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New User, General Usage Questions
10-09-2011, 09:57 AM
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RE: New User, General Usage Questions
So let me help you. Your computer is not outdated, I have a vista 32bit with radeon hd 2600 and no problem to run games like final fantasy : crisis core.

So now, with build 64bit, you can't have videos and some audio beacause JPCSP uses a program called xuggle and it's only supported on 32bit builds. And to have more sounds, we aks to people to download a sony program called sonicStage to read AT3+ files (a Sony audio file) only supported in 32bit too.

And for kingdom hearts and others "new" games, it's normal to don't have good fps, the emulator is yet in these early stage and all is not perfect (I run this game at 3 fps on my computer and there are problems of polygons too ...).

For the all screens problem, it's normal too, the team doesn't resolve this for the moment but they try to work on this too (but it's better to work on the performances of jpcsp ^^).

So now, you can wait that a better revision arrives or you try to play with these problems, it's your choice :-)
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RE: New User, General Usage Questions - theball - 10-09-2011 09:57 AM

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