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No not at first as you said "you can clearly see the problem" in a post above and you never said anything about sound issues in your original post. However I did just try it and maybe noticed some sound issues at the beginning when crash was getting extra lives but was hard tell with so many other sounds happening at the same time. If I wasn't listening for it not sure I would have noticed. In any case perhaps none of this will even matter as it sounds like Circo will be updating the files soon anyways so maybe hang out for that and hopefully all will be well then. I wish you luck tbm
That's just it. I just viewed your link and it played perfectly for me so I like said you may want to try updating codec's, change video players in your settings or possibly update your video card driver. I am just trying to find a possible solution for you.
I have not noticed any stuttering of my Launch Box Gamecube videos. You may want to try changing the video player in the option sections to see if that makes a difference and if hat does not work then like Shroud said I believe the Codecs may be the culprit
I believe Launchbox allows you to choose what viewer open PDF game manuals and I cant seem to find one that just opens up the manual quickly and without any nag or into screens. Does anyone have any suggestions for a program that can just quickly pop up the manual?
Looks to me like most of the control layouts I have seen in this post are for fighting type games. I have been building MAME type cabinets for some 20 years now about a dozen or so and back then there really wasnt much info on control layouts so I basically just went with my own design. A couple years back I was given two professionally built arcade cabinets one standard type with 2 player, spinner, trackball, extra 4 way joystick and one with dual racing wheels flight stick, spinner and peddles . He was moving and the computers emulating the games was no longer working properly and with 40 inch standard tube type tv 's in them they were quite heavy to move so he gave them to me. I have since shaved about a foot off the back depth and added new controls, computers and monitors. To get back on point the one thing I noticed about this similar fighting control style layout is that compared to my older cabinets the buttons are much closer together which I suppose is ideal for fighting type games but when I was playing a games like track and field made it much more difficult. I kept hitting the jump/throw button while running. I do not play that many fighting type games so this layout is not idea and I may change(spread apart the buttons) down the road. Anyways those building new cabs and configuring your controller layout may want to take this into consideration.