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Can I Do This?
#1
Prolly not but it never hurts to ask.
So, my Ps2 discs are all NTSC-USA.
I noticed that they all run at about 50 FPS on my craptop.
That means they are running at 50/59.94 speed (or about 83% speed)
I was wondering....
is it possible to "force" PAL onto them, meaning they would run full speed at 50 FPS?
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#2
not a chance.
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#3
(10-18-2011, 08:44 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: not a chance.
lol at me
but if i had PAL games they would run at 50 FPS and full speed on PCSX2, right?
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#4
Depends on the game. Some games will do as you say and be 50/50fps and run full speed, others would be running at 42/50fps instead and others be running at 50/50 but everything moving slower (like if it was 50/60FPS still), some others will even be stretched instead giving you fat chars compared to the NTSC version.
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#5
as Shadow Lady said, some PAL games still generate the same amount of timing operations and so if you can't keep 60/60 then you might not keep 50/50 either.
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#6
(10-18-2011, 09:38 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: as Shadow Lady said, some PAL games still generate the same amount of timing operations and so if you can't keep 60/60 then you might not keep 50/50 either.
Thanks for the info.
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#7
You can always try. Google the web for some NTSC to PAL patcher and how to use it.
Don't expect awesome results though Tongue2
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#8
(10-18-2011, 09:47 AM)rama Wrote: You can always try. Google the web for some NTSC to PAL patcher and how to use it.
Don't expect awesome results though Tongue2

Lol, this worked for a few games.
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