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SkylanderKat
Posted on 11-29-18 10:09 AM Link | #96505
This will go over how to replace the logo on the titlescreen in New Super Mario Bros. Wii. It's actually easier to do than on the DS.

You will need:
Brawlbox
Wiiscrubber (If you're using an ISO)
Riivolution (If you're testing on a real wii)

I'm not going over how to extract game files from the wii to test out. There's plenty tutorials on that.

Step 1:
Make your logo in any image editor, with a transparent background. Logo dimensions are 260x630.

Step 2: (For people with an ISO file of New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
Open Wiiscrubber. Go to the folder US>Layout>openingTitle
The logo file should be there. For riivolution users, it's the same process if you have extracted the game folders using Reggie! Dumper.
Anyways, extract the file when you find it in that folder.

Step 3:
Open Brawlbox. That file in the openingTitle folder isn't an image at all. So open that file in Brawlbox, and then you can extract the image out of the file from that by right clicking on it. Now, you can use that image as a template to make your logo (if you haven't already) or insert the image you made. Remember, the logo dimensions have to be the same. Some people prefer SZS Modifier, but I prefer Brawlbox.

Step 4:
After reinserting your logo with Brawlbox, close it and your done, unless you're using an ISO. In that case, open Wiiscrubber again and re-import the logo file you took out earlier. Easy right? For Riivolution users, this isn't necessary, since you are using a patch folder on an SD card.

Step 5:
Test it out! For ISO users, use Dolphin emulator! For Riivolution users, open it on the Wii and see how it turned out! It's not difficult at all and I got mine right the first time. I wish you the best of luck with this tutorial.

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https://nsmbhd.net/thread/4444-new-super-mario-bros-u-ds-demo-release/
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MarioBurger71
Posted on 12-15-18 04:33 PM Link | #96738

Don't forget the other region folders for layouts, as it could vary depending on Wii types.

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SkylanderKat
Posted on 12-15-18 08:33 PM Link | #96741
Oh yeah! This is for the USA version. I used ripped files of a real copy.

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New Super Mario Bros. U DS:
https://nsmbhd.net/thread/4444-new-super-mario-bros-u-ds-demo-release/
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Discord Server 2: https://discord.gg/mEXjVZZ
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FroggoTheDoggo
Posted on 12-16-18 07:55 PM Link | #96752
If you're testing on Dolphin, always use WIT (Wiimms ISO Tools). It allows you to run from the filesystem and also allows for quick riivolution patch creation.

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MarioBurger71
Posted on 12-18-18 05:26 PM Link | #96768

It's much easier to run the game from a folder imo, but you'll need WIT to get the files that make the folder readable by Dolphin.

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FroggoTheDoggo
Posted on 12-19-18 06:13 AM Link | #96794
???

That's exactly what I said :thonk:

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MarioBurger71
Posted on 12-20-18 05:29 PM Link | #96835

Oh wait
I'm an idiot lol

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