See Options - Internal Filters.majortype: MEDIATYPE_Audio subtype: Unknown GUID Name The format above is IMA4 audio.
Enable Microsoft PCM in LAV Audio decoder or IMA ADPCM in ffdshow audio decoder.majortype: MEDIATYPE_Audio subtype: Unknown GUID Name formattype: FORMAT_Wave Format Ex The format above is Ogg Vorbis audio.
- Diferent alpha filtering code that should improve the extra lines in some textures. This is a version that has been sitting in my HD for some years.
- Fixed sound output only outputting mono audio - Added customizable pixel shader for texture replacement (see model2lua.txt) - Fixed Emulator-Exit not saving configuration - The emulator will now try to use pixel shader 2.0 when pixel shader 3.0 is unavailable - Added Full screen antialiasing (fsaa=1 in emulator.ini) - Fixed some 3D errors in dynamite cop causing low res textures to be used - Fixed texture replacement when two textures share the same tag data Finally the 1.0 version :).
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Requires a wide fullscreen resolution or Wide Screen Window set in - Fixed texture border detection for textures that caused wrong colors & pixelation on borders - Simplified pixel shaders (half the texture fetches) - Improved House of the dead FM sound - Fixed VF2 wrong sound speeds - Fixed background distortion on Dural stage in VF2 - Added STCC Euro - Added Sonic the fighters.
- Fixed Virtual On missing background color on title screen - Rewritten SCSP code for improved accuracy - Fixed ATI video card gfx problems - Fixed audio stuttering on some windows 7 machines - Added Sega Rally Championship rev B Lots of changes in this version: - Fixed TGP emulation bugs and added missing opcodes.
Try enabling the internal MPEG PS/TS/PVA source filter in Media Player Classic.
See Options - Internal Filters.majortype: MEDIATYPE_Stream subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_Avi formattype: TIME_FORMAT_NONE The types above usually mean that you are trying to play an incomplete AVI file or a non-standard compliant AVI file.
The default AVI splitter of Windows has difficulty to handle incomplete files.