NeoGamma still have problems with game´s videos?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by SoraKH, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. SoraKH
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    So, there´s a way to fix that? For example, the introduction for Dragon Ball Budokai, runs pretty bad on NeoGamma R9. And i´m a bit worried, as the new metroid will got CGs and the same thing can happen with it.

    There´s a solution to this?
     
  2. gsaz

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    Backups on dvd are read at 3x. Even perfect burns on verbatims can't change that and some videos will always stutter using this method.
    Either use original through disc channel or use a usb loader to load backups
    Personally I prefer Configurable USB Loader here, but it's your choice.
     
  3. SoraKH
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    Well, it seens i´ll have to use usb loader then. Unfortunetely i don´t have an external HDD, but i got a 8GB pen drive, so i think it´ll be enough for Metroid Other M.
     
  4. BobTheJoeBob

    BobTheJoeBob The most optimistic person on the temp. :)

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    8gb pen drive will definitely be enough for Metroid Other M. Wii games don't tend to be too much in size. I think Brawl is one of the biggest wii games and that's only 5gb or something.
     
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    I think it´s 7.45GB actually. It´s dual layer. Maybe Metroid Other M is dual layer too bacause of the CG, but anyway, i doubt it´ll be more than SSBB.
     
  6. trumpet-205

    trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    If you want to play burnt disc copy at 6X, your only choice is modchip. You will want the modchip that connects directly to the chip, not intercepting data like DriveKey.

    If you don't want modchip then USB loading is your only option.
     
  7. WiiPower

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    I heard that uloader supports USB DVD drives, not sure if you would count them too.