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shadow of memories pal question...
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Hi guys i hope you can help me. I would like to play shadow of memories at 60 fps but audio is not synced. There's a way to sync it ?
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#2
under your spu plugin setting make sure you have time stretch selected.
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#3
that option is selected but don't do nothing, it's always not synchronized O_O
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#4
If you are really at a constant 60FPS, you can try choosing "None" instead of "TimeStretch" but it might skip.

Also you might adjust the audio latency settings in that same dialog box.
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(11-16-2013, 06:13 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: If you are really at a constant 60FPS, you can try choosing "None" instead of "TimeStretch" but it might skip.

Also you might adjust the audio latency settings in that same dialog box.


God if choose none, the game is always 60 but the audio it's so late!

And for latency i have no clue about the values, every other game that i tried with pcsx2 don't have this problem.....
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(11-16-2013, 06:23 AM)luke76bg Wrote: God if choose none, the game is always 60 but the audio it's so late!

And for latency i have no clue about the values, every other game that i tried with pcsx2 don't have this problem.....

If the audio is late then LOWER the latency.

I think default is 150ms.

But if it's like really late(i.e. more than that value, more than 0.15 seconds) then that's not gonna help.

Are you using any speedhacks?
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(11-16-2013, 06:30 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: If the audio is late then LOWER the latency.

I think default is 150ms.

But if it's like really late(i.e. more than that value, more than 0.15 seconds) then that's not gonna help.

Are you using any speedhacks?

yeah usually i leave them all always on except for specific games ! But ee cycle rate ad vu cycle are default.
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(11-16-2013, 06:38 AM)luke76bg Wrote: yeah usually i leave them all always on except for specific games ! But ee cycle rate ad vu cycle are default.

Well, EE and VU are the ones that would be likely to cause this.

Is MTVU on? If so, try with it off.
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(11-16-2013, 06:41 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Well, EE and VU are the ones that would be likely to cause this.

Is MTVU on? If so, try with it off.

tried off and it's the same, now i'm lowering the latency 130 ms and nothing Sad
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