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Resolved Incorrect Depth Order in DQ5
#1
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This has been happening last month after I tried to download PCSX 1.3.1 from the bot-build site. So would like to let the team know that DQ5 is drawing depth incorrectly.

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#2
It was always broken on Opengl. Are you using Directx?
#3
Yes. Using Direct9 Hardware (Native Resolution)
MTVU and Fast CDVD enabled
#4
With a recent driver it must work with openGL too.
#5
So older versions show correct depth order?
#6
I Just tried it on the latest build from here:

http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2/index.php

It works perfectly on all renderers with default settings.

Quote:So older versions show correct depth order?

Yes, on dx and software, Opengl had some problems in older builds. It works well now.
#7
Great Smile

Note: openGL requires a driver that support ARB_clip_control. You will be fine if you have a DX11-class GPU (or the open source driver....)
#8
Forgot to tell I'm using [pcsx2-v1.3.1-530-g62beb3a-windows-x86].

The result is okay for DirectX11 (Hardware)
The problem is no BGM at all. Only SFX works. (Tried XAudio, DirectSound)
[Image: 2015-06-17%2019%2001%2039_zpsb3zwjoqw.jpg]

For OpenGL, it gives me a blank white screen.
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Saying this :
[Image: 2015-06-17%2019%2018%2029_zps9gclime7.jpg]

Also, DirectX 11 shows some unusual 3D drawing like this :
[Image: 2015-06-17%2019%2007%2032_zpsghxl2gfw.jpg]
idk, it looks very different from DX9, I see the jagged on every lights.
But this picture is another game, maybe I should start a new thread with it ?
#9
Sorry openGL requires a real GPU driver... The open source driver is miles ahead of the Intel proprietary driver. You have a white screen because it failed to compile the GLSL shader.
#10
The intel driver is not a real driver? I thought nowadays the iGPU isn't that bad.... Or is there only a lack of OGL support?




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