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By Circo

Sony PlayStation 2 Game Manuals Updated (v.1.2)

We have a nice update to the Sony PlayStation 2 Game Manuals Pack.  Thanks to members @FillerFillerNoMi, @Holy_Lightning & @amberdawnn30 there are now 28 more manuals in the collection.
Version 1.2
Added 28 Manuals @FillerFillerNoMi @Holy_Lightning @amberdawnn30
By Circo

Nintendo Wii U Video Snaps Updated (v.1.1)

Version 1.1 of the Nintendo Wii U video snaps collection has been released.  Huge thanks to @avaris for submitting these to EmuMovies.  This update adds or replaces 22 video snaps for the system.  The full set of videos now clocks in at 197 in total.  
Version 1.1
Added/Replaced 22 Videos @avaris Details:
Update your videos today
EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View all our updates on the EmuMovies Files Feed   (We only post a handful in the news feed) Follow EmuMovies on Facebook Join EmuMovies on Discord  
By Circo

Sega Saturn Video Snaps Updated (v.1.9)

Version 1.9 of the EmuMovies Sega Saturn video snaps collection has been released.  This update is because I was stuck in bed for months this year and felt that the video snaps for Sega Saturn could use some love since the emulation has improved a lot.  This led to me passing the time away revisiting the Saturn on my laptop.  This is not a full redo but more will come.  This update adds or replaces 704 video snaps for the system.  I'm hoping to get a 1 for 1 different videos for each title in the redump database.  More details after the preview.
Version 1.9
Added/Replaced 704 Videos
Captures, Edits & Encoding @Circo Details:
Update your videos today
EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View all our updates on the EmuMovies Files Feed   (We only post a handful in the news feed) Follow EmuMovies on Facebook Join EmuMovies on Discord  
By Circo

Nintendo Game Boy Color Video Snaps Updated (v.2.4)

Version 2.4 of the EmuMovies Nintendo Game Boy Color video snaps collection has been released.  This minor update adds or replaces 4 video snaps.  This update brings us to 698 video snaps for the Nintendo Game Boy Color in total.  Big thanks to Avaris & Audi88 for the submissions. Details after the preview:
Version 2.4
Added/Replaced 4 Videos
Captures & Edits @avaris, @Audi85 Details:
Update your videos today
EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View all our updates on the EmuMovies Files Feed   (We only post a handful in the news feed) Follow EmuMovies on Facebook Join EmuMovies on Discord  
By Circo

Nintendo Game Boy Video Snaps Updated (v.2.5)

Version 2.5 of the EmuMovies Nintendo Game Boy video snaps collection has been released.  This update adds or replaces 7 video snaps.  This update brings us to 883 video snaps for the Nintendo Game Boy in total.  Big thanks to Avaris & Audi88 for the submissions. Details after the preview:
Version 2.5
Added/Replaced 7 Videos
Captures & Edits @avaris, @Audi85 Details:
Update your videos today
EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View all our updates on the EmuMovies Files Feed   (We only post a handful in the news feed) Follow EmuMovies on Facebook Join EmuMovies on Discord  

  • Sega ST-V Video Snaps Released

    Since HyperList had a Database for Sega ST-V I went ahead and re-did all of the videos from that set using MAME. I also created a specific System Intro video for the set. The video snaps created for this set will also be included in the next MAME video snap update. Below is the System Intro video that I made for the collection.

    Sega ST-V Download Section

    Cave Video Snaps Released

    With all of the excitement over the new Cave shooters that were added then removed (and then added back on the sly) from MAME interest was expressed in doing just a Cave system. So I redid all the videos (MAME was updated as well) and also made a system intro video for the system. Game and Title snaps have been added as well. The set is available on our FTP and in the download section.

    Cave Download Area

    Automated Download Service Upgrades and Updates

    Publish Date: 10/10/2011
    I am happy to announce some upgrades to our Automated Download Service Server and Content.
    We have recently been receiving reports from outside the US, primarily the UK, that the download speed of the service was in the 100k - 200k range while speeds from our FTP file server were usually above 1 mb/s. With the growing popularity of the service this was decided to be unacceptable. As of today we have added a new server with a direct network connection to Europe. This should effectively increase the download speed by a factor of 10 in areas such as the UK. In addition to the network and bandwidth improvements the opportunity was taken to roughly double the processing power of the server. This should lead to much quicker operation of the service as well, since matching and processing of the media happens on the server.
    The following systems have recently had media replaced, added, or updated:
    Action Max
    Adventure Vision
    American Laser Games
    Amstrad GX 4000
    Atari 2600
    Atari 5200
    Atari 7800
    Atari Lynx
    Atari Jaguar
    Bally Astrocade
    Bandai Wonderswan
    Commodore Amiga CD32
    Emerson Arcadia
    Fairchild Channel F
    Future Pinball
    Interton VC-4000
    Magnavox Odyssey 2
    Mattel Intellivision
    Mega Duck
    Microsoft MSX
    Microsoft MSX 2
    NEC PC Engine
    NEC PC Engine CD
    NEC Turbo Grafx
    Nintendo Famicom Disk System
    Nintendo NES
    Nintendo Virtual Boy
    Nintendo Super Nintendo
    Nintendo Gameboy Advance
    Sammy Atomiswave
    Sega SG-1000
    Sega Master System
    Sega CD
    Sega 32X
    Sega Saturn
    SNK Neo-Geo CD
    Sony Playstation
    Taito Type X
    Taito Type X2
    Texas Instruments TI-99/4A
    Touhou Project
    V-Tech Creativision
    Any feedback on the download service upgrades or set updates are greatly appreciated. Please let us know what you think in the comments section.

    GameEx Theme Competition

    Publish Date: 08/06/2011
    This year, some of the GameEx staff decided that it would be cool to put together a theme competition to spark some interest in theme creation. It's still in it's infancy, but it would be good to get the ball rolling in case anyone here would like to enter.


    .:THE PRIZES:.

    1st prize:

    $100 from EmuMovies $100 Gift Card for Amazon from GameEx/Spesoft 2 UltraStik 360s with Restrictor Kits courtesy of Ultimarc 1 iPac 2 courtesy of Ultimarc 1 Lifetime License of GameEx 1 Lifetime Membership to EmuMovies
    2nd prize:

    1 X-Arcade Dual Joystick from X-Gaming $50 Gift Card for Amazon from the GameEx Team 1 Year License of GameEx 1 Year Membership to EmuMovies
    3rd Prize:

    1 LED-Wiz USB Lighting and Output Controller courtesy of Groovy Game Gear 1 copy of the book Project Arcade: Build Your Own Arcade Machine autographed by the author John St. Clair courtesy of ArcadeControls.com 1 Year License of GameEx 1 Month Membership to EmuMovies
    4th Prize:

    1 Full Version of Xpadder with Lifetime Updates 1 Wired XBOX 360 controller courtesy of the GameEx Staff 1 Year License of GameEx
    More prizes may be added, it really depends on the number of entries we get.

    .:THE RULES:.

    You can submit as many themes as you like, but only one prize per author will be awarded. The entries will be judged by the GameEx staff on accessibility, overall design, and integrated features/placement.
    Judging will be done by myself, Tom Spiers, Headkaze, Frequency, and Circo. Theme user feedback will also be taken into consideration by the judges. Your theme must be a new theme, not a rehash of an existing theme. Your entry can be submitted anytime between June, 2011 and June, of 2012. Prizes will be awarded on July 15th, 2012.


    Please submit your themes to the submission thread located here. This topic will be updated with all theme submissions, and the previously mentioned thread will be the place for users to comment on the entry or offer suggestions. If you make any changes to your theme, please PM me so I can make the adjustments in the contest thread. All submissions will be considered final on June 30th, 2012, so you may make as many changes and/or updates to your submission before then.
    When you are ready to submit your theme, please follow these guidelines:

    Fill in the ENTRY POST worksheet located below. (Copy & Paste the sheet into your post and fill in the blanks). Add either 3 snapshots of your theme, or a YouTube video of your theme, to the post. Upload your theme to GameEx directly, or to a public download site such as MediaFire or MegaUpload. (Please, no RapidShare links!)
    Easy right?
    If you have questions, feel free to post them here. I will be updating this topic as need arises. Of course, the rules and prizes may be changed periodically without notice. Any changes will be made in writing, and an update will be posted in the submissions thread.
    Happy themeing everyone!
    -GameEx Staff

    Theme Title: _______________________________
    Theme Type: _______________________________
    Theme Version: _______________________________
    Theme Resolution: _______________________________

    [snap1] [snap2] [snap3] -or- [YouTube Video]
    Theme Description: ______________________________
    Theme Features: ______________________________

    Date Submitted: _______________________________
    Download URL: _______________________________ (No RapidShare Links Please!!!)
    Download Size: _______________________________
    Additional Notes: _______________________________

    AAE Sets Updated

    The AAE (Another Arcade Emulator) Collection has been updated.
    Artwork Changes:
    Audited to HyperList 1.0
    Clrmamepro Dat files included
    Video Changes:
    Re-Encoded from Masters to x264/AAC
    Audited to HyperList 1.0
    Normalized Audio with AAC Gain
    Clrmamepro Dat files included

    Artwork Set List:

    AAE Arcade Cabinets
    AAE Arcade Marquees
    AAE Control Panels
    AAE Game Manuals
    AAE Game Snaps
    AAE PC Boards
    AAE Promotional Flyers
    AAE Title Snaps

    Video Set List:

    AAE Video Snaps
    AAE System Intro Videos

    Preparing to say goodbye to AVI, and that is just the tip of the iceberg!

    Publish Date: 06/23/2011
    To those that follow the forums closely, you may have caught wind of this already.... EmuMovies is in the process of switching to a new encoding process, in the end that means that our AVI video sets will soon fade away and new MP4 sets (and in turn completely new FLV sets) will be taking their place. The reason why is simple and there is mainly 2 of them.
    #1 - File size reduction between 50-70% across the board.
    #2 - Increased quality (especially the FLV sets)
    In addition as I am finalizing these sets I am ensuring that at a minimum they are 100% compliant with the HyperList naming convention (when applicable). For those of you that are not aware let me take a brief moment to explain what the HyperList naming convention is. For the most part, again when it is applicable, the HyperList naming convention is the same as No-Intro. However, no-intro is in the habit of changing it's naming convention sporadically. These small changes would require the file names on over 50,000 videos to be constantly monitored. The goal of the HyperList team is mainly two fold:
    #1 - Have a consistent naming standard for roms and artwork that is static ensuring the greatest compatibility across time and platforms.
    #2 - Give us a filtered "minted" list of all English playable games for any given system.
    What the team did was first put together a complete list of USA released games. Then add in any other "Mostly European" games that do not have a USA counterpart. This is more difficult than it seems as in many cases the European game will have a completely different name than the USA game. What we are left with is an extremely complete and usable set. Please if you have any questions or coments on moving over to this naming convention let us know.
    I would think at this point most of you would say that's a pretty good update, and I would agree, but I am not stopping there. No Sir!
    In addition to all of this, ALL sets are having their audio normalized properly. The first go at this led to some pretty loud videos. Ok, that's not really doing it justice, EXTREMELY LOUD VIDEOS. EmuMovies member NoLogic (our resident scripting and software developer) has been working with me non stop to develop better tools for audio normalization (in addition to editing and encoding optimizations).
    Most of my efforts this year have been to really finalize these video sets and get out the best possible product that we could. Over the last five years the quality and content of the sets have been improved upon again and again. That meant that in most cases the newer sets was much more polished than the older sets. The newer sets have a fade in a transition between the game and title and a fade out. There are also much stricter standards on what is included in one of our game videos. Each set is getting the star treatment before being re-released. All videos have been painstakingly re-edited from the masters and in many cases completely redone. The goal being that we have a much more consistent quality product for our members.
    EmuMovies usually ends up having a major back end hardware upgrade once or twice a year. The growth rate of this site has been staggering at times and it has caused quite a few headaches for me and some members of the team, but they have been the good kind of headaches (those our the kind of problems that websites want). Last year saw us upgrade servers and bandwidth on three separate occasions, and that is not near as fun as it sounds. Well luckily it seems like we are going to be good for awhile as the last server we moved to would be considered overkill by most. But there is a needed upgrade and right now it's delaying me getting all this content up. The time has come to upgrade to a commercial class internet connection here at EmuMovies HQ so I can handle the bandwidth necessary to get all of this new content up on our servers. (Yes we have more than one ) This is being installed early next week and it should speed things up nicely.
    I'll be honest, I started with the easiest stuff and am now getting to the hard stuff. Here is a list of what's complete and ready to go up.
    AMSTRAD GX4000
    ATARI 5200
    ATARI 7800
    SEGA 32X
    SEGA SG-1000
    SEGA SC-3000
    ALSO WORKING ON (The Short List)
    That being said, a big thank you goes out to our content contributors. We have quite a few members helping with missing videos and uploading to the WIP area of our FTP. That is helping me tremendously is getting these final sets out to you at a fast pace. If anyone would like to help contribute videos to the project please review our 2011 Video Submission Guide. Any sizable content contributions also result in that member being promoted to content contributor status which equates to full lifetime access to all areas of the site, elevated and bragable status, and access to tools and areas of the site not available to the general public. You want to be cool right?
    So that's it in a nutshell, there have been a few minor site updates, including this project blog. I will continue to post frequent updates here and hopefully our other content contributors will follow suit.
    Important Links:
    2011 Video Submission Guide
    HyperList Site

    MAME .144 Updates

    The big MAME update continues, I have added, replaced or updated 791 videos for the MAME .144 video snap collection. They are now available on the FTP and Download Service. For a full list of the changes please view the attached list.

    Brand New Sega CD Video Snaps Released

    After weeks of work the new Sega CD video snap set is released. This set has been begging for a redo for years as it was one of the original sets released when EmuMovies was new, and I had no idea what I was doing. Thanks to Mobaholic for coming over each week to play these games. Had a lot of fun doing it but yet still glad its over. (I'm not a huge fan of sega cd to say the least
    The new set includes 176 new videos.
    The 240 set is available via our downloads section and the 480p videos are located on our FTP and Download service.
    Keep on reading for some before and after videos and the download link:
    Original Set:
    New Set:
    Sega CD Download Section Entry
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