Doesn't look like a retroarch shader for me. Let me clarify my last post.
I asked someone who was interested in shader X to go find a good retroarch shader X, since bizhawk can handle them, so I could copy it without having to evaluate them myself. Sometimes I don't like adding features without having an expert user advocate.
I intend to bake several retroarch filters into bizhawk as optional stages in the video processing, without having to support a GUI for making intricate shader chains. This seems like a good candidate.
Sure, I could search for it. So can you. But theres other things I can do that you can't, and I prefer to spend time doing those things.
Fortranm, what if there were an option that disabled the auto-sizing of the window? Newer SVN versions of bizhawk have some more fine-tuned control over how the resizing happens, so you could make sure that games werent distorted if they mismatched your freely-selected window size.
I don't think having a default scale factor per core is something that's going to happen any time soon. This is just one of approximately six million things which someone might want set individually per core, and it's too slippery a slope right now.
The thing is that I don't know exactly what you want. I pointed out the gsdx stuff and you said it won't work, so I'm not sure what else would work. You know very well what you need, so it's best if you search for that instead.
Besides, looking it up on google would only take a few minutes since the correct result would probably appear on the first page. After finding it you could go back to do the things you enjoy spending time into.
An expert user advocate tests that filter in retroarch compatible emulators and vouches for its effectiveness and quality, and compares it to other available options; then tests it in svn versions of bizhawk and gives thumbs-up to the feature.
I think I can fill this role then. Have I given you the correct thing this time after all?
They updated the Libretro thread. Seems like part of the script I gave you is wrong and now they corrected it.
I am curious about one thing.
If I remember correctly, the purpose of the site is to be a collection of tool-assisted speedruns of as many games as possible while also being entertaining.
Then how is it not a priority to make it possible to do runs for yet another game system?
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Another thing to remember is that making the perfect TASVideos emulator is not the singular purpose of BizHawk.
It's been said before, but I'll clarify one more time: Everyone here is interested in PPSSPP, but we're a small team with many things (both BizHawk and otherwise) on our plates. It will come when it comes.
I said it was not a top priority. You read this as as 'not a priority'. Please don't argue with us when you cant understand what we've written, as typing it repeatedly for people like you who demand to know why everything can't be done immediately is one of the main reasons things arent already done.
Also, we have lives outside of TASing.
Spice this thread up a bit.
You guys are doing an awesome job so far with all the bug fixes and current work on the current emulators that are currently in Bizhawk.
Love you guys! Keep up the amazing work, its awesome to watch the changelog P
This post was not necessary, as I already got my answer earlier.
It's incredible how arrogant people here can get when they're asked just simple things. I ask why a core wasn't added yet and this is the kind of reply I get. But whatever.