Clutz450

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  1. Damn. Looks like I'm going to have to buy another hard drive now. Lol. Another quick question for you though since I have your attention. Like I said before I use Hypersync for Hyperspin media and Launchbox for Launchbox media which both automatically download everything for me. Is there any kind of program that will do the same for the rocket launcher media? I haven't tried your EmuMovies Sync program yet. Is the answer I am looking for possibly in there? Or is this more of a question for the rocketlauncher forums? Thanks.
  2. Right now I am trying to set up both HyperSpin and Launchbox. Then once I get those done I want to try and get RocketLauncher all set up with Pause and it's associated media. Here is what I am seeing right now. HyperSpin, Launchbox and RocketLauncher all have their own media folder in their installations. I have a lifetime subscription here and have used HyperSync to download media for HyperSpin and Launchbox to download media for Launchbox. But now I have media in 2 places that's taking up a lot of space and I'm assuming a lot if not all of the media I have is duplicates. So what I wanted to know is if there is some kind of standard with the media? Like I think my collection of ROMs is as perfect as it's going to get and I shouldn't have to add, delete, rename or change them anymore. So I was wondering if I could just use some program (possibly EmuMovies Sync) scan all my ROMs and download every piece of media there is for each ROM so that all I have to do from that point on is point each frontend to that one media folder and just have everything work. Is that possible? Or are there too many differences between all the frontends that a setup like that wouldn't work? Thanks.
  3. After hearing about the movie night and the ability to watch a movie on someone's computer and chat about it, it gave me this idea. I was wondering what you all thought about it. Since you can broad cast through that chat room, what about maybe once a week or so we can do a live help the newbie session. Meaning that one person who is in need of help setting there stuff up could broadcast their desktop while other members help them out with the set up. And then other newbies that are watching can learn from watching someone else set up their computer. I know that would help a lot of people out especially me. I spent a long time searching all over the internet and forums looking for a good tutorial that I can understand and follow on how to use clrmamepro. I finally figured it out but had I had some live help guiding me through the process and me being able to ask questions along the way rather than posting my questions in forums and waiting for a helpful answer, it would have saved me a lot of time. I wouldn't mind showing off what I know (which isn't much right now) to help others out. So what do you think?
  4. I noticed on the FTP that the MAME set for HyperSpin is for MAME v.136. I just updated my roms and ran the v.137 dat file through clrmamepro. Will that cause any problems? Should I change my roms back to v.136? Now that there is a v.137 of MAME, will the videos be updated for that? Also, I just recently learned how to use clrmamepro. I noticed when loading a dat file for the first time it askes me a few questions about merging or splitting certain roms and also asks me about nodumps. What exactly is it asking and why? I just answered yes to everything that popped up. Is that the right thing to do? Does it make any difference as to how the rom names match up with the video names? Thanks.
  5. You have to click on subscriptions and donate some money to get access to the FTP. Once you do that and send a message to Circo, he will send you a message back with a username and password and tell you how to access the FTP.