I have a multi disc game in a folder within my psx roms folder, so it shows just once in the main psx menu and i scraped the metadata successfully on the folder, so thanks for the tips on that. I am getting a flip top lid for my v. I knew Parasite Eve 2 was real easy to get to the Second Disc because it was after the Tower incident that you go to a Desert and then Disc Switch to go to a Military Place. Although, it requires some editing to the game's boot file to correct directory changes. This isn't definite, if I am wrong about any of these games please post and let me know.
That would be interesting to say the least. But they are certainly he same thing, just this is now adapted for emulator use too apparently. In game saves and save states work fine, don't worry about this. I'll update the list frequently and hope with your cooperation to find a viable solution to play through games that require you to change discs in mid-game. So it seems that by default it doesn't know where to look for the disc images.
It loads different versions of the game for use with X-Link Kai. From my experience with my foreigner online friends, Google in different country bases give completely different results with the same search terms. I was thinking that when it's time to swap discs couldn't there be a method to go back to the boot menu and continue on. Load the Save file from the Previous Disc in-game 7. Hit the gamepad combo you set for opening the menu in the game earlier. I've tried this and it doesn't work for me. It can be used to boot multiple games from a single disc.
I've read old wives tales of that working, but not from any credible source. A native game that doesn't run properly on the hardware, is just an indicator that it was poorly optimized for the target. There are rumors and speculation on the subject, but little hard evidence. A thorough Google search found little useful info on the subject. In game saves work great but I prefer the emulators save states.
It works great with like a %98 boot rate. Once installed, head back to the Main Menu and Load Core. This is a two disk game that has some fun cut scenes and voice acting. So I know that when I put the games into GameEx each disk will show up on the menu. I assume that was done since they have no rating and playing online voids a rating system since you never know what to expect. Think beyond the Limits and Try Hard as you Can.
But they are quite useful if the game you are playing does not have a save during the swap disk phase. You can browse the folders and select the image file, it works like a charm. With that in mind, head into whichever shader folder is relevant for your driver and have a play around. While I get your point, I don't think we can make such a comparison. What happens when you finish playing through Disc 1? When playing the game, use the Lakka menu to change disks. It works fine now I'm playing Fear Effect, I'm currently on disk 3 now.
You have shown everything except the smooth gameplay setyings. Didn't they solve that problem already? There are several vendors which carry it, just google Breaker Pro and you'll find one. Actually, they're the same thing. I keep switching between 1x and 2x actually lol. We know everyone has them, but let's keep these out of this sub. This is one instance I would love to be proven wrong. What's the ps1emu you mentioned? I place all my multi disk games into one folder and when I want to change them U just do it trough the emulator.
It could, but it's gonna suck. The images were not blurry prior to this. Which setting should I change and to what? Here are the relevant ones and what to do with them. The main issue I will be encountering is the tool I use and the disc image size. So far though the extent of my test is just to load the image, I have no idea how it would handle the game further in once you get to the point where it would want to switch disks. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. You can smooth out edges using various degrees of antialiasing, give a border to your game, or try to recreate the authentic experience of playing on a 90s screen by adding a little bit of noise or scanlines to the image.
But wait — the graphics look blown up and pixelated! The hardware power is there but the software is not. So as I far as I know if you're playing a multi disc game that requires a mid game swap, there is no way to play on without a modchip. Now to the fun part… making the edit to the playlist file. I cannot do that because it's not allowed on the forum. The screen for the disc change comes up happens just after Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine goes down the lift to the Laboratory area at the end of disc 1. The M3U file is a simple file that Lakka can use to link multi disc games with each other so that disc swapping can be done easily and cleanly. Now I was wondering if there was a way to make those games only have 1 entry on the list but still can load the other disks when they are needed.