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slow motion on Kingdom Hearts FM
#1
Here, I got problem with the scene on Kingdom hearts FM, some scene will played with slow motion and some are not. can anyone help me out?

This is my laptop spec
- Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
- Intel ® Core™ i5-4210u CPU @1.70GHz 2.40 GHz
- 4GB RAM
- Integrated / AMD Jel LE / AMD Jel Pro / nvidia N15S-GT /
nvidia N15V-GM

and here`s my pcsx2 1.2.1(r5875) configs (i`m sorry these config in Bahasa)
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thanks for the reply anyways Laugh i`m sorry if I post it on wrong place, and please delete it Smile
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#2
First, use Direct3d11 hardware for gsdx
second, make sure you plug in your laptop
third, under adapter in your gsdx config. make sure it is set to intel hd 4400
fourth, set the ee cyclerate hack to 3 and put the vu cycle stealing at 1
lastly, use the AVX2 version of GSDX and not SSSE3
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#3
(11-30-2014, 04:58 AM)Nobbs66 Wrote: First, use Direct3d11 hardware for gsdx
second, make sure you plug in your laptop
third, under adapter in your gsdx config. make sure it is set to intel hd 4400
fourth, set the ee cyclerate hack to 3 and put the vu cycle stealing at 1
lastly, use the AVX2 version of GSDX and not SSSE3

thanks for the reply Smile
but looks like it didn`t changed anything. it`s still played on slow motion (the scene on the beach where riku, kairi and sora watching the sunset). OR it is because I played it with my last save data?
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#4
no, that cutscene is just really demanding. Systems that are faster than that struggle with it
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#5
Try software mode and set the extra rendering threads to 3.
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