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Bright white flickering in Tales of the Abyss
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I was playing Tales of the Abyss, and it worked perfectly for the first 20 minutes or so. But once I reached the first area outside of the manor, bright lights appeared, and lagged the game significantly, going from 60fps to around 40fps. [Image: oh9JK6i.jpg]
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Sorry for massive pics.

Later on, it took over the whole screen, at some river or waterfall scene. This tanked it down to 16fps.

UPDATE: From a recent screenshot in the first town, it appears that some textures are rapidly growing in size as they move. In this case, it is a leaf and smoke. In the previous cases, it could be a firefly or something. I have no clue how to fix that.
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No speedhacks, except the recommended ones.
Fixed GDSX plugin for the ghosting glitch.
If it means anything, this is the UNDUB version, though the same thing happened in the english one too.
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#2
What does fixed gsdx plugin mean?

What are EE% and GS% values during slowdown?
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#3
(07-01-2015, 11:21 AM)willkuer Wrote: What does fixed gsdx plugin mean?

What are EE% and GS% values during slowdown?

The fixed GDSX was a plugin that fixed a graphic issue that caused a 'ghost' of the image to appear. t fixed it with some pixel offset or something.

EE% fluctuated between 10 and 30%. The GS% fluctuated between 0% and 15%.
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#4
It depends on which plugin version he used.

There's the old outdated plugin (and only SSE2), and there's the newer ones that I released based on newer GSdx versions.

Either way, I know for sure it isn't caused by that, because I never experienced such a thing, nor did other people that used it. The only thing it causes is a minor 1px border on the left and top side of the screen.
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#5
I'm having an issue similar to the growing textures except for me it's a second layer of the entire game zoomed in very close and semi-transparent overlapping the regular game. 
It's similar to ghosting but much larger. 

I haven't found any fix for it either but I know this issue did not exist in earlier builds so I don't think it's just your computer having these sort of issues.

EDIT: for reference, I'm using the latest 1.3.1 build.
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#6
That might be related to the issue I'm having with the patch to fix ghosting, which isn't working anymore in new GSdx builds. Possibly a regression of some sorts in general. Needs further testing to be sure though.
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(08-05-2015, 09:56 PM)Ryudo Wrote: That might be related to the issue I'm having with the patch to fix ghosting, which isn't working anymore in new GSdx builds. Possibly a regression of some sorts in general. Needs further testing to be sure though.

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Here's a screenshot so you can see what I mean. You can see on the right side the blonde haired NPC is blown up and semi transparent. It's very different than the typical ghosting effect. I'm also using skipdraw 1 so there should be no way for any ghosting to occur. 

Anyway, not sure if this is exactly related to OP's issue, but it sounds a little similar. It wasn't an issue until I switched from 1.2.1 to 1.3.1. What build of PCSX2 are you using OP?
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#8
Dx11 or OpenGL? Any difference between these?
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