LibRay aims to be a Libre (FLOSS) Python application for unencrypting, extracting, repackaging, and encrypting PS3 ISOs.

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README.md

LibRay

LibRay: A portmanteau of Libre and Blu-Ray

LibRay aims to be a Libre (FLOSS) Python application for unencrypting, extracting, repackaging, and encrypting PS3 ISOs.

A hackable, crossplatform, alternative to ISOTools and ISO-Rebuilder.

Note: this is still a very beta project, report any bug you see!

How to install

Note: You will need Python 3, so you might want to use python3 and pip3 instead of python and pip depending on your system.

From PyPi:

  1. sudo pip install libray

Manually:

  1. Clone this repository git clone https://notabug.org/necklace/libray

  2. Install dependencies with sudo pip install -r requirements.txt

  3. Run sudo python setup.py install

From AUR:

For Arch or Arch-based GNU/Linux distributions there's an option to install libray from the AUR (Arch User Repository).

You will need an AUR helper (of which there are many).

Then you will need to run the appropriate install command for that AUR helper using libray-git as package name.

This will essentially automatically do the manual method for you.

Done!

libray is now installed to your path.

How do I use it?

A Libre (FLOSS) Python application for unencrypting, extracting, repackaging,
and encrypting PS3 ISOs

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v, --verbose         Increase verbosity
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Output filename
  -k IRD, --ird IRD     Path to .ird file

required arguments:
  -i ISO, --iso ISO     Path to .iso file

You need to use an appropriate blu-ray drive: https://rpcs3.net/quickstart (see "Compatible Blu-ray disc drives section").

On some systems (eg. Linux), you can decrypt directly from the disc.

libray -i /dev/sr0 -o ps3_game_decrypted.iso

Libray will try to download an IRD decryption file for your iso:

Alternatively, you can first rip the disc to an ISO file and then decrypt from the ISO file:

libray -i ps3_game.iso -o ps3_game_decrypted.iso

Then, if you want to feed it into RPCS3 just extract the contents of the .ISO:

7z x nfs_ps3_decrypted.iso

And move the resulting folders into the appropriate folder for RPCS3:

  • Linux: /home/username/.config/rpcs3/dev_hdd0/disc/

License

This project is Free and Open Source Software; FOSS, licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3. GPLv3.

Error!

Help! I get

ImportError: No module named Crypto.Cipher

or

ImportError: cannot import name 'byte_string' from 'Crypto.Util.py3compat' (/usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/Crypto/Util/py3compat.py)

This is due to multiple similarly named python crypto packages, one way to fix it is:

sudo pip uninstall crypto
sudo pip uninstall pycrypto
sudo pip install pycrypto

Development

see also (archive.fo)

7bit encoded int / RLE / CLP

clp = compressed length prefix

Todo

  • Extract ISO (currently doable with 7z x output.iso
  • Repackage (unextract) and reencrypt iso?
  • Test .irds with version < 9
  • Custom command to backup all irds available
  • Unit tests