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  1. Amazing work, looking forward to integrating this with my mega drive theme! Always wanted to work on this but didn't find the time, great job!
  2. Probably wouldn't hurt to upgrade RL I guess. Hyperspin will NEED an upgrade because it was updated not long ago because it stopped working in windows 10. It's just a simple case of copying the new .exe file over into your existing directory though so there isn't much to it. As always backup your old versions etc in case there is some issue with new versions so you can just switch stuff back etc.
  3. Rowr14

    MAME Database

    If your talking about the 'hyperlist' section unfortunately all that stuff is way out of date. Best to use phulsofs and for consoles grab your xmls from the relevant forum threads here at this point, the older console xmls are pure garbage. As i said, best to grab the 'worthy clones' list which is only leaving in the important clones (like pacman etc) and go from there working out what you want. Again, you need to check to make sure you have the right mame version roms/xml, this is key or you will have neverending dramas.
  4. Rowr14

    MAME Database

    https://hyperspin-fe.com/files/category/28-arcade-systems/ Are these the ones you have grabbed on the left side of this page? I haven't checked these myself but if there are clones etc there is probably a good reason they are added. That said I have no idea how old these xmls are and if they are out of date. A note on clones, they are often bootlegs or region different versions. For example Pacman is a clone of Puckman the Japanese version. The whole deal with clones as far as I can tell is that to save space. MAME will use the parent files and clone files in conjunction. There are different ways to split up MAMEroms using clrmamepro and other software so that all files are contained in each title clone or not. Obviously this will take up more HDD space but can be useful if you want to move roms around without taking the whole collection. The xml you want which i think is in phulsofs pack is titled "worthy clones" and I believe is a result of a forum thread somewhere on this site created by metalzoic. It's basically all the clones that are best known and worth adding in addition to parent files. The second thing in regards to MAME is that the rom set is constantly updated and added to and given a version number (currently in the .200s). For best compatibility you must use the version of mame that corresponds with the version number rom set. This is the reason that xml files can be out of date/different as rom names can change over time with different versions. This is where things get difficult sharing lists, I could share my custom made xmls for Mame but for many people out there on different version rom sets it will be incomplete. I've also filtered out certain control schemes, Mame covers everything from steering wheels to spinners to plastic guns, not to mention different numbers of buttons and extra joysticks. There is no sort of 'ideal' list for MAME like there are for consoles. You can find some "best of" lists around with cherry pick the most iconic stuff. Or split by manufacturer like those ones in the download section.
  5. You might be lucky enough to find someone who just updated their stuff, but it's so higgeldy piggeldy around here especially with database stuff. Your best bet might be to check each thread of the xml section of the forum to find the most recent stuff. I personally made some big fixes to genre data for snes and genesis/megadrive not long ago so make sure to grab those versions. As far as Mame goes :
  6. Excited to see the results! Wasn't aware of display fusion going to check that out cheers for the heads up.
  7. Well is it in installed in your Hyperspin folder or subfolder? Try and get it working it's the tool you need to use to make your custom xmls.
  8. Well obviously this is less of a hyperspin or rocketlauncher problem and more of a retroarch/incorrect roms or bios problem. 90 percent chance it's not working because your bios files are the wrong ones or in the wrong place or your trying to run specifically roms that require chd files or something.
  9. Grab the official xml, you can use it to populate your custom xml with the correct info through dons. See the replies in this thread for more info.
  10. Ok I looked into this, and found a post indicating the 4 player was fixed in .204 for KOV Cant confirm though as i'm all the way back at .190 and It won't work for me either. Also check knights of valor 2 plus, which is again the same game with more characters. Since there is no english version anyway maybe thats the better version to put on your list.
  11. Really all that needs to happen is some wide screen support, the theme creator updated for the times and some support for newer file formats (rip swf) and then the people who have been waiting around here all these years would knock down the walls creating new content and expanding it. Not sure what's up with the development (and personally HS 1.0 still suites my needs for the most part), but it seems as though HS 2.0 could be released in a barebones state and the community would work to prop it up and improve it, the problems that arise could be fixed up on the way because there should be enough buzz and interest. I guess It's similar to when Bethesda release an elder scroll games on the PC and modders have fixed all the issues and made it look 10 times better within a few months. Seems like now with all the expectations built around the wait time it will never deliver as a full blown finished product. I say get it fundamentally working on a basic level and release what you have so we can go at it and build something great. But who knows what goes on with development so take all this as uneducated opinion!
  12. If i had to guess he sorted out his cue files or extensions.
  13. Yeah I was kind of steering more towards the ati cards for the option to run the games in the original resolutions which will give you the best image. It's worth noting that I believe the latest crtemudrivers (the drivers that support low resolution output through an analogue dvi) support newer amd cards also so that should account for performance. As far as I understand there is no simple way to output low resolutions on nvidia cards though my info could be outdated. Are the nvidia 7000 gpu's you are referring to outputting through svideo? I actually use an svideo out from a gtx 260 black and it's pretty decent. You cant beat original resolutions but tweaking shader settings through retroarch can get things pretty damn close. You are correct though this all depends what the PC is and what the use case/budget is! More info would help us to better recommend what you need.
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