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  1. Isn't demul a Retroarch core? Probably would work a lot better through retroarch. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
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  3. SSF caches it's settings. So if on your first time you ran ssf you closed it before setting up the controller, then the controller config isn't in the config. So in the ssf module set to true to delete cache settings, this will force the settings file to load each time. I am telling you this from memory so not 100% sure what the setting in rl is exactly. But it's something about delete cache. I had this problem a while back when I didn't set up the 2nd player controller, so I was constantly having to set up the 2nd player controller. This all being said, did they ever update the mednafen module to run Saturn games in rl? Because mednafen is a much better Saturn emulator. Way easier to set up, doesn't need daemon tools, and all the games work on stock settings. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. There are emulators out there that emulate I green. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  5. Version 1.0


    This is a complete 2D Box Pack for the XBox. Many alternate images if you prefer a certain box. I will be adding an update pack which will contain a few more alternate boxes once I collect them all. Example is the Halo Limited Edition Tin.
  6. If you really want to launch a game in the mini game window you could. You just have to set up a bezel that looks like it. Then to start a game where you left off use an emulator that supports save states. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  7. Version 1.0


    This is the matching system theme to the mainmenu theme I made which can be found here. Enjoy!
  8. Version 1.0


    This is the initial release of my Xbox main menu theme. The matching system theme can be found here. Hope you enjoy!
  9. 70% speed-up is insane? You probably aren't understanding what that actually means. Example, If I am running a game at 15 fps with opengl, and Vulcan will run it at 26 fps, that is a 73% increase in speed. (11 fps increase / 15 original fps =.73333...% overall increase). But note it was only an 11 fps increase. However if you were running at 40 fps originally and you increased to 51 fps that is only a 27.5% increase in speed. (11 fps increase / 40 original fps). So as you can see, it's easier to claim a large % increase at lower fps. In both cases w are talking about just 11 fps increase. And btw, in the current release Vulcan on Android does not work, it crashes immediately I believe. Same with the nightly builds from the trunk. There are still driver issues to sort out on Android so much of this hasn't been merged yet. I am just reporting on what I have read from people who compiled the Android/Vulcan branch and were able to get it working. Not what I have personally experienced. Not sure how stable it was, or how long it ran before they gathered their info for comparison. It's been a week or so since I looked into this though, so things could very well have changed. Things move fast in Dolphin. And btw, on Windows you will not see really any increase I speed since dx12 and opengl are already highly optimized. The increases in Vulcan have all been reported on systems such as Linux where the opengl drivers aren't that mature. Summary, If you are using a system that is underserved by opengl, you can expect a decent up tick when Vulcan is made available for your system. As the examples I have above though suggest don't expect miracles though. I am sure too that the stats being reported have been cherry picked. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  10. Yeah on Android and linux Vulcan has about a 70% increase in speed. In Windows there is no speed up though since the api's were already highly optimized. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  11. Samsung is releasing a 2 TB SSD drive here in October. I think I remember reading the price will be around $450. Within a couple years Samsung predicts SSD prices will be even with HDD prices. I added an SSD to my game machine a while back as the Windows drive, I will never again use anything else. Performance boost is incredible. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  12. Yes there is an easy way in Windows as long as the files all have the same extension. Let's say the file extension is bin, then in Windows Explorer go to the sub-folder all your rom folders are in. In the search bar in the upper right type "*.bin" without the quotes. A complete list of all the files with the bin extension will come up. Once the search completed, click on one of the files in the search page and press ctrl+a to select all the files. Then press ctrl+x to cut all the files. Then go to the folder you want them moved to and press ctrl+v to paste them. You can just do this process several times if there is more than one file extension. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
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