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Final Fantasy 12 Pal CGI bug
#1
Hello,

I'am using

PCSX2 0.9.8 (r4600)
Nvidea Geforce 9500 GT
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93 GHz
Windows 7

And i have a big problem with the Final Fantasy 12 (Pal) Cutscenes! You can see it in the Attachment as well my plugin settings Wink

Thanks for the help !


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#2
I believe this is fixed by checking "native" resolution for the CGI cutscenes. I'll check into it for you.
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#3
i didn't have a problem use DX10/11 if you can
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#4
@MyDreamName

I've tried it and it worked thank you !
But now i have got a new problem you can see it in the attachment.
The first screen is without native and the second one with native.

@abdo123

With DX10 its the same problem. How can i use DX11 ?


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Huh; that's really weird. Does that effect stay if you save at the teleport/save crystal over there and restart PCSX2 and load up the file?
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#6
Yes it stays Sad
Is the custom resolution to high with 1920 x 1080 ?
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#7
Any resolution should be fine. The CGI cutscenes are the problem. Since they are prerendered, there is no possible way to upscale the movies.

I've never seen that graphic error before. Does it only happen when you're in the 3D world? In menus? Does it happen in other games?
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#8
The native bug is only in the 3D world and the menu is fine Wink
I have no other ps2 games on my pc.
Maybe i should try another GS plugin?
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#9
Honestly - I don't know what's causing that bug.

Hopefully someone can shed some light for you in this thread, but here are my recommendations then:

Run the game at the resolution you want, and then just apply native resolution whenever a CGI cutscene comes up.
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(08-13-2011, 10:38 PM)Landlieber Wrote: But now i have got a new problem you can see it in the attachment.
The first screen is without native and the second one with native.

Just keep your normal resolution and switch to software mode only when the FMVs show (F9 while playing).

Quote:With DX10 its the same problem. How can i use DX11 ?

Getting a DX11 card, yours is only DX10.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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