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emb

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About emb

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  • Birthday 08/23/1983

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  1. Version 4.2.6

    18,999 downloads

    Features for this release include: ROM Renamer - New and improved interface - New and improved fuzzy scanning (supports TOSEC, no-intro goodmerge, roman numerals, and more) - CD image support (supports cue,ccd,gdi,iso, updates sheets and renames files) - Collapsable view to see what files are attached to a CD image - Drag and drop support to manually match games - Search and filter through your games/lists - Re-compress your renamed files to zip - Capability to specify more than one ROM folder - Resizable and collapsable panels - Option to specify temp folder to help minimize thrashing of the hard drive. List Filter (previously known as list generator - Editable fields - Preview artwork HyperList Converter (Dat to XML) - Convert a ROM directory to an HyperList XML (a ROM2XML replacement) - Convert a mamelist.xml file to a HyperList XML HyperList Merger - option to not have an exe tag Automatically Rename ROMs Automatically Rename ROMs Combine multiple Lists for multi-system support Changelog Changes from 4.1.1 to 4.2.6 HyperSpin List Generator Clone manager! (Yes! a clone manager!) Added menu option to show and hide your parents and clones Enhanced filtering (now an expandable side panel) Now even easier to filter, show, and hide columns ROM Renamer DAT file support! Fixed bug where tool would report it could not find CRCs when they actually existed in the XML file (thanks to relic for finding this). (Special thanks to Rain for his dat API) Color coding based on CRC status. New tool – DAT to HyperList Creator Pass in a DAT file and it will spit out a XML file. Changes from 4.0.12 to 4.1.1 Auto-generation of mamelist.xml file (no need to manually generate this anymore)! Adding in columns for artwork1-4, save state support, pixel width, height, palette size, and display type Added watermark when XML file is generated Adding checking to ensure source file and output file are not the same Added confirm close dialog when exiting Changes from 3.0 to 4.0.12 Built-in video player to watch games while you filter through your lists! New interface! Everything is now one filterable table! No more source, output, and ignore tabs Create your own filters and “views” Faster file scanning algorithm Color coded columns Description column is now frozen to make it easier to browse other columns Each column now has its own filter at the top of each column Right click to add/remove games to your list Quick keyboard shortcuts to add/remove games to your list Extended search support for year, player, and button filters Easier to understand configuration fields Right click on the table to show/hide columns Tooltips for instructions Column for horizontal /vertical screen orientation And more! Changes from 2.2.2 to 3.0 Added ROM renamer Added list merger Changes from 2.2.1 to 2.2.2 Added new list splitting tool (replaces genre tool). You can now split an XML file by Manufacturer, Genre, Year, and Rating. mamelist.xml text box field now clears out when creating new configs. Changes from 2.2 to 2.2.1 N/A (Test build) Changes from 2.1 to 2.2 CHD audit support (checks that a folder exists in the MAME ROM directory). Addded a tool to split an XML list into multiple XML lists based on genre. Zip file now contains pre-downloaded HyperLists (source lists). Debug/Logging support – Enable debugging in help->debugging. After you’re done, you can click File -> Save debug. This will provide valuable information for troubleshooting user problems. Ability to change configuration after scanning (Message now pops up with warning about unsaved changes). It has been a pain for myself (and others) to click on file->new or file->load configuration to restart everything. Fixed race condition with the HyperSpin Wheel dropdown not updating when loading a configuration file. Error message cleanup. Refactored API to be more accommodating for 3.0 additions (for multi-exe merge tool and genre xml auto-generation support; all transparent to you). Changes from 2.0.1 to 2.1 Columns for # players, # buttons, controls, system type, emulation status (MAME only) Ability to search by ANY column Ability to show/hide columns Alternating row colors Couple bug fixes (one of them includes the repeat popup for invalid ROMs). Changes from 2.0 to 2.0.1 Fixed crash when saving output XML. Changes from 1.0 to 2.0 Completely new user interface (it was needed for the new features). Ability to load in your existing HyperSpin XML file into your favorites. Table-based design. You can sort by any column, and move the columns around (Just like an excel spreadsheet). Want to hide all your BIOS images? Sort by Genre, select all the BIOS games then move them to the exclude list! See the size of games in your list. See Lists You can now see game descriptions, genre, clone information, year, manufacturer, rating, and whether the game could be found for each list. Built-in auditor while customizing your list. Easily see which games are missing wheels, artwork, and themes. Searching! Search the names/descriptions for a particular keyword (e.g. search for “Metal Slug” or “(USA)”). Inverted searching! Only show the list of games that do NOT match the given search string. Misnamed/Missing auditor – Find out which games exist in your directory and are not in your HyperSpin list; or find out what games in the HyperSpin masterlist that could not be found. Changed some terminology. (Exclude is now known as Ignored, Custom is know known as Favorites). Added descriptions to help with the user experience Changes from 0.1 to 1.0 Added a progress bar. Addet-click option to scan/autoselect ROMs in your list that are not in the master list. Added a prompt to remind you to save your config file before closing. Added check to make sure you are not overwriting your master list when exporting. Added resize and scrolling support for the windows. Internal code cleanup.
  2. Project: Create Hiperspin for Linux

    As stated earlier, it was for showcasing its flexability, its not going to be in the final product. Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk
  3. Project: Create Hiperspin for Linux

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  4. Project: Create Hiperspin for Linux

    There is a little activity going on in the linux (and windows, and, osx) world. Heres a couple early developmental videos being worked on by yours truely. Im calling it puddle-fe. All of this is funning on a old 1.6GHz samsung Netbook (single core). All videos are to only show proof of concept. It is not showcasing the final product. It is just showing a few things that the fe is capable of. Puddle-fe Development - HyperSpin Wheel: Puddle-fe Development - Animations: Puddle-fe Development - Maximus layout example: Puddle-fe Development - Launching Games: Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk
  5. Hey emb, I'm trying to rename my dreamcast and psx collection and I was told you have a beta program that does this? Was wondering if you could lend me a copy of your beta so I can test. michaelngo@gmail.com. Thank you

  6. The HyperSpin Project

    A few people are using efnet until the server is back up. Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk 2
  7. And so it begins!

    What kind of things are on your BOM? What kind of processor are you using? Will the firmware be open source to make any additions or enhancements to the existing firmware? (I am not asking from a reselling standpoint or anything, I am an embedded software engineer at my "real job" ) This looks sweet! It really has the potential to be a competitor in the hobby MAME market. It is possibly even kickstarter worthy. Sent from my Galaxy S4 using Tapatalk HD
  8. Router,bit&t molding

    It's a little outside your price range (I think it equates to 60 pounds) ; it's a great entry level router. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-R163K-Fixed-Base-Router-R163K/203325690#.UkbTA2go7GU This was the first router I bought and I still love it! The router has now become my most frequently used tool. It can be used for so many applications.... I cannot imagine living without it! Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  9. Those look great. Nice! Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  10. I love your respect for console gaming. Looks great! Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  11. Need some cabinet Advice

    If mounted horizontally you will always notice the borders to a little extent. Try taking some cardboard and rest 2 pieces along each side. Play with it for a couple days and see if it doesn't bother you too much. Another thing to consider is to mount your monitor vertically (like mentioned above). I did this to my Bartop and don't regret doing it. It is really nice playing vertical shoot em ups and pinball on the beast! Since you have not purchased your monitor yet, that might be difficult. What kind of games do you plan on playing? That might help you hone in on a 4:3 or a 16:9 screen. Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  12. Hyperpin/spin Pub Table

    That looks fantastic. It's nice seeing a vp in a different frame. You kind of inspired me to a keep one myself Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  13. +1 on the happy competition joystick. I love it. Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  14. Are they LEDs for your pushbuttons? If so, just grab yourself a LED wiring harness from paradisearcadeshop: http://www.paradisearcadeshop.com/en/jamma-harnesses/677-ez-led-wiring-harness-085574200677.html Hook them up into a molex connector so you can just use your computer's power supply. You can find those 4 pin molex connectors for dirt cheap (or cut an existing one). Keep in mind that you might also need resistors for your LEDs. You might want to ask the vendor where you bought your LEDs from to ensure they already have resistors. Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
  15. Absolutely beautiful! Sent from my Galaxy Tab 2 using Tapatalk HD
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