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Quick question about Shadow Hearts
#1
Hi All,

I have a pretty powerful rig so speed isn't my issue but having the game crash or freeze really harshes my mellow Smile

I have set EE Clamping to Full to eliminate the known issue of disappearing actors on certain maps, but are there any other side effects of this. I only ask because when I get the plane early in the game I cannot get past the dialog. The game does not freeze, it just refuses to go past that dialog like the controller doesn't work. If I disable full clamping, the problem goes away.

Are there any additional known issues about full clamping? If so, I will just deal with the invisible ppl. It makes me feel sneaky Smile
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#2
Just use GSDX software mode since HW mode hardly look better anyway.
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#3
Full clamping provides higher compatibility and less speed. So it doesn't cause additional bugs over normal clamping
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#4
Hmmm,

I must need to redump then. Thanks for your input Bositman.
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#5
Hm wait I just re-read your post, so full clamping gets it stuck there? That shouldn't happen... If you're using the Europe region of the game, maybe post a memory card save so i can check it out
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#6
It's normal for full clamping to break stuff.
Basically all the modes that aren't the defaults (clamp and rounding both) have a high tendency to break something.
Very importantly: Even if the clamping is set stricter, this doesn't mean 'better'. It's just clamping more.

As far as I know this game has just one screen with disappearing people, so best leave all recompiler settings at their default.
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#7
0_o really? I thought full clamping broke stuff extremely rarely (or not at all)
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#8
(08-30-2012, 06:59 PM)rama Wrote: It's normal for full clamping to break stuff.
Basically all the modes that aren't the defaults (clamp and rounding both) have a high tendency to break something.
Very importantly: Even if the clamping is set stricter, this doesn't mean 'better'. It's just clamping more.

As far as I know this game has just one screen with disappearing people, so best leave all recompiler settings at their default.

I don't remember any when I played it, maybe I completely missed it?
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#9
I have the NTSC (US) version of the game, so a save would not be possible Bositman. rama's explanation would make sense because defaulting clamping mode makes the issue go away. I will just live with the invisible folks. It really isnt a big deal to be honest. Plus redumping my games is soooo slow and thus, sucks. So this saves me time.

Thanks for all of your expert help Bositman and rama!
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#10
Send bositman your Ntsc save file Smile
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