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Descargar 360 Content Manager 3.0






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360 Content Manager for JTAG & RGH 360s.  Created by xamphear.

What This App Does:
* Browse 360 files on your PC by their real info, like game name and package
  title.

* Unlock XBLA, DLC and Avatar files downloaded from Xbox Live.

* Upload files (XBLA, DLC, GOD, Avatar, Title Update) to your console over FTP
  with a single click. Files are automatically uploaded to the right folders.

* Drag and drop files to other applications, if you'd prefer to use your own
  FTP client.

* Organize a messy folder of downloaded content into many different
  directory styles. Rename XBLA and DLC files to their original names or to
  their package titles.

* View the MediaID of Title Updates and GODs so you can match them, and search
  JQE and XBUC for matching TUs.

* View the MediaID of ISO files. (Requires abgx360)

* View the MediaID of default.xex files.

* Browse your 360's hard drive directly, using FSD. This
  allows you to delete, unlock, edit and copy the contents of the 360's internal
  drive over the network.

Please see the About box for credits and thanks. This app owes a lot to other
more talented 360 hackers.


IMPORTANT NOTES:
* FTP Uploading works with all 360 homebrew packages:
     FSD, xm360, XeXMenu and the ftpdll Dash Launch plugin.

* If you get any error messages opening the program, install .NET 4.0:
     http://goo.gl/KGxwK


Change Log:
1.0 - Initial Release.
1.1 - Bug fixes.
1.2 - Library scanning changed from FTP to SMB. FSD mounted drive support added.
      Delete option for files. Column and groups for content type. Filter by
      type in the filter box. Filter box no longer requires a refresh. Content
      indexing optimized, should be much faster. Content organizer to sort
      local content into proper folders with optional folders for game name
      and content type. Checkboxes added to list for easier selection of files.
      Shell integration: Add access to the app when right-clicking any folder
      in Windows Explorer. "All Files" progress bar added to upload form.
      Right click menu added to folders. Correct size shown for GODs. Bug fixes.
1.3 - XeXMenu now supported for FTP uploads. FTP upload progress now shows real
      time KBps speed of transfer. Visual queues for uploads and other multiple
      file operations. FSD SMB functions hidden behind a "Beta Features" mode
      to prevent confusion and to clearly mark them as potentially unstable
      while the FSD SMB implementation matures. New DLL files so that MSVCR is
      no longer required. Windows 7 taskbar progress during uploads. Warning
      and error messages made much more informative and friendly. Minimize
      upload window during long operations, with a taskbar notification when the
      upload finishes. Tool-tip help icons in the settings. Content organizer
      saves output folder between uses. Export a report of content files to a
      CSV. Total queue progress bar more accurate. Bug fixes.
1.4 - Size column on upload screen. Fixed size labels on upload screen, all
      sizes listed in MB now. Fixed bug in abgx360 detection. Fixed bug that
      caused error messages when selecting files and uploading in some regions.
      More accurate speed during uploads. Time remaining and progress percentage
      added to window title and tray icon. Other bug fixes.
1.5 - Content organizer now has 2 new folder options that include "PackageTitle"
      for placing each DLC into a separate folder by name. Deleting GODs now
      deletes the full game, not just the descriptor file. Fixed bug in saving
      content organizer output path. Changed FTP timeouts to provide faster
      feedback on bad settings. Other bug fixes.
1.6 - Support for ftpdll Dash Launch plugin. Patching/Unlocking of GOD files is
      now enabled. Correct filesize shown for Xbox Originals and NXE Game
      Installs. Xbox Originals made with ISO2GOD can now be uploaded. Limited
      support for extracted ISO games: default.xex files can be loaded and their
      TitleID and MediaID are displayed, allowing you to search for Title
      Updates. Game demos are supported for upload. GOD uploads now display the
      correct number of chunks when uploading multiple GODs in the same queue.
      GODs, Xbox Originals, and NXE Game Installs can now be organized. Pressing
      ESCAPE will stop an in-progress folder scan, if you accidentally trigger
      one on a very large directory. Other bug fixes.
2.0 - New name. FTP "File Exists" dialog updated. FTP settings simplified.
      Prompt to enter FTP IP address upon first fun and subsequent runs if a
      valid IP hasn't been entered. Bug fixes.
2.1 - Reads and displays actual Title Update version number, which is helpful
      since Microsoft has stopped making it part of the package title. "New"
      style TUs (ie: tu0000004_00000000) can be renamed using the content
      organizer, since the number in the filename is largely meaningless.
2.2 - Bug fixed in Content Organizer, GODs are properly moved between drives
      now. Managing content on the 360 itself has been streamlined, drive
      mapping is preformed automatically. FSD version 2.2 or higher is HIGHLY
      recommended when using this feature. Preview added to the Content
      Organizer so you can see the new folder each file will be placed in.
      All of the options in the Content Organizer are saved between uses now.
      The Library Scan feature has been removed. Date Modified column added.
      Fixed bug in uploading when using xFTPdll. Uploading game saves is now
      supported, saves are sent over FTP to the proper profile folder location.
      Fixed crashing in XP when "File Exists" dialog is displayed. Added wizard
      to walk new users through common uses of the program. Disable it and you
      will not see it again.
3.0 - Reordered context menus. Fixed bug where the welcome screen would always
      appear. Added feature to create and upload multidisc game entries to the
      multi.ini file for diskswapper. Added support for DashLaunch FTP server.
      Fixed bugs in content organizer. Added new Content Organizer mode. Added
      support for overwriting duplicates during rename operation. Increased
      speed of Content Organizer. Added rename mode in Content Organizer to
      rename files to their package titles. Filenames in this mode are limited
      to 42 characters in order to comply with the specifications of the FATX
      filesystem. Spaces and other special characters are removed in order to
      preserve as much of the original package title as possible. Added support
      for uploading to devices other than the internal hard drive (Hdd1).
      Enable advanced features and then edit the device setting on the FTP tab.
      Please note the following limitations exist: Depending on what device you
      upload to, Title Updates may not be put in a location the console will
      check. Content is uploaded using the same folder stucture that would be
      used on an internal hard drive, so make sure you point FSD at the
      "Content" folder for it to load the files. This custom device will also be
      mapped and viewed when using the "Show Xbox 360 Drive" option with FSD, as
      long as the share name is used by FSD. Game Name and Package Title can
      be edited by double-clicking on their respective text boxes, changing the
      text and then pressing Enter to save. This should work for all LIVE and
      CON files. Fixed bug in display of Console ID. Added Drag and Drop support
      for dragging files INTO the currently displayed folder. Fixed bug with
      dragging and dropping a folder from the treeview. Resign gamesaves (and
      other CON files) to a different Profile ID by doubleclicking the Profile
      ID textbox, entering a new (preferably valid) Profile ID and pressing
      Enter.


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