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Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
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Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
Hi, first time posting!

I'm having issues running FFX. I've got it running at 100% (ish - to the point where it's at least playable) but when battling, the attacks all seem to be in slow motion. There's no drop in FPS, it still appears to be running at full speed. It also happens right after the first battle when Tidus and Auron run off - appear to run in slow motion. Can't see how this'd be an FPS issue, unless there's also an issue with how the program displays FPS?

I'm running the latest beta client (r1888) on my laptop. Specs are 1536MB RAM, Intel Core 2 CPU (T7200 @ 2.00GHz), Mobility Radeon X1600 running latest standard Radeon drivers via Mobility Modder.

Another minor issue I've been having is that there appears to be horizontal lines on the screen. Where these lines are, the image appears to be slightly displaced? I don't really know how else to describe it, but it's only a minor issue.
(This post was last modified: 03-18-2010 08:00 PM by GeoH2102.)
03-18-2010 07:59 PM
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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
about those horizontal lines, cycle through interlace modes (F5 key) to solve it

About the fps issue, I'm affraid your cpu's a bit weak for pcsx2
Make sure you're using latest pcsx2 public beta with latest plugins pack & tick nativ res in gsdx options.

Some speedhacks may help too

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03-18-2010 08:31 PM
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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
I've got all the speedhacks on, native is ticked. Is it purely a CPU issue then? I'd have thought that'd have dropped the framerate rather than the animations?
03-18-2010 09:27 PM
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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
(03-18-2010 09:27 PM)GeoH2102 Wrote:  I've got all the speedhacks on

This might be your problem, speedhacks are known for breaking things, x2 cycle rate and vu cycle stealing are specially known to cause fake FPS. Try lowering them down.

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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
Turn off vu cycle stealing and lower the cycle rate down to 1,5.

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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
Have you tried setting "Round Mode" to "Nearest" in "Advanced"? I think it says something about that possibly fixing games hanging due to EE hacks...

EDIT: By "it", I mean the "Help" on the right.
(This post was last modified: 03-19-2010 05:48 AM by Rezard.)
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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
Your GPU seems too weak. That's why u must use the certain configuration like the others mention above.

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RE: Final Fantasy X Slow Motion?
Sorted it, switching the Cycle rate down to 1.5 seems to have done the job Smile Not quite running at 100%, but 95% is perfectly playable!
03-19-2010 07:44 PM
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