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ISO compression?
This is probably a derp question but I'm wondering if PCSX2 has an ISO compression built in, and if so, where is it located? I can't find it xD

Or do I need another program to compress an ISO?
I think I know what I'm doing.

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Linuziso plugin can do this
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Not sure about linuziso. But pcsx2 doesnt have an inbuilt function. 7zip is a nice open source and free program to create gzipped isos. CSO is an alternative format especially made for iso's. There is a compression thread in this forum with a lot more information about this subject.
Linuziso has a bzip compression ability as jesalvein said, but yeah it's probably best to either use maxcso to make cso or pigz to make gzip.
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Thanks for the advice, everyone!
I think I know what I'm doing.

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