How to Replace GC H4M (Movie) files

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How to Replace GC H4M (Movie) files

Post by KoppaDude » Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:29 am

Hey all I've been messing around with Pikmin (PAL) and noticed that the intro cut-scene is out of sync due to the game being designed around 50fps. Is it possible to replace these (PAL) h4m's with the NTSC'S versions? Thanks!
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Re: How to Replace GC H4M (Movie) files

Post by Papy.G » Fri Mar 13, 2020 12:10 pm

Why won't you play it at the frequency it was intended to run? And if your display can't handle 50Hz, set the game to 60Hz, and if it can't, get an NTSC version, if there is no NTSC version, you won't find a suitable video file, so you'll ultimately have to find a display that can handle 50Hz.
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