RELEASE L4T Lakka Switch - now with audio and Vulkan

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by natinusala, May 15, 2019.

  1. Ninn

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    I don't think retroarch for horizon works with external HDD yet. At least that i am aware of.
     
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  2. EmulateLife

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    No it doesn't that's what I'm saying that the ability to read the external hard drive as an sd card would probably be necessary for either this or Horizon to be able to play roms off hdd. Unless there's another way.
     
  3. Ghost92

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    Yes, who is hungry?
     
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    Or simply wait for dock support, so GameCube controller would be supported.
     
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    Do you know what didn’t even think of that - even better
     
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    What a joy to play Viewtiful Joe 1 and 2 again 60 fps with vulkan + overclock! So glad it is working now!
     
  7. EmulateLife

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    Just FYI if you're in the U.S. and need one Amazon has a 200 GB Sandisk Ultra for $25 free shipping today only.
     
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    SanDisk didn't worked for me (3 different cards) and Samsung did
     
  9. EmulateLife

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    Sandisk (the only I have and the only one I've tried) works for me so IDK.
     
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    I also had no issues with my old 200GB Sandisk so that’s a good deal.

    My current 512GB Lexar is also fine.
     
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    U1? Enjoy 10Mb/s. Why does this speed even still exist?
     
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    Because not everyone lives in a rich country or have a choice. And not Mb, but MB.
     
  13. Ghost92

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    Megabytes[Mb], not Mega Bytes[MB].
     
  14. stick267

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    ^ Megabits (Mb), Megabytes (MB) :rofl2:
     
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  15. Ghost92

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    Does anyone have a good setup to play Wind Waker and Twilling Princess well? (GameCube), without any lag if possible in the surrounding area.

    I would also like to know what the Wifi option is for me if I can not upload folders repotas (FTP) for games, rather than for achievements ... and I can not download nucleos and other utilities such as Cheats ...

    I would also like to know if someone has a solution for the Metal Gear Solid game: Peace Walker, the interface does not have the letters or numbers visible.

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    I've never had the use of using Megabits for anything, so even mb would be Megabytes of any shape.
     
  16. stick267

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    Wind Waker runs well at 1.7GHz overclock and 60% emulated clock in Dolphin settings. There will be slowdowns throughout your playthrough, but I'm up to Ganon's Tower and I haven't experienced any game breaking issues. It runs at a comfortable framerate more often than not.

    Btw, megabits per second is a common usage for classifying internet speeds.
     
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  17. Ghost92

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    The Megabytes of data or internet are a deception haha
     
  18. tabnk

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    naomi rom run pretty well but no proper 16:9 aspect ratio support.
     
  19. Jackson98

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    Ya same settings i use :P 60%, I think aswell(although haven't tested too thoroughly) you can get a smoother performance if you hold B on startup(sometimes you need to keep mashing it) and change from 60Hz option to NO(At nintendo logo). Game runs more smoothly at 50Hz. I use Threaded Video in the settings also.
    I have a feeling the dolphin emulator version itself plays a part in the performance too(specially audio), I seem to be able to up the EFB scale to 2X(much nicer resolution) with the above settings and the game in the opening village runs almost perfectly, with just occassional audio stutters.
     
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  20. RedPino

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    Hi Guys,

    I hope someone can help me out. I downloaded the latest build of Lakka for the switch, followed the instructions, uses FAT32 file system (on two different SD CARDS) but still when I try to boot into Lakka I get black screen.
    The Haketa is loading fine, I go to launch and select the Lakka configuration and black screen. Tried two different SD CARDs, reformatted them, tried rufus, fat32 format, whatnot, still black screen.

    Anyone?
     
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