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15 October 2008 - 12:08 AMI was wondering, is it possible to extract audio samples from Sonic Rush? The soundtrack is available in mini2sf format from here (though the link isn't working right now).
28 August 2008 - 02:23 PMHello all,
Recently, SSRG got a revamp, with that a key new element to the site was introduced: Hacktube.
The idea behind this is simple, it's YouTube for your Sonic modifications. You can register (currently using the forum's database) and upload your hacks to the site, allowing others to comment and (eventually) give ratings. I figured some of you, when posting a topic about a hack you've made here, might find it useful to also give a hacktube link to help encourage people to play your hacks straight away.
Anyway I hope you find it fun and useful and let me know about any problems you encounter!
30 July 2008 - 05:03 PMHi all,
I recently aquired a TV which I'll have in my room for at least a week, meaning I can test some ROMs on hardware (up to 4MB/32Mbit) using my Double Pro Fighter!
Though from what I understand most of the "major" projects already have the ability to test on hardware, I figured I might be able to help out with those of you who don't have this avaliable.
I am also investigating the possibility of an automated service, where people can queue to use the copier, and get a video out streamed into their web browser, though the main difficulty I can forsee is relaying controls to the genesis while the parallel port is also in use by the copier, though I do have a USB->Parallel cable... so maybe I'll be able to figure something out! Would be pretty neat, but I probably won't be able to sort that out any time soon.
So yeah let me know
19 July 2008 - 11:25 AMHere.
Not many done yet, but I thought I'd post what I'd done so far for some feedback and to check whether people think I'm approaching this in the best way etc.
I'm hoping to go on to do more advanced tutorials with SonED2 as well as tutorials with SonMapEd for art editing.
I'm also in the process of uploading these on youtube, the resolution is lower but they're still understandable (I hope!)
Anyway let me know what you think!
24 February 2008 - 08:35 PM
What this utility does is run 2 copies of a special version of the emulator gens which I have created, allowing you to load up two roms and compare minute differences. This version of Gens has been modified to have non-foreground access to the keyboard, meaning that you will always be controlling it, regardless of whether the window has focus. In theory you could even run more than 2.
1. Run the dual.exe program, you can then use the options on the right to select the 2 roms you wish to compare, though you can also do this from within the two copies of gens.
2. then click "Run and Detect Instances".
3. Once they have loaded click "Sync Reset" and play!
You are now controlling both emulators at the same time.