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Thanks Brolly, that's the info I was looking for.

 

Circo I just read the tutorial again. Seems to have changed from last time... or maybe I read an old thread? I'd really like to help out with the NDS. What's recomended for capturing? Does FRAPS work well?

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And Circo use GEST for those unlicensed Game Boy games that you couldn't get running ;)

 

Also the Wisdom Tree games will only run on MESS, no other emulator will support them.

 

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For Nintendo DS

 

Here is what you will need:

  • Emulator: DeSmuME 
  • Capture Software: Fraps
  • Video Editor: Virtual Dub
  • Submission Codecs: Video - x264vfw (Set to lossless) / Audio - PCM
  • Minimum 480x720 or 720x480 capture 60fps (There are Horizontal and Vertical Games)

Please review our submission guide before submitting videos.
http://emumovies.com...-version-basic/
 

For Desume you may have to fiddle with the sound settings if you have crackling sound and set the display to OpenGL or FRAPS will not work.  Also make sure the check the Hide Mouse Cursor option in Fraps.  If you have a gmail account I can invite you to the spreadsheet we are working with (Google Docs) to avoid double work.

 

I attached a sample of one of the ones I just finished.

Astro Invaders (USA) (En,Fr,Es).mp4

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Just an update on the Game Boy Color progress.  I've completed and uploaded the following (82 games):

 

Balloon Fight GB (Japan)
Beatmania GB - Gotcha Mix 2 (Japan)
Beatmania GB (Japan)
Beatmania GB2 - Gotcha Mix (Japan)
Benjamin Bluemchen - Ein verrueckter Tag im Zoo (Germany)
Bibi Blocksberg - Im Bann der Hexenkugel (Germany)
Bibi und Tina - Fohlen Felix in Gefahr (Germany)
Bob et Bobette - Les Dompteurs du Temps (Europe)
Checkmate (Japan)
Columns GB - Tezuka Osamu Characters (Japan)
Cyborg Kuro-chan - Devil Fukkatsu (Japan)
Cyborg Kuro-chan 2 - White Woods no Gyakushuu (Japan)
Daiku no Gen-san - Kachikachi no Tonkachi ga Kachi (Japan) (Translated En)
Dance Dance Revolution GB - Disney Mix (Japan)
Dance Dance Revolution GB (Japan)
Dance Dance Revolution GB2 (Japan)
Dance Dance Revolution GB3 (Japan)
Densha de Go! (Japan)
Densha de Go! 2 (Japan)
Doraemon - Aruke Aruke Labyrinth (Japan)
Doraemon Kart 2 (Japan)
Game Boy Wars 2 (Japan) (Translated En)
Game Conveni 21 (Japan)
Ganbare Goemon - Hoshizorashi Dynamites Arawaru!! (Japan)
Golf Daisuki! (Japan)
Golf Ou (Japan)
Hello Kitty no Beads Factory (Japan)
Hello Kitty no Magical Museum (Japan) (Translated En)
Hello Kitty no Sweet Adventure - Daniel-kun ni Aitai (Japan)
Hiryuu no Ken - Retsuden GB (Japan)
Hugo 2.5 (Germany)
Hunter X Hunter - Kindan no Hihou (Japan)
J.League Excite Stage GB (Japan)
Janosch - Das grosse Panama-Spiel (Germany)
Jay und die Spielzeugdiebe (Germany)
Jet de Go! (Japan)
Kaept'n Blaubaer - Die verrueckte Schatzsuche (Germany)
Karamuchou wa Oosawagi! - Okawari! (Japan)
Karamuchou wa Oosawagi! - Polinkies to Okashina Nakama-tachi (Japan)
Kettou Beast Wars - Beast Senshi Saikyou Ketteisen (Japan)
Kikansha Thomas - Sodor-tou no Nakama-tachi (Japan)
Kinniku Banzuke GB2 - Mezase! Muscle Champion (Japan)
Kinniku Banzuke GB3 - Shinseiki Survival Retsuden! (Japan)
Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings (USA)
Little Magic (Japan) (Translated En)
Lode Runner - Domudomu Dan no Yabou (Japan)
Loppi Puzzle Magazine - Kangaeru Puzzle Dai-2-gou (Japan)
Loppi Puzzle Magazine - Kangaeru Puzzle Dai-3-gou (Japan)
Loppi Puzzle Magazine - Kangaeru Puzzle Soukangou (Japan)
Luca no Puzzle de Daibouken! (Japan)
Magical Chase GB - Minarai Mahoutsukai Kenja no Tani e (Japan) (Translated En)
Maus, Die - Verrueckte Olympiade (Germany)
Mobile Golf (Japan)
Moorhuhn 2 - Die Jagd geht weiter (Germany)
Nintama Rantarou - Ninjutsu Gakuen ni Nyuugaku Shiyou no Dan (Japan)
Nisemon Puzzle da Mon! - Feromon Kyuushutsu Daisakusen! (Japan)
Ohasuta Dance Dance Revolution GB (Japan)
Ohasuta Yama-chan & Raymond (Japan)
Ottifanten - Kommando Stoertebeker (Germany) (Translated En)
Pocket Color Billiards (Japan)
Pocket Color Trump (Japan)
Pocket Densha 2 (Japan)
Pocket Pro Wrestling - Perfect Wrestler (Japan)
Pocket Puyo Puyo Sun (Japan)
Pop'n Music GB - Animation Melody (Japan)
Pop'n Music GB - Disney Tunes (Japan)
Pop'n Music GB (Japan)
Puzzle de Shoubuyo! Wootama-chan (Japan)
Radikal Bikers (Europe) (Proto)
Samurai Kid (Japan)
SD Hiryuu no Ken EX (Japan)
Snowboard Champions (Japan) (Translated En)
Soreike! Anpanman - 5-tsu no Tou no Ousama (Japan)
Soukoban Densetsu - Hikari to Yami no Kuni (Japan)
Super Robot Pinball (Japan)
Swing (Germany)
Sylvanian Families - Otogi no Kuni no Pendant (Japan) (Translated En)
Tabaluga (Germany)
Taxi 2 (France)
Taxi 3 (France)
Tokoro-san no Setagaya C.C. (Japan)
Tyrian 2000 (USA) (Proto)

 

Some of the above were initially uploaded with slightly incorrect names (missing hyphens/punctuation, incorrect capitalization, etc), but I reuploaded the whole set after using a bash script to compare file names to Brolly's list.  On the off chance anything has been done with my previous uploads, I just wanted to note the earlier issue here.

 

There were also a few Japanese games where the original list didn't specify (Translated En), but as one existed that's what I used for the capture.  The uploaded titles currently match the original list, but I can fix the titles and make note of them below if you'd like.

 

Below is the list of titles remaining (35 games):

8-in-1 (Asia) (Unl)
ATV Racing (Europe) (Unl)
Battle of Vietnam 2001, The (China) (Unl) (Translated En)
Dancing Furby (Japan)
Donkey Kong GB - Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong (Japan) (Translated En)
Doraemon Memories - Nobita no Omoide Daibouken (Japan)
Front Row (Japan)
Full Time Soccer (Europe) (Unl)
Game Boy Wars 3 (Japan) (Translated En)
Geheimnis der Happy Hippo-Insel, Das (Germany) (Translated En)
Grandia - Parallel Trippers (Japan) (Translated En)
Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz (Germany)
Hamster Club - Awasete Chuu (Japan)
Hanasaka Tenshi Tenten-kun no Beat Breaker (Japan)
Hang Time Basketball (Europe) (Unl)
Harry Potter & the Mystical Halo (China) (Hack) (Translated En)
Karate Joe (Europe) (Unl)
Kinniku Banzuke GB - Chousensha wa Kimida! (Japan)
Megami Tensei Gaiden - Last Bible II (Japan) (Translated En)
Nobunaga no Yabou - Game Boy Ban 2 (Japan) (Translated En)
Nushi Tsuri Adventure - Kite no Bouken (Japan) (Translated En)
Painter (Europe) (Unl)
Pocket Billiards - Funk the 9 Ball (Japan) (Translated En)
Pocket Puyo Puyo-n (Japan)
Pocket Smash Out (Europe) (Unl)
Pokemon Card GB2 - GR Dan Sanjou! (Japan) (Translated En)
Race Time (Europe) (Unl)
Resident Evil (USA) (Proto)
Space Invasion (Europe) (Unl)
Super Bombliss DX (Japan)
Super Chinese Fighter EX (Japan) (Translated En)
Sylvanian Melodies - Mori no Nakama to Odori Mashi! (Japan) (Translated En)
Visiteurs, Les (France)
Wizardry I - Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (Japan) (Translated En)
Wizardry II - Llylgamyn no Isan (Japan) (Translated En)

 

Most remaining are either games for which I need to track down the translation patch or unlicensed games that wouldn't run properly.  For the latter, I'll try the alternative Game Boy emulators mentioned earlier in the thread.  There's also a few where I need to recapture video for either the title or gameplay.

 

Finally, Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz (Germany) and Hamster Club - Awasete Chuu (Japan) don't seem to be playable for a native English speaker.  The former is a German trivia game while the latter is a pet raising simulation.  These titles might be worth reconsidering.

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Great work there! About the german game I left that one just for the sake of having a full Euro set, didn't really make sense to leave it incomplete just for a single game. Anyone that doesn't want it can simply delete the rom on their end.

Will need to check that Hamster Club game again, maybe it got added by mistake.

 

For the Unl games I suggest you try using GEST that's usually the best emulator to run those. PM me if you need help with the translated ones, no need for you to be wasting time tracking down patches when you could be spending that time doing videos instead ;)

 

Could you please explain what you meant by this:

"There were also a few Japanese games where the original list didn't specify (Translated En), but as one existed that's what I used for the capture."

 

Not sure if I understood it. You mean the videos are done without the translation patch applied?

 

Thanks for your work, keep it up!

 

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For the captures I've done, if the list specified that the game should be translated then I used the most up to date translated version.

 

Anyways, I think I was mistaken with my earlier comment.  What I initially meant was that there were a couple games with a fan translation available that weren't labelled as translated on the list.  One game that I was positive was translated, Samurai Kid, doesn't appear to have been.  In that case, I was probably thinking of Daiku no Gensan which is from the same developer, features very similar gameplay and you did have correctly labelled.  The only other that I can find now was Kettou Beast Wars, where the translation patch apparently did very very little so I 'm guessing was left off intentionally.  I did use the partially translated version of the game for the capture, but there shouldn't be any difference from the original version.

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Yep only fully finished (or very close to) translations are included, unfinished translations are always left out.

I think I didn't miss any, but if you come across anything missing please let me know.

 

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So I'm a doofus.  I'm not sure what game I was initially running, but Hamster Club - Awasete Chuu (Japan) is a falling-block puzzle game.  It's definitely playable without knowing any Japanese.

 

I've uploaded ~20 more, but it might be a while before I get to the rest.  I'll most likely need to install Windows to a spare hard drive as Gest appears to be Windows only.  The sixteen twelve remaining games are listed below though.

 

8-in-1 (Asia) (Unl)
ATV Racing (Europe) (Unl)
Battle of Vietnam 2001, The (China) (Unl) (Translated En)
Full Time Soccer (Europe) (Unl)
Geheimnis der Happy Hippo-Insel, Das (Germany) (Translated En)
Hang Time Basketball (Europe) (Unl)
Karate Joe (Europe) (Unl)
Nushi Tsuri Adventure - Kite no Bouken (Japan) (Translated En)
Painter (Europe) (Unl)
Pocket Smash Out (Europe) (Unl)
Race Time (Europe) (Unl)
Resident Evil (USA) (Proto)
Space Invasion (Europe) (Unl)
Super Bombliss DX (Japan)
Sylvanian Melodies - Mori no Nakama to Odori Mashi! (Japan) (Translated En)
Visiteurs, Les (France)

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Only 16 missing, that was a pretty good progress already. Nice work.

 

You probably selected one of the other Hamster games as there are quite a few on GBC alone, japanese and their Hamster games :)

 

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Why is it that I can't find the majority of for example his listed still missing videos for NES jap games in either my No-Intro or GoodSets?

Am I outta date? Or am I missing something?

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Maybe because I didn't list any missing videos for NES Jap? :)

 

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Maybe because I didn't list any missing videos for NES Jap? :)

 

My bad ;) I was referring to the NES listed games (Unl) (World)

 

I can only find around 5% of those games in either of those sets I mentioned above, the other ones are elusive?

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Yeah most of the unlicensed stuff isn't available in No-Intro sets.

 

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Yeah most of the unlicensed stuff isn't available in No-Intro sets.

 

But shouldn't I be able to find them in the GoodSets? Im confused, becasue I can't find them there also. I wanted to help a bit.

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Goodsets are pretty old for the most part so they wouldn't contain these since most of them are recent games.

If you want to help doing videos for them lmk and I'll hook you up.

 

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  • 2 months later...

The new TurboGrafx-16 video snap set is finished, with the added unlicensed games for a total of 96.

 

TurboGrafx-16

 

Reflectron (USA) (Unl)

Tongueman's Logic (USA) (Unl)

 

All old 30FPS video snaps have been replaced.

 

Now onto the missing NES games.

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Great work Riffman!

 

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I'm not sure if this needs an announcement or anything but I've uploaded a bunch of vids to FTP that need finalizing. Brolly hooked me up with contributor status (thanks again, dude). Check some of them if you like in my folder here.

 

Encoded with x264 lossless and PCM. Though x264 CRF looks about the same, since you always lose quality when converting to YUV 4.2.0 color space. Only "Keep input color space" retains perfect sharpness but isn't compatible with all hardware for playback.

 

Anyway, here's what I've done:

 

Started on the missing DS games list but I'm not sure how far along you guys are with these currently. I did a bunch including all the English translated games

All the missing playable and fixed Atari Jaguar games

All the missing Nintendo Famicom vids and fully playable English translated games

Some Gamecube games that were either missing or needed redoing

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I'm not sure if this needs an announcement or anything but I've uploaded a bunch of vids to FTP that need finalizing. Brolly hooked me up with contributor status (thanks again, dude). Check some of them if you like in my folder here.

 

Encoded with x264 lossless and PCM. Though x264 CRF looks about the same, since you always lose quality when converting to YUV 4.2.0 color space. Only "Keep input color space" retains perfect sharpness but isn't compatible with all hardware for playback.

 

Anyway, here's what I've done:

 

Started on the missing DS games list but I'm not sure how far along you guys are with these currently. I did a bunch including all the English translated games

All the missing playable and fixed Atari Jaguar games

All the missing Nintendo Famicom vids and fully playable English translated games

Some Gamecube games that were either missing or needed redoing

 

Nice work! I was going to start work on the Famicom games and the Nintendo GameCube games that needed a redo. I'm working on the missing NES games now and almost done with those.

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Nice to see some progress lately, great work guys.

 

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Finished off the Sega CD set. Only two games I couldn't record.

 

Flux - Audio Visual Experience (Europe) - I have no idea how to get this working, even tried out the Kega Fusion method I saw somewhere online. Don't even know why it's in the database for HS, not exactly a game anyway.

Fahrenheit (USA) (Disc 2) (32X) - all this does is ask for you to insert disc 1 lol

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For Flux you need to insert an audio CD. Check the Readme.txt file that comes Fusion it's all explained there.

 

The 32X version of Fahrenheit requires you to swap discs at beginning. To play the Sega CD version make sure you have 32x mode disabled in the options menu and boot disc 1, game should start without asking for disc 2.

To play the enhanced 32x version (which is at disc 2), enable 32x mode in the options and then boot with disc 1 and it will ask you to swap to disc 2 and again to disc 1 do that a couple of times and the game will eventually start.

Actually if you are going to do the video you might as well do both versions, as I'm not 100% sure if the current video is for the enhanced version or not.

I also think you need the v1 bios for the disc swap to work properly.

 

There is a method to avoid all this that involves hex editing the iso and you'll be able to boot from disc 2 directly. I'm not sure if I ever got around doing that, don't think so.

 

Thanks for the missing videos, nice work.

 

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Tried for about an hour on Flux, can't get it to work. It will play the audio of a music CD I made a bin/cue of but it just sits on the Sega logo and doesn't boot into game. I followed all instructions for Fusion and Googled what little I could find. In RetroArch with gen plus gx core, it actually loads into the game but you can't swap to an audio disc or do much of anything. lol argh. Someone else will have to do it, I give up.

 

I got Fahrenheit to work properly though. The vid that was made here is actually the 32x enhanced version but I redid both discs anyhow because the quality looked muddy. Both uploaded to FTP.

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Thanks, I'll give Flux a try and see if I can get it running.

 

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Finished the remaining PC Engine games.

 

Jaseikin Necromancer (Japan) (Translated En) should have the 'translated en' tag removed. Very little is actually translated with the latest patch, just some menu names. None of the dialogue or anything has been done that you need to play through it. I had to guess my way out of just the opening town lol.

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