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Revision 138 –
Revision 138 has compiled without issue. I still have a few things to do around the place here before I can test.
Revision 138 - Testing
Revision 138 - Testing –
First off, if the developers make any recent revision a public beta, 138 should be it.
Ok, on to testing
All connected storage devices I've used to date are still working. (WinXP SP3, FreeNAS, and embedded NAS)
FMV on most games have drastically improved. The only one I've tested so far that hasn't, is Aeon Flux, but really, who cares about that game? But the games like Dragon Quest VIII and Midnight club, (two problem games on previous revisions) have seemed to cease all stuttering.
Game data loading time has decreased. I have not tested that, but damn, it seems a lot faster.
Yellow screen time seems to be @ ~50% of what it was.
Edit - I should have rechecked more games. FFXII has developed about 6 more stutters in the title screen FMV for example. All in all, still not bad.
What do you think is best option, several submenus in the Exit column? or an configurable "Exit to" for the actual exit icon?
I would suggest making it configurable. Just add the option to change in the settings to be eithermc0:/BOOT/BOOT.ELF or OSDSYS
Originally Posted by ifcaro
edit - Even Final Fantasy X-2 is working now on Revision 138, be it choppy on FMV, but working none the less.
I agree with bootleg, a simple configurable option should be good for the Exit option.
I can confirm FFX-2 is now working from SMB and USB (has been working) , still choppy, but improved a bit over previous revisions.
SCPH-30001 [V4] - unmodded (2)
SCPH-30001-R [V5] DMS4 Pro SE
SCPH-50001-N [V9] CC 2.0 SLE
SCPH-79001 [V16] Silver - unmodded
just to verify, is the MD5 of your compiled revision 138:
Originally Posted by JNABK
making sure we are on the same page.
I think you should consider RAM usage on the machine running the SMB server.
If you're using RAM or bandwidth too much, then Open Ps2 Loader performance can directly be affected by this.
Could be network traffic affecting performance. at any given time there's at least 100KB/s traffic. sometimes it's full on. But I keep traffic from other devices than what I'm testing on to a minimum during tests.
If I have 42A958A17F441D8A512A6B02DF8ADD8F hash (rev138) it means that my version compiled not properly?
Originally Posted by Bootlegninja
Or it could be mine isn't spot on. But I know JNABK's is built identically to mine, so I was going to use his as a reference.
Originally Posted by unc0r3x