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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - ULUS10336
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Notes:
Steps for improving performance.
if you are missing any of these options you are using an old build.

Don't expect full speed even with top of the line computers (some parts of the game will be slower then others)
for it to be "playable" use a pc @ 3~ Ghz , 4~ gigs of ram , Nvidia video card (6800 and higher)



-These settings are only to be used as a base template, I found these worked good on my system, I encourage you to find your own settings.
-Settings are also specific to this game, they might not work as well in other games when set to this configuration.
-Shaders only work right if you have an NVIDIA video card, if you experience any graphics problems with AMD/ATI disable the Shader options.

High-End PC
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|Video|
[-] Only GE graphhics (not recommended for homebrew)
[-] Use vertex cache
[x] Use shaders (experimental)                                                 <---- Non Nvidia GPU's Disable if you have graphic problems.
[x] Use a Geometry Shader for 2D rendering (only relevant when using shaders)  <---- Non Nvidia GPU's Disable if you have graphic problems.
[-] Disable UBO (automatically disabled if not supported, only relevant when using shaders)
[-] Enable VAO (only relevant when using shaders and vertex cache)
[x] Enable saving GE screen to Textures instead of Memory
[-] Enable decoding of indexed textures (using CLUT) in shader (only relevant when using shaders)
[-] Enable dynamic shader generation (only relevant when using shaders rec for AMD/ATI)
[-] Enable the shader implementation for the "Stencil Test" (more accurate but slower)
[-] Enable the shader implementation for the "Color Mask" (more accurate but slower)

|Media|
[x] Use Media Engine
[-] Extract media files to tmp folder
[x] Decode audio files with sonic stage (you must have ss installed for this to work)

Legend
[-] = Unchecked
[x] = Checked
[!] = Optional, use at own risk (possibly a speedup, can cause crashes / bugs, disable this first if you run into problems)
::When changing options do it before you load the game, or else you'll need to close and restart Jpcsp.::

Lower-End PC or ATI
Code:
same as above except
|Video|
[X] Use vertex cache
[X] Disable UBO (automatically disabled if not supported, only relevant when using shaders)
[X] Enable decoding of indexed textures (using CLUT) in shader (only relevant when using shaders)
Updated Screens! from r2810
                                   
previous screens
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#2
is media engine working on the last rev?
This is what happen to me on the crisis core intro: http://www.megavideo.com/?v=YVFY6VX7 (if i move the mouse it restarts)

If i put the tmp folder from old revs in the 1507 rev main folder it show the video fine.
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(05-03-2010, 11:20 AM)corvenik Wrote: is media engine working on the last rev?
This is what happen to me on the crisis core intro: http://www.megavideo.com/?v=YVFY6VX7 (if i move the mouse it restarts)

If i put the tmp folder from old revs in the 1507 rev main folder it show the video fine.

1507
it works but its still under testing, hold enter(or start) to access the static screen then you can access the menu (keep holding enter).

the major change from this rev is that it can play videos instantly if they are decoded already, where the previous revisions would always decode the video then play..

I'm sure more improvements will be made in future builds, remember svn builds are considered beta and some features might not work 100%
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#4
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game is playable on rev 1505 >>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMfj220YMoQ but on rev 1507 still freeze on second video


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#5
@ hyakki
After a bit experiences....
I think the Option "Only GE Graphics (Not Recomended fro homebrew)" on Compatibilty Tab give performance increase about 2-5fps..
although if you checked it you can't resize the screen to full size or can't magnify it at all..

It seems the fps locked up to 30fps while running FF7 CC on r1507...
I hope the next revision will give more performance up to 60 fps
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#6
I need some info about this game's performance.
Did the FPS actually decrease from r1505 to r1507 (using Media Engine or not)?
The Media Engine shouldn't affect the game at all...
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#7
i dont think it did. 30 fps is only in videos. But thats normal right?
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#8
(05-03-2010, 03:18 PM)ZeCoxao Wrote: i dont think it did. 30 fps is only in videos. But thats normal right?

Yes, that's normal, but there were a couple of users posting about a FPS decrease at JPCSP forum... Undecided
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#9
Where can I get r1505? I just find up to r1437.
Help would be nice Big Grin I always wanted to play this game on the PC Big Grin
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#10
here: Automated Jpcsp Builds by Orphis
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