Editor, Emulator Coder, Experienced Forum User, Site Developer
Yes of course. We had talked about that recently; my mind just wandered.
It's unfortunately rather low priority. Because of what Bizhawk does as a TASing emulator, there's more to consider than just hacking in a "load CD and load ROM" functionality. The emulator handles pass off of files to 1 of quite a few cores, and has to know some stuff that it keeps for bookkeeping and moviemaking. The CD load system is also yet another complexity. At the end of the day, this is all for just one game. I'd like to do it, as the CD audio sounds awesome (you can get Bizhawk to do it even by doing a minor code edit and bypassing a number of things), but there are other more pressing matters.
Location: Norrköping, Sweden
I'm having some problems with changing the emulator speed with a lua command in 1.6.1. If I want to set the speed to 300%, I would normally use emu.speedmode(300), which worked before. But using this command now returns the error
"attempt to call field 'speedmode' (a number value)"
Looking at the LuaFunctions page, it seems that this has been replaced with client.speedmode(300). But this command returns the error
Am I doing something wrong?
Emulator Coder, Published Author, Site Admin
You aren't doing anything wrong, it should be client.speedmode(300), however it is busted in 1.6.1. Is fixed and will be represented in the 1.7.0 release.
If you need an advance copy here is a beta and then you can also help test (as of this post, nobody has helped >:()
I wonder if this is possible, but...
Can you guys add a feature to BizHawk that lets you change the game's Saturation/Brightness/Contrast ?
Not many emulators have this afaik, the only one I've seen so far was PCSX2. But it's pretty helpful especially when you can raise the brightness on dark games.