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Fromlostdays last won the day on July 4 2017

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  1. Windows 10. I had to buy a Bluetooth dongle, little insignia, could very well have been the source of the trouble, but when I googled it seemed like a lot of people with different hardware were having it Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  2. Xbox 1 elite. I really like the ds4 but my computers in the living room on the big screen and I have disconnect/latency issues with it. My actual favorite controller currently is the switch pro controller, but no xinput Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  3. In hyperspin the only way I know how to do it is to create the database yourself, there are programs, dons hyperspin tools, that can help, but essentially you would create a new system called "Mario" or something then an xml with all the mario entries, then using rocketlauncher tell hs which emulator to launch each game with. It's not easy and might be missing some art, but it's not impossible. Another possible option is there used to be a third party app called Hypersearch which would generate those lists on the fly (not create a wheel). Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  4. And to you brother. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  5. For art your best best is to use the lb database as well as subscribing to emumovies. Not everything has art, but a lot does. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  6. Retroarch Shader Presets View File Shader Presets for: Nintendo 64 Sega Genesis Sony Playstation Super Nintendo Entertainment System Put these in Shaders folder then Load Preset Submitter Fromlostdays Submitted 10/01/2015 Category Resources  
  7. I can't vote because as was mentioned, HyperSpin and LaunchBox serve somewhat different purposes and I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite. I have them launching each other. I love my HyperSpin build, and the work the community members put in to it is unparalleled. The customization is pretty limitless. But I actually USE launchbox much more frequently. It's much easier to keep up to date, especially with new PC games. The community is smaller, but no less dedicated, and the dev is really active. He's almost as active as DJVJ on RL, which I have to imagine is not easy. Answered a few of my questions himself. BigBox is pretty flawless for HTPC. They both work with RocketLauncher, and so...yeah, sorry, can't choose.
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    Shader Presets for: Nintendo 64 Sega Genesis Sony Playstation Super Nintendo Entertainment System Put these in Shaders folder then Load Preset
  9. The only system I feel confident about, because I spent time testing each emulator, is SNES. I was having what I now know is a refresh rate problem, and while many emulators have the V sync option, I still got that unbearable screen tear. Thread on Hyperspin: here. I found a way to eliminate the tear through catalyst control, but I also tried Mednafen as suggested and I never looked back. Mednafen didn't require any additional work, it just naturally eliminated the tear. I was so impressed with it that I got rid of Fusion even though I never had any problems with it and I use mednafen for every system it will emulate. IMO best looking options snes.pixshader autoipsharper, snes.special supereagle, stretch aspect But I'm not one to try and make a system look like it used to. Theres no module support for mame plus, but otherwise I'd use that for the shaders. Even if I could get away with using one of the other modules, I have yet to take the time to learn how to compile the cave no nag hi score stuff, so that's going to have to wait. I'd have to say that everything else I use is pretty standard. Personally, the best part about the new hyperlaunch is that you have a list of emulators, all you have to do is download one, set the path to it in global, and then you can change the system default back and forth between emulators for instant tests. As part of my setup I started "collecting" emulators for just this purpose, and eventually I'll be able to answer your question better, but for now, I can't say enough good things about mednafen. Walter.
  10. Took me one evening to get it 90 percent from a fresh install. Just merged the media and database folders from my old setup. Essentially, the only time consuming part was changing paths (I opted to update all my emulator folders with their version number). Hyperlaunch 3.0 is so easy to set up its almost irritating. Thankfully, I can now spend days, weeks, and months tweaking the bazillion settings to my absolute liking. Just remember to use global emulators and not system emulators whenever possible (which it pretty much always is). Step 1: Install Step 2: Change path for global emulator to your emulator exe Step 3: In your system options set emulator as default Step 4: Update rompath Step 5: Enjoy.
  11. Having a complete retro gaming rig set up before the world collapses.

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