This was planned since the beginning, but may take a while to materialize.blizzz wrote:Would it be possible to use a GBA as a controller like with the original GBP disc? I think this actually transfers a program to the GBA. So I'm not sure if this is something that can be done with Homebrew, but it would be really nice.
You have no idea how much the GameBoy Player has troubled me for 12 years with that crap interlaced, blurred, and stuttering mess. I downloaded the latest version yesterday for my first try, and everything is perfect. I have 240p on my standard def. TV through S-video. No sound glitches, no stuttering, no blurriness, just pure perfection!! I also like theres nothing but black borders. Though to be honest, it would be sweet to add custom borders!! Would contribute my own art for this.
I heard there was supposed to be lag, i think?
Theres no noticeable input lag here.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!
any glaring stupidity in my arguments?
Thank you very much!
oh also fyi NUM_ARGS should be 7 for it to be proper.Diminuendo wrote:Thanks
Thanks for the newest release, Extrems!Extrems wrote:
- Added low latency (buffered) version with 243p59.8261 video mode.
- Added ultra-low latency (unbuffered) version with experimental 243p59.7276 video mode.
- Changed all 60 Hz modes to have 486 active lines.
Any chance you can update your ISOS to the latest relase? =)darcagn wrote:Just in case anyone wants an ISO to use with XenoGC, etc.
I do not know what this meansFIX94 wrote:oh also fyi NUM_ARGS should be 7 for it to be proper.Diminuendo wrote:Thanks
I grabbed the gbiargs by FIX94 and made it so it can load either gbi, gbi-ll or gbi-ull. Arguments are these ones : "--offset=0:2", "--zoom=3.25", "--format=pal60", "--nointerlaced"
I plan more for this, but first I need to know if it works, I don't have the gb player (yet) and my gamecube is not connected right now (I normally use my wii).
UPDATE: my previous uploaded dol was broken, I thought it was dolphin not being able to run gbi, but it was just my silly mistake.
Here's an improved supposedly working version (can't test without gbplayer, but should work)
- Can boot either GBI, GBI-ll or GBI-ull
- Configuration file at sdgeckoA:/config.txt
check update 3! https://www.dropbox.com/s/fkzddp5i5sj4r ... A.rar?dl=0
ps: I'll upload the source when I know it works, it is originally FIX94's code after all
UPDATE 2: I made the version that can also change arguments no the fly. Controls might be a little cryptic though.
Tomorrow I'll test detecting sdgecko in slot A or B before attempting to load the config file. Then I guess all work would be done, I hope this works fine.
check update 3! https://www.dropbox.com/s/kt5ewwjuh2cf8 ... 2.rar?dl=0
Keep in mind that if there's an SD gecko in slot A, but no conf_gbi.txt file i won't try to load from slot B.
Also notice I changed the config file name, since it seemed too generic.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/m51qa4lgf7i02 ... 3.rar?dl=0
UPDATE 4: I've written a simple tool to inject a conf_gbi.txt file to gbiargs.dol, and it will load it as default. Only windows binary, but source is included for any linux/mac user.
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Usage: 1.- Put GBI_configurator.exe at same folder as gbiargs.dol and conf_gbi.txt 2.- Run GBI_configurator.exe 3.- gbiargs_conf.dol will be created, holding the specified configuration in conf_gbi.txt as default
Everything I wanted to code is done, now I just hope it works with no issues.