best setting for psx-rearmed?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by ThePanchamBros, May 28, 2016.

  1. ThePanchamBros
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    ok, so I downloaded psx-rearmed and it runs FF7 at about 30-40 fps. I was wondering the best settings to get it to run faster?
     
  2. Robz8

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    Frameskip?
     
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    :) thx
     
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    If I remember correctly Final Fantasy 7 originally ran at 15fps on the psx. 30-40fps is just fine imo.
     
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    It ran at 30fps. It ran at 15fps for FMV mode.
     
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    I'm pretty sure battles were at 15fps. I remember how choppy it was on my psx but its fine on steam.
     
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    Disable VSync.
     
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    I'm using a cia on a N3DS with DSP audio, disabled audio sync, disabled video sync, and FFT still runs so excruciatingly slow it's not at all enjoyable.

    On the other hand Civ 2 runs perfectly without any adjustments at all. (The menu system ruins that game, but that's hardly the emulator's fault!)

    For the most part my experience is that the large majority of PSX games are more like the former than the latter. The emulator still has quite a ways to go to be more than a neat demonstration of potential.
     
  9. Jair

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    In my experience I never could get the emulator to play at the same speed as the videos in YouTube, I used the same settings they listed on the video but it always ran slower. I used same as the video the CIA, the only difference being my 3DS Firmware version as far as I could tell. V-Sync disable and Frameskip on were in all demonstration videos. Disabling audio is a more extreme approach.