Convert your Xbox 360 or Xbox 1 ISO images to GOD containers (Games On Demand) by using this straightforward and intuitive software solution
|Updated||Jan 23rd 2017|
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|Crack Size||449 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Many users like to play games in their free time, and if you like console games over PC ones, chances are that you already tried at least an Xbox 360 one.
Moreover, if you own such a console, you might find that Iso2God can come in handy when you are looking to convert your ISO games to Games on Demand containers with as little hassle as possible. Nonetheless, it can only be used with a Jtagged/RGH Xbox 360.
It needs to be emphasized right from the get-go that Iso2God is a portable application, meaning that it does not need to be installed onto the host computer in order to function without any glitches.
Additionally, it adds no entries to the Windows Registry and it can be stored on a removable USB flash drive, then run whenever you need to.
The application comes with a user-friendly graphical interface that makes it easy even for those with little computer skills to successfully convert their ISO games to GOD containers.
Basically, you need to start by selecting the source ISO file, specifying the output folder and choosing the temporary location for the rebuilt ISO.
Furthermore, Iso2God Crack automatically extract various details regarding the loaded ISO game, such as name, title ID and media ID - you can override this info if you are not pleased with the original data.
Optionally can automatically upload the extracted game via FTP on your Xbox 360.
In addition to browsing to the location of the source ISO, you can also customize the padding removal by selecting the mode (none, partial or full) you like best. While the first mode leaves the ISO image untouched, the second one crops the ISO image after the end of the last used sector (it is fast to complete, yet it only saves about 800 - 15000 MB of space).
The third mode processes and completely rebuilds the source ISO to remove all the padding, and you can also save the generated data for future use (this takes about 5-10 minutes extra to complete).
All in all, Iso2God can come in handy to all those who want to convert their Xbox 360 or Xbox 1 ISO images to Games on Demand containers.
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