Download Mcr To Dummy VMP Converter 5
Download Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5
If you are a fan of playing PSOne games on your PS Vita or PSP, you might have encountered the problem of transferring your save files between different devices. The PS Vita and PSP use a proprietary format called VMP to store PSOne save files, while most emulators and tools use the standard MCR format. How can you convert your MCR files to VMP and vice versa?
Fortunately, there is a simple and free solution for this problem: Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5. This is a small program that can sign PSOne MCR files to create VMP files for use with Sony Vita/PSP and export MCR files from VMP. It was created by @dots_tb, a developer who is part of the CBPS (Customized Bubbles for PlayStation) community, with help from other members such as @AnalogMan151 and @teakhanirons.
How to use Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5
The usage of Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5 is very simple and straightforward. You can either drag and drop a PSOne MCR save file onto the program or use the command line interface. It will generate a VMP file that you can use with your Vita/PSP. You can also do the reverse process by dragging and dropping a VMP file and extracting the contained MCR file for editing or sharing.
Here are the steps to use Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5:
Download the latest version of Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5 from [here] or [here].
Extract the zip file and run the executable file (vita-mcr2vmp.exe).
Drag and drop a PSOne MCR save file onto the program. It will generate a VMP file with the same name in the same folder.
Copy the VMP file to your Vita/PSP using a USB cable or FTP client. You can place it in any folder under ux0:/pspemu/PSP/SAVEDATA/.
Launch your PSOne game on your Vita/PSP and load the save file from the memory card slot.
To convert a VMP file to MCR, drag and drop it onto the program. It will generate an MCR file with the same name in the same folder.
Copy the MCR file to your PC or other device and use it with any emulator or tool that supports MCR format.
Tips and tricks
You can also use the command line interface of Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5 by opening a terminal window and typing: ./vita-mcr2vmp <memorycard.mcrSCEVMC*.VMP>
You can rename your MCR or VMP files before or after conversion, but make sure they have the correct extension (.mcr or .vmp).
You can use any MCR file from any source, such as online databases, emulators, or other tools. However, some games may have region-specific save files, so make sure they match with your game region.
You can use any VMP file from any PSOne game on your Vita/PSP, as long as it is not encrypted or protected by DRM. You can check this by opening the VMP file with a hex editor and looking for the string "SCEVMC". If it is present, then it is a valid VMP file.
You can also use Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5 to backup your PSOne save files from your Vita/PSP to your PC or other device, in case you want to restore them later or share them with others.
Mcr to Dummy VMP Converter 5 is a handy tool that allows you to easily convert your PSOne save files between MCR and VMP formats. It is compatible with any PSOne game on your Vita/PSP and any emulator or tool that supports MCR format. It is also free and easy to use, thanks to the developer @dots_tb and his collaborators from the CBPS community. If you have any questions or feedback, you can visit their [Discord server] or their [GitHub page].