Discussion in 'General Sega Discussion' started by Mr_Boo_Berry, Oct 8, 2009.
Yeah, he's released another build...
NOW X-Men 32X is playable.
That was fast! I may be getting to V3.66 faster than I thought. lol
If you guys find anything, please report it to Steve on the Kega forums ASAP.
I've added the downloads to the wiki, they're available here.
Incredible, this is FAST. Here's a shot running on my old Toshiba laptop: Pentium MMX 166Mhz, 32MB of RAM, 2MB onboard graphics, Windows 98SE.
When setting sound to 22KHz, this runs at, unbelievable for this PC-class, ~30fps, sometimes reaching 35 or even 40! Amazing work!
Shit, SERIOUSLY? That's even more efficient than DGen was o_o
Just one thing I noticed with X-Men 32X.
In one of the stages where it crashes automatically upon walking in an area, there is supposed to be debugging information that shows up as soon as it crashes. It doesn't appear in Kega Fusion, but it does on real hardware.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXRtAY5tUqM...feature=related (Go near the end of the video)
Also, I might try getting this going with Windows 95 later, so wish me good luck
My little ear tells me that the sound emulation is improving very nicely. Marble Garden Act 1 (the song I use as a measuring stick) is sounding closer to the actual hardware audio. It just needs a little bit more before it's perfect.
I could get nice 45FPS with 44KHz sound from Gens on my P166... and full 60 from Kgen98 and Genecyst
Steve broke it :'<
Yes, I was going to say (post) that. Some musics on my hack sounds a bit better on this version than on previous versions.
Steve Snake is awesome. kthxbai
Does anybody know how to run the Chaotix 1207 prototype? I managed to get it running in 3.61 and 3.62 by running a 32x games before it, but it looks like that trick doesn't work with 3.63 anymore. And yes, Fast Timing is enabled.
Try pressing TAB and SHIFT+TAB bunches of times.
Steve Snake's site is down now for some reason. Sorry to revive this thread but I was annoyed by this so I had to report it and didn't want to start a new thread.
That explains alot. It's not just me. I couldn't really read that down splash page anyway. The whole domain appears to be down.
Yeah, a few of us think that the Inn was a victim of a DDoS attack which sapped all the allotted bandwidth.
Found a bug in the mac version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCZH5BgKMR0
Posting this here since Eidolon's is down.
I cannot get Kega's sound to work properly on my desktop.
Windows XP-SP3 (very recently re-installed)
MSI K9VGM-V, Athlon X2-4200+, 2GB RAM
Nvidia 7600GTX (191.07 drivers)
Sound is Emu 0404 PCI, latest drivers. (not betas)
DX9 (installed, and re-installed)
Basically, sound doesn't want to work.
In the default mode (software buffer=1 in the INI ), it makes no noise. No clicking of any options, ie samples rates, timing, will fix this. What I can do is turn hardware acceleration completely off in Windows' control panal, and sound will kind of work, but will be choppy.
If I turn the software buffer off in the INI file, and leave hardware acceleration on, I will get sound, But if I click anywhere back on the program itself, (like to bring it back into focus from another program, or if I switch the full screen, the sound vanishes. I can click on a sound option, regardless of what it is, and changing it will bring back the sound, unless I right click or otherwise touch the program window, it vanishes again.
I have also tried playing with my PCI latency setting in the BIOS, but that hasn't helped any. I have had this sound card for a couple months now, and don't remember having this issue previously. The only different drivers would be the video drivers since the last tiem I used Kega.
It seems to work properly on 2 older omputers I have.
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