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cutscenes skipping
#1
in-game videos keep skipping on me (namely Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2)
is there a way to fix this?

btw i tried the latest beta and cutscenes works fine there but it doesnt support patches yet so i prefer playing with 0.9.6 stable.

im confused cuz im using the same plugins & bios with both versions but only the PCSX2 0.9.7 beta doesnt skip my in-game movies.

PC Specs:
CPU: i7 2.67Ghz
RAM: 6g
GPU: 2x ATI Radeon 5670 CrossFire
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate
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#2
What patches mean you?
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#3
first of all.. use the latest beta.. and check the compatibility of the game on the main website pcsx2.net
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#4
patches as in cheats and codes.. its not enabled yet for the latest beta (0.9.7.3113) unfortunately
so im stuck using 0.9.6 which as i said cant play in-game videos properly
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#5
they are just fine. you create a folder named "cheats" on the pcsx2 directory and you put there your pnatch files, last you activate them by enabling the cheats option in the system option of the gui
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#6
wow i didnt know that. thanks a lot.. goodbye 0.9.6 Smile
problem solved since 0.9.7 plays the in-game videos just fine.
now all i have to figure out is how to make all those small vertical cuts on the graphics vanish and my pcsx2 is perfect.
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#7
maybe using native resoltion? or high internal res?
also be sure to use the august plagin pack maybe its fixed there.
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#8
Try 1080x1080, it solves the vertical lines issues in the games I know to have it. Just don't believe in universal panacea because that same internal resolution can leave a blurry, somewhat ghostly image in others.
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#9
when i use Direct3D11 (Software) instead of Direct3D11 (Hardware) it fixes the menu graphics glitch but ruins the 3D game graphics and reverse vice versa.
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#10
OK that means it's a hardware mode bug and it will only be fixed by software. The graphics you get in software mode are actually the native Playstation 2 resolution, meaning the way you would see it on the actual console, see how bad it looks when you're used to PCSX2's upscaling? Tongue
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