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Streaming question/issue
#1
Hey guys,

Lately if been playing zelda on a GC Emu. And been streaming that with other PC games i play, Just for fun and give people an insight how the gameplay is.

Now i've got my controller so i wanted to start my FFX-2 adventure. The only problem is, when i start FFX-2 i start of by pressing F9 Twice so its all smooth and runs good, But after that my stream just stops broadcasting.

Anyone had/known any similiar issues?

I'm using the latest version of pcsx2 and procaster to stream.
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#2
F9 switches from hardware renderer to software renderer in GSdx. By pressing it you are resetting the device so I guess your streaming program loses it...you will probably not be able to toggle HW/SW mode while keeping the feed working, so either start with HW renderer and keep using it or vice versa
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(02-05-2012, 07:43 PM)Bositman Wrote: F9 switches from hardware renderer to software renderer in GSdx. By pressing it you are resetting the device so I guess your streaming program loses it...you will probably not be able to toggle HW/SW mode while keeping the feed working, so either start with HW renderer and keep using it or vice versa

Well the problem is. If i press f9 twice, And then start up my procaster, the pcsx2 has resetted his render thingy i guess, And i need to press f9 twice again, Happens every time i alt+tab, Is that what you mean? Is there any way to make it permanent? untill i reset the emulator.



Thank you:3


EDIT -

Seems procaster doesnt recognize the game in Software mode hmm...
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#4
Pressing F9 twice, means u switch from Software Rendering to Hardware Rendering again, so u don't need to do that, since the Emulator runs on HW Rendering standard Smile Only thing where u might need to run SW Rendering is while the Cutscenes are up (With Final Fantasy X-2) or only if u have a very strong computer u might be able to run it in Hardware Rendering if I'm not mistaken.
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(02-06-2012, 12:58 AM)StriFe79 Wrote: Pressing F9 twice, means u switch from Software Rendering to Hardware Rendering again, so u don't need to do that, since the Emulator runs on HW Rendering standard Smile Only thing where u might need to run SW Rendering is while the Cutscenes are up (With Final Fantasy X-2) or only if u have a very strong computer u might be able to run it in Hardware Rendering if I'm not mistaken.

If i run it in hardware rendering i have a big black line diagonal Might be gone once i start it up, I'll try that thanks guysSmile
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