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Valkyrie Profile 2 - Silmeria issues
#1
so the cut-scenes are out of sync i hear the audio way after the event happens but that's only in the cinematic cut-scenes, ingame cut-scenes have these weird stripes all over them like in the pictures.

these are my specs:
Intel® Core™ i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
12 GB rams
Geforce GTX 770 2GB

also am not using any speed hacks or anything mostly everything is default but i get steady 50 fps on it and for some reason the cinematics seems to be a little jittery like it's skipping a frame or two if that means anything.

any help would be welcome


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#2
tried pressing f9
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#3
Press F9 while running to enable software mode and see if it fix the stripes.
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#4
i just did and the stripes are gone but the fps goes down to around 40 so not a solution, anyway to fix it without pressing F9?
and the CG cinematic is still out of sync when i press F9
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#5
set extra rendering threads in the gsdx config and use some speedhacks.
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#6
it's already set to 4 threads and i dislike using software mode.
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#7
For audio problems set synchronizing to async mix in SPU settings.
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#8
(08-25-2014, 07:20 PM)KeyToTruth12 Wrote: For audio problems set synchronizing to async mix in SPU settings.

just tried that and it doesn't help with cinematic video still out of sync.
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#9
Did you restarted the scene?
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#10
yeah i closed the whole thing and restarted the emulation after setting it to async mix.
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