is there anything better then autoinject wad?

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Feb 18, 2012
  1. DJPlace
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    i got the rom file and the wad but when i mixed them together and installed it i get the classic controler is required screen and the classic controler is all ready in there and the screen stays is there a guide somewhere. let me know.
     


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    Everything depends on the game, not all games are Injectable.
     
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    yeah i forget to metion the game and the wad so here they are

    N64= Magical Tetris Challenge
    Wad=Mario Golf

    i'm wondering if i should try all n64 wads but that takes too much time...
     
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    Why not use the wii64 homebrew emulator to play the game?
     
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    because the emu is a pos
     
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    For some games, maybe, but that's not due to emulator, that's due to the wii not being powerfull enough.
    While in some games, dynamic recompilation works good to gain speed, in others, it doesn't work that well.
    Testing a rom on it goes a whole lot faster than injecting one in a VC wad.
    I have never seen a comparison between the emulator and a wad injected game that proves that wad injection is indeed
    better than the emulator. It wouldn't suprise me that the wad code and emulator code isn't that much different. Just that the wad is optimal
    tweaked for the game it should play while the emulator gives you all the options to experiment with it yourself.

    But, if you can point me to a decent comparison, I am willing to change my opinion upon that.
     
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    Erm...since when is N64 ROM injection even possible? I know it was a project some months ago, but that was only to inject GB and NES games. To my knowledge, no N64 game has ever been successfully injected.


    @[member='obcd']: The N64 games that were released by nintendo on the channel are pretty much all noticeably faster & better quality than their counterpart ROMs on wii64. No idea how that is achieved, though.
     
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    i can prove you wrong at a site i know but sadly it's an iso site i can't say...
     
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    Well, I´m injecting VC games since 2010 now and I did NES/FC, SNES/SFC, N64, Mega Drive/Genesis, PC Engine CD/HU Card, Master System, MSX/MSX2 and Single Rom Loading Channels for GB/GBC/GBA.

    I am using most of the time Devilkens VC injector, Benzin for banners and the likes, HEX for brlyt and such.

    Not all games are injectable, true.

    If you´re talking from the same site I´m also member on, just make a post and ask for injection of the game, there are many good N64 guys there.
     
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    Okay...didn't know that. :)


    So...are those injected wads (assuming they run) better than what wii64 makes of them?
     
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    depends on what your needs are.

    Some dont care about channels and authenticity, they use emulators.

    Some want channels like VC originals, dont want use emulators and dont care if they take up more space on their wiis.

    People are different :)

    Oh and edit: the quality when running the game via the in-wad emulator is as good as you would expect from an official VC if the injection is done well.
     
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    I would like to learn more about wad injection o.o

    Some tips on how I can successfully google this forum?
     
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    To the best of my knowledge the only games that have been successfully injected were Secret of Mana and Final Fantasy III, IV, V for SNES, can someone point me at a list of games that do work?
     
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    dropped you guys a pm
     
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    i tried injecting magical tetris challenge through zelda OOT but i get no music?
     
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    Try using Sin and Punishment as the base WAD. Usually works.
     
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    Or Ogre Battle, works also fine as base.
     
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    im sorry what?
     
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    pos = piece of %%%%

    edit: not that i agree or anything, i've never tried a (homebrew) n64 emu on the wii
     
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