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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Yes for every other plain iso the dll function works and gives back the correct value.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Yes, the emulator loads up the plain iso just fine. though that cso iso corrupt for whatever reason.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    It couldn't identify the iso file either before converting it to CSO but that CSO file does seem to be corrupt (Thought it seemed a lot smaller than it should have been). And just purchased It, I'm a man of my word.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    This has been working great so far but I have managed to find one disc image that it failed to identify, I don't see any obvious difference between it and the rest.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Figured it out, I was kind of close. The main issue was that I should have been passing a pointer to the function and casting back to the object instead of passing the raw object. Thanks again for all the help, that should be everything I need to carry on with my project (been stuck at this...
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Not really very familiar with delphi, I have attempted to write up roughly equivalent code in C# (which is what I'll ultimately be using) and it seems to give a zero (success) status code, but my info object doesn't have the values in it (not sure if I'm mapping the types correctly, or perhaps...
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    That seems to be working now and that's what I thought and makes sense, and it's not really a problem either as I can use plain 7-Zip to get the info I need out of those. Now I just need the function added, Thanks for the help.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Cool, I just sent you a message with some links. A simplified way of looking at it could be that it will apply to anything that already displays "Host OS" as "PLAYSTATION".
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    Seems to work for PS1 discs though not for PS2 Discs. Also tried Cue/Bin Format and had same result.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    That would really help me out a lot, and the same function would work for PS1 too, as the filenames are in the exact same format.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    That is correct. PS1 disc's have pretty much the same system too, but I will only be utilising this for PS2 disc's. I am basically developing a frontend for the PS2 emulator (PCSX2) and need a quick way of identifying a disc image when a user adds it to my frontend, supporting all the formats...
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    So what I am actually trying to do is Identify Playstation 2 format disc images. Each disc image with have a file on the root named SXXS_XXX.XX which indicates its game id which I can then lookup to identify what the game is.
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    I'm going to add a little more information here. I've done some research, and am currently trying to make a C++ command line app myself that uses 7z.dll. I am a bit lost on how to allow that to work with Iso7z's formats, I am using the Proxy7z library, but am not sure how to it to extract a file...
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    Using Iso7z From command line

    I am writing a program that will parse filenames from disc images in a multitude of different formats, and Iso7z works really well for me (and all the formats I need), but I am unable to get it to work in a sensible way from the command line (which I would need to include it in my program). The...
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