Converting the Sephiroth Patch to work with Bootleg is possible.
The first step is to identify all of the files that the Sephi patch changes.
Install the vanilla game and make a backup of all the files.
Apply the complete Sephi patch to one installation.Sephiroth Patch Files:
Scorpicus Sephiroth Patch V1.1 Scorpicus Play as Original Sephiroth Qhimm FILE
seph.zip sladevi Missing Sephiroth Patch Animations Qhimm FILE
patch for Scorpicus Sephiroth Patch.zip anifiga New Sephiroth Model Qhimm FILE
Sephiroth_Cut_Scene_Pack.zip Scorpicus Play As Original Sephiroth Cutscenes Qhimm FILE
Use Aali's LGP tools to extract a these .LGP files from both versions: battle.lgp, char.lgp, menu_us.lgp, world_us.lgp and the minigame files.
Use a file comparison application to identify and isolate differing files.
lgp_tools_multipack_by_sithlord48-1_0.zip Sithlord48 Aali's LGP Tools Installer FILE
Use Touphscript to extract the text from both versions.
Identify and isolate the new text from the Sephi patch.
touphScript_v220.127.116.11z Luksy Comprehensive Dialogue Editing Tool Qhimm FILE SOURCE
When creating the following patches, use the vanilla files as a base.
Use ProudCloud to create a changes patch for Scene.bin.
ProudClodalpha.zip NFITC1 Tool to edit scene.bin Qhimm FILE
Use WallMarket to create a changes patch for the kernels.
WallMarket145.zip NFITC1 Tool to edit the kernel Qhimm FILE
The Sephi patch also alters ff7.exe. The included patch might not work with Menu Overhaul or other mods that significantly change ff7.exe.
If the patch fails, create a binary patch with looser standards or copy the changes in a hex editor.
Once all of the changes are identified, the process of converting the files to work with Bootleg begins.
Not all mods are compatible. Attempting to integrate this mod with Hardcore or Aeris Revival will complicate matters.