mymc is a public domain utility for working with PlayStation 2 memory card images (.ps2) as used by the PlayStation 2 emulator PCSX2. It allows save files in the MAX Drive (.max), EMS (.psu), SharkPort (.sps), X-Port (.xps) and Code Breaker (.cbs) formats to be imported directly into these images. It can also export save files in either the MAX Drive and EMS formats. See the README.txt file included in the distribution below for more details.
The Windows release of mymc requires the
Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable to be installed. It's likely to
be already be be installed on your computer, but if you get an error
complaining about a missing MSVCR90.DLL file, you can download it directly
from Micrsoft with the provided link. Be sure to download and install
the 32-bit "X86" version, probably called
even you're using a 64-bit version of Windows.
In order to display save file icons, mymc also requires
that the April 2006 DirectX update be installed. This is
less likely to be already installed on your computer, but
mymc will work without it. You can download and install all of
the DirectX updates, including the necessary one, using Microsoft's
DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer.
The Python release requires Python 2.7 and optionally requires wxPython. It will work without wxPython, but the GUI mode won't be available. It will not work with any version of Python 3.x. As modern Linux distributions only provide minimal support for Python 2.7 it may be difficult to install a compatible version wxPython and eventually even Python 2.7 itself.
Current Windows Release: mymc-alpha-2.7.zip (~7.4M)
Current Python Source Release: mymc-pysrc-2.7.zip (~49k)
PlayStation 2 Memory Card File System
PS2 Icon Format v0.5, by Martin Akesson