Lol nope. My CD Rom is busted. Hang on to them for now.
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 10:30 PM, Nicholas Robertson-Muir <nicmuir@xxxxxxxxx
Salie, I finished recording my Jojos combos.
I'm going to clopnthem now snd pop them on a cd.
you still use cds right?
On 30 Apr 2015 20:50, "richard moorcroft" <greattekkenmaster@xxxxxxxxx>
Salie this is broken as it can get in a fighting game
On Apr 30, 2015 8:46 PM, "Ilitirit Sama" <ilitirit@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 7:51 PM, lindsey kiviets <lindseyak@xxxxxxxxxxx>
okay il try thanks.
im watching this, its kuk funny. why did we stop playing dis ?
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:48:22 +0200
Subject: Re: DRE: CTS community mail
Dude just follow the instructions and do it. It's worth it. Trust
me. You can do it with the mouse but it takes about 10x longer every time
you re-run the setup. And that's a conservative estimate.
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 7:45 PM, lindsey kiviets <lindseyak@xxxxxxxxxxx
okay Salie i thought this would be a point and clickey exercise. :(
f ur quantum physics, everyone knows about Mag's EM Disruptah
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:20:10 +0200
Subject: Re: DRE: CTS community mail
Ooops. Forgot to mention that if you use the 32 bit version of mame
the command is either "mame.exe" or "mame32.exe", not "mame64.exe"
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 7:17 PM, Ilitirit Sama <ilitirit@xxxxxxxxx>
@LB (and whoever else is interested...) This is quite a bit of work
but it's worth it.
*Mame save/reload/record instructions.*
Run the exe (it will extract to the folder you specify). In my case
I'm extracting to "E:\Games\Emulation\Mame\Mame 161"
Open a DOS prompt (Windows Key + R, type cmd.exe and enter)
Enter (with the quotes): CD "<installation path>"
So in my case I would enter:
CD "E:\Games\Emulation\Mame\Mame 161"
If you did not install on the C: drive, enter the letter of the drive
following by colon. In my case I installed on the E drive, so I would
Enter: mame64 -createconfig
This will create a mame.ini file. Open this file using notepad.
Find the section where it says "rompath". It should have a value that
says "roms". Replace this with the path to your mame roms. In my case
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Find the section where it says "CORE MISC OPTIONS"
Use the values outlined here:
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The cheats are for when you want to select a stage without having to
play through the game, but that's optional.
Save the file.
Enter mame64 at the command prompt. It will load a list of games in
your Roms folder. Type the name of the game you want. *Pay very careful
attention to the abbreviated name!* eg. For Super Street Fighter II Turbo,
it's "ssf2t". For the Japanese version it's 'ssf2ta'. Again, remember
this name. It's very important.
Select the game you want and press Enter.
Set the controls. (Tab brings up the menu).
Insert coins and Press 1 and 2 to start players 1 and 2. Select the
characters you want.
When the game starts, position the characters suitably (ie. Corner,
Midscreen etc). Build super meter if necessary.
*Press Shift-F7 followed by 1*
Congrats. Your setup is now complete. Press escape to quit back to
the DOS prompt.
Enter "mame64 <name of game> -state 1 -record <name of game>" (without
So for the Japanese version of ST, it will be:
mame64 ssf2ta -state 1 -record ssf2ta
This will load up the game and put you exactly where you saved that
state, and it will record all your inputs.
Try your combo. If you fail, press escape and then press F3 (or UP) in
the DOS box and then Enter (reruns the previous command).
Repeat until satisfied. Once you are satisfied with your combo, press
escape, then run this command (note the bolded part):
mame64 ssf2ta -state 1 -*playback* ssf2ta
It's worth testing that this works *before *spending ages trying to
land a combo.
If you're satisfied with your work, press escape and run this command:
mame64 ssf2ta -state 1 -*playback* ssf2ta -aviwrite combo.avi
Let it run until you've recorded everything you want, then press
escape. This will create an UNCOMPRESSED video file in the folder "snap".
Beware, it writes at around 20MB per second of video.
The beauty of this method is that once you're satisfied with recording,
you don't even need to create an AVI yourself. Just zip up the savestate,
inputs and nvram files and send it to someone else and they can record it
on their side because it will play back perfectly.