GCMUtility is a lightweight application designed for situations when you need to reduce the size of your GameCube ISO files in order to save extra storage space on memory cards compatible with the gaming console.
GameCube is one of the first consoles to use optical discs as a primary storage medium and its production was discontinued back in 2007. For those of you who still own such a device, GCMUtility can prove to be really useful.
Simplicity is one of the main characteristics of the application. Focusing on functionality, rather than looks, it features an intuitive GUI with all the options comprised within a single window.
There are no complicated configuration settings that you have to deal with and no menus to search. The plain look makes it suitable for beginners, while its capabilities are designed to meet the requirements of more experienced users.
All the imported ISO or GCM (GameCube) files are displayed in an organized manner, along with the game banner, its name, the size and the file location on disk. All you have to do is select the file to process and with the push of a button, your game file is shrinked and saved to a user-defined destination.
Aside from its resizing functions, GCMUtility comes with options that enable you to generate multi-boot images of multiple GameCube games. This means that you can incorporate the installation files for multiple games within a single ISO or GCM file.
To sum up, GCMUtility is capable of shrinking GameCube images and allow the storage of multiple games on the same storage device. While GameCube consoles are no longer manufactured, the application comes in handy for those who have such a gaming platform in their antiques collection.