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The image file wasn't included and the package was only 1MB or something small like that. I'm also wondering how this will work for multi-disc games and whether or not the image can be compressed since there doesn't seem to be an option for either. I just looked into the PKG of an official PS1 classic and as I suspected they are using PBP files as their images which accomplishes both the mutli-disc and compression aspects. Now the only question is how to take a PBP file and build into a compatible PS3 package. Neither RetroXMB or PS Multi Tools will accept a PBP file as the image. It could be possible to do it manually and might be as simple as extracting a PS1 classic, replacing the eboot and editing param.sfo and then rebuilding a new PKG although there's probably more to it than that. Yeah it's looking for ISO or BIN but I tried both and they gave me the same result of the 1MB package.
The PBP is basically just the compressed bin/cue file and can store multiple images so it's ideal for multi-disc games. I think it was originally designed to be used on the PSP to play PS1 games, but it looks as though Sony is using the same format in their PS1 Classics to achieve the same thing. Do you think if I just replace the PBP file in a PS1 classic with a different one it will work? There's no EBOOT.BIN like there is with PS3 games, but there is a file called ISO.BIN. Fn Browning Model 1922 Serial Numbers. EDAT. Not sure what that would be.
I'm going to keep playing around with it. There's got to be a way I think cause Sony is doing it with their official versions. For instance Final Fantasy VIIII is 4 discs and if you look in the package there's one 1.7GB PBP file which contains all 4 discs and is also compressed from the original size of about 2.6GB. The only thing I'm not sure about is the purpose of the ISO.BIN.EDAT file.
My guess is that this file is probably tied to the associated.RAP but I don't know how to a) determine this and make changes to the EDAT file if needed and b) generate a new.RAP if necessary.