. Hopefully the mighty Compulsion does a 360 Version of his OF editor...
     
    Last edited: 3 November 2006
  2. ch8rt

    ch8rt Guest

    sounds good. Well the first line at least. The rest went over my head. I've look into it and maybe purchase a xsata. I cancelled a pre-order once I found out about the editor.
     
  3. JayM

    JayM International

    17 April 2004
    North Yorkshire
    Celtic
    Most text based editing should be able to be done by hex, aslong as the info is stored in the option file.
     
  4. danhammer

    danhammer Champions League

    23 February 2004
    thanks for letting us know but still the kits cannot be fixed
     
  5. ch8rt

    ch8rt Guest

    Is this something we common people can do? Or is it a case of waiting on a competent 'Hex' editor to come along and sort it out for us?
     
  6. ch8rt

    ch8rt Guest

    whooaa. I just opened PESfans option file in a Hex Editor and answered my own question. All numbers and letters. Correct names are better than nothing. I hope someone works this out, I'd get the devices for that.

    Its not like I'd never use them again.
     
  7. Chris Davies

    Chris Davies At least, I think I am Staff

    14 May 2003
    Tranmere Rovers
    The file could be made into something that non-computer-experts can install, if they make a little installation pack for it. You'd still need to buy XSATA though, and online I'm pretty sure the team names would revert to default.
     
  8. SuicydeSnake

    SuicydeSnake Guest

    i agree - correct team names are better than nothing!.

    maybe its possible to save it as one xbox360 compatible save file? then distribute that file to everyone
     
  9. Fairfield

    Fairfield Guest

    hope so
     
  10. tom10

    tom10 League 2

    26 December 2004
    Norway
    Well since I've never done any hex editing before, I can't really verify this or not. But I did try a simple test with a hex editor,editing names both team and player. That resulted in a corrupt OF file... So it seems like it's not just straight forward, but I may have done something wrong editing the OF....

    As for the old xbox save, Compulsion and other prg makers needed a original xsv "signatur" to make a valid OF save from the edit tool. Since the xbox360 save is in .bin format, it might be easier to manipulate, I certainly hope so...
     
    Last edited: 3 November 2006
  11. tiag0

    tiag0 Conference

    7 October 2005
    i hope in a month or so the super haxor dudes have found a way to add faces+kits:P
     
  12. boobi_shabang

    boobi_shabang Non-League

    17 October 2004
    how come there's not much interest on here about the possible editing of the 360 option file?? over on pesfan there seems quiet a bit of hype that this could be the case, can't we get the creative amongst the evo-web editors involved too?
     
  13. Han

    Han Very senior member

    22 December 2001
    Holland
    Maybe most of the interested people read it overthere ;)
    I am interested, but I am no expert about it. I know some things about programming, but this kind of data editing looks difficult to me. Normal changing of the names result in an error, so there might be some kind of checksum in it.

    I hope that the creators of patches e.d. will look into this, as I think they are the only one's to solve this interesting problem.
     

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