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  1. zero delay encoders is nothing but a marketing name serial joysticks sucked and had a horrible delay --> USB no delay what you have is a joystick encoder you basically saved yourself the trouble of doing this to a USB controller https://www.slagcoin.com/joystick/pcb_wiring.html as you may or may not know Hyperspin has a bug with USB controllers DISABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! usb joysticks use in HyperHQ and use this to map your Joystick Encoder to Hyperspin. it was built for a 360 Controller but you can change the button numbers to match what you have/want
  2. SNK Neo Geo from the HyperSpin install has been updated to 3 different systems SNK Neo Geo AES = cartridge based home console SNK Neo Geo CD = CD based home console SNK Neo Geo MVS = Arcade based system keep the system you want or all of them. each system pretty much contains the same games, but their is a variation on the emulator the CD version adds "better audio" AES vs MVS ( the only difference is that AES is set to free play no need to add coins)
  3. then use this you don't even need Hyperspin installed, All you need is an XML this program will check your roms to see if they match what is found on the XML if its not matched; it will be moved to a sub folder _unknown. https://emumovies.com/files/file/1174-hyperspin-asset-xml-audit/
  4. you can also use this, it will check your roms and all your media it can also check to see if you have files that are not currently named to match your XMLs
  5. Plant vs Zombies both South Park Tables MS. Explosion All the Soccer tables will not transfer over. I don't know this for a faq but it looks like you can still install FX2 on a new PC if you have it as part of your library. I just tried on a PC that did not have Steam installed
  6. Hyperlaunch does not exist anymore, you can't have both Rocketlauncher and Hyperlaunch configured in your Hyperspin at the same time. the tutorials you are seeing (not using Rocetlauncher) are more then likely doing a direct launch. similar to you double clicking on your PC game exe. this is done by setting execution "Normal" instead of "hyperlaunch" in HyperHQ IF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you did this you need to change it back to Hyperlauch or you will not be using Rocketlauncher to launch your PC game.
  7. its more then a long shot, Hyperpin is pretty much dead, as no updates have been done to it you can't even run PinballFX2 on it their is more then 1 front end that supports what you want, I suggest you look into them PinballY and Pinup Popper
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    media

    the fancy videos need to be download from emumovies https://emumovies.com/ Hyperspin specific artwork such as wheel, box and disc (cart) art and themes can be download from the download section the easiest method to do this is to become a supporting member and use the download utilities to automatically download all the media on a per system basis. you can download anything on this site and 240 videos from emumovies for free, but you have to do manually download everything.
  9. none of those files are needed you do need 7z.dll and 7z.exe but those files are found at RocketLauncher\Module Extensions\7z.dll RocketLauncher\Module Extensions\7z.exe and C:\HyperSpin\Modules ---> Hyperlaunch2 modules C:\HyperSpin\Hyperlaunch.exre --->Hyperlaunch2 I'm pretty sure that the HScript.ahk is just an example of a custom script you can run with Hyperspin. its not really doing anything #NoEnv SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir% OnExit, ExitSub themeStart(system, game) { ;MsgBox % system . " " . game } return ExitSub: ExitApp
  10. Hyperspin uses No intro roms and names, if you use the crc to rename your roms you will find that Spider-Man & Venom - Maximum Carnage (USA) is their if you are using fuzzy logic to rename your roms it might not always find a match Street Fighter II Turbo - Hyper Fighting might just be under the name Street Fighter II Turbo this are all the Street Fighter II games included in the No-Intro Dat their is no SF with the Hyper Fighting name.; I'm not sure why it was excluded it might be the beta version, if you wan it with the Hyper Fighting name you can always add it to your personal SNES XML. <game name="Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Europe)"> <description>Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Europe)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Europe).sfc" size="4194304" crc="2F109101" md5="DD7CB317BC987C2FD52DE2A764A2250B" sha1="73B3C0AF2F169423CBBF2A672E6414F35388E04E" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA)"> <description>Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA).sfc" size="4194304" crc="9C59DDFF" md5="AA3C90FA7D89EB3DC3389A9436BD0CF8" sha1="F4EDE150B5281F7F5D7E3188C6D9163C2BC66475" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter EX (World) (Unl) (Pirate)"> <description>Street Fighter EX (World) (Unl) (Pirate)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter EX (World) (Unl) (Pirate).sfc" size="2097152" crc="DAD59B9F" md5="852ECF00F608C53DB8AD6D3208AC25B1" sha1="22F864B4A8728F08513B979D2A960EB3083B2C83"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II (Europe)"> <description>Street Fighter II (Europe)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II (Europe).sfc" size="2097152" crc="8B93F566" md5="A5ADB1AB3DAA665A58AD6AD1111D8F5B" sha1="5FD528793373DACB085224B2E6CA3EAC305D65A9" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II (Japan)"> <description>Street Fighter II (Japan)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II (Japan).sfc" size="2097152" crc="5556C5C9" md5="7BA1A7E9DA4BFF995242F57470E479A7" sha1="B01D39475AD1CF0BC914C6B3865EF9295A9ECE3D" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II (USA)"> <description>Street Fighter II (USA)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II (USA).sfc" size="2097152" crc="BC3DCD9D" md5="BE7FC84AC1151B99AD48329327E2AAA7" sha1="7DDCB96E0D9FEA94D9370635262AC7C28DA85214" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II (USA) (Beta) (1992-04-03)"> <description>Street Fighter II (USA) (Beta) (1992-04-03)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II (USA) (Beta) (1992-04-03).sfc" size="2097152" crc="40C95DB4" md5="4C4549FC30BF17733551252C8BDEC54F" sha1="0B0005428FCAFE9616A5682A2CE556DB2523327B" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe)"> <description>Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe).sfc" size="2621440" crc="A3EE22E5" md5="CC7E42A7725D18CEFB54A26EB5EB7A73" sha1="A05554ED1C93911C47312107D95A7FDDDC123FF3" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe) (Rev 1)"> <description>Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe) (Rev 1)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Europe) (Rev 1).sfc" size="2621440" crc="ABBC185D" md5="DEBCA2150D348DD3440621E54BDD61E0" sha1="73D9C95FF0DD53C966A2AC764A4D7FD6D08D5768" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Japan)"> <description>Street Fighter II Turbo (Japan)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II Turbo (Japan).sfc" size="2621440" crc="364087E5" md5="A92B83FF868B8972C3DD12A4F2BD4AF3" sha1="9842CB61CEBEA343D6D9BE599F11064A50C68A30" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II Turbo (USA)"> <description>Street Fighter II Turbo (USA)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II Turbo (USA).sfc" size="2621440" crc="A45CADD6" md5="AC63BD5085B0F8F35E2CFF59E9C34456" sha1="BD88A3189A34F1E652FE03D8E11A0AE9C0DADFA6" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter II Turbo (USA) (Rev 1)"> <description>Street Fighter II Turbo (USA) (Rev 1)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter II Turbo (USA) (Rev 1).sfc" size="2621440" crc="D43BC5A3" md5="014863E139F5A9E9FC8ECF59A133223B" sha1="9F6E8F2585E60BD6690C068C692AC97653BAE6A6" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan)"> <description>Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan).sfc" size="4194304" crc="7455A7CF" md5="70761AB447F48091A8DC437FD2E9C14D" sha1="A0DB1045FB308D6A2975A4D305B69F877BE727A4" status="verified"/> </game> <game name="Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan) (En) (Proto) (1996-09-15)"> <description>Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan) (En) (Proto) (1996-09-15)</description> <rom name="Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan) (En) (Proto) (1996-09-15).sfc" size="4194304" crc="349D8084" md5="1BDF3D1524794B36745FDE718E2BA646" sha1="CC4CC2F858D25280FD984F5A9F8164DC120860EB" status="verified"/> </game>
  11. if you set your Ipac to work as a keyboard, using L-CTRL or L-ALT, you will NOT!!!!! be able to use Joy2key or Xpadder both of those programs need joystick controllers in order for them to work. if you go to your device manager you will need to find this the hole point of Joy2key and Xpadder is to map keyboard keys to joystick buttons, What is the point of using Joy2key or Xpadder when your Ipac (keyboard encoder) is already mapped to keyboard keys
  12. if you want to nit pick my posts, I can do the same to yours where exactly did the op say that he wanted to learn about hyperspin and rocketlauncher I don't see a mention of Rocketlauncher in the initial post so why are you bringing rocketlauncher into this post. the OP never mentioned that he wanted to learn anything he asked if you can install Hypersin on a PI (a question with a simple yes or no answer) whether its a pre configured drive with Hyperspin he bought or he wants to install a fresh copy of Hyperspin we don't know that because the OP did not mention that!!! what exactly does the OP have to do with you and what you have done you are making the assumption that everyone lives by your standards and is going to build their own image. connect the dots if you can, what's easy and in my opinion the lazy choice downloading a pre made image vs learning how to do everything yourself just because you made your own image, this does not mean that everyone is going to choose the option that requires an extra effort in their part..
  13. its being very lazy when you can download an pre built pi image load it to your sd card and stick your sd card in your PI set your controls and you are done. it might be an american expression forget bout modern arcades, as in don't bother trying to run modern arcade games because you can't even run some of the older arcade games.
  14. when I say lazy I mean sticking a PI in a cabinet is like sticking a VW bug engine on a high performance sports car. are you honestly telling me that you would build a high end custom arcade just to put such a low powered device in it. and I like paying console games on my cocktail cab with a PC and Hyperspin as much as I like playing arcade games with a console controller while I"m sitting on a couch. each system has its pros and cons.
  15. I have an PI and its nice to have the retro consoles on my main TV, but sticking in an arcade cabinet is just lazy. forget modern arcades, its recommended that you run MAME 2003 on a PI 2 and an older version on a Pi Zero (I'm not sure what is recommended on the latest Pis) you can't even play Killer Instinct (mame version) on MAME 2003, you have to play the SNES to MAME hack. I ended up using Final Burn Alpha over MAME and used MAME 2009 for all the MAME games not found on FBA.
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