October 21st, 2009, 02:56 Posted By: Zack
Hey everyone. I would first of all like to say thank you for all the positive response towards my work and for all the bug reports.
For the record, I know I have been stated as saying use frameskip 3 to get good speed, but even without it it is faster than the previous snes emulator releases. I re-wrote parts of the renderer, I didn't just hike up frameskip and claim mine was faster. This might not be the case for every game and might not be by much, but it is faster.
Also I'm not doing this for a popularity stunt, or just to claim "mines better than yours". I am doing this because I love the Snes and want to see it emulated at proper speed on the PSP and was sad to see it abandoned. I do not claim to be the worlds greatest coder, or emulation guru. Like everyone else I am learning on a daily basis. Programming is a hobby for me, I don't do it for a living. I know there is a lot more work to be done, so please bear with me.
This build isn't really any faster than the previous one, it's mainly a stability release. I will be back to speed improvements in the next release.
So that's it. It finally seems stable, I know this emulator has a bad rep for being terribly unstable but it really seems solid now.
I hope you enjoy this release and if you have any bugs please post them in the : Snes9X Euphoria - Official Forum
Note : To get the best performance I recommend the following settings :
Render : PSP Accelerated
Frameskip : 3 (frameskip @ 1 seems to be sufficient for most games to play at 60fps)
Note : The PSP Accelerated renderer can be buggy, it works fine in most games but certain games may have graphical errors which render them unplayable. If this happens I recommend switching to the PSP Accelerated + Aprox soft renderer.
If you downloaded the R2 release, please download the new R2.1 release as it fixes a bug with loading a new rom (it would crash the psp) - Same link
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