cannot get it working it is saying kickstart rom(s) not found , press any button to continue.
i am using the same kick rom that i was using in the same emulator for vita, it is placed in kickstarts so it should work. I am on 5.10 firmware , exfat sd card
any clues ?
edit : it is working now , was bad rom placed .
emulator is playing great so just waiting for @rsn8887 to see if i could donate without patreon account
Thank you, also for the bug reports. There are problems with savestates on Switch and with returning from sleep. Save state problems are probably due to some remaining 64bit issue. I will debug these issues as soon as I can.
question to op
how can you have a fluid vsynchro without jerk?( zero frameskip) while amiga games are at 98% pal 50hz,( 2%60hz ntsc), and the switch screen is a lcd ips 60hz refresh rate? i have uae4arm on android gpdxd, the runoff is never smooth, and never will be ....
I do not see anything about it
Anyway thank you very much
That's because there is no good solution without a 50/100 hz display. The best compromise is to have v-sync off if you can't get the NTSC mode/versions running. (You might be able to force some PAL games to run in NTSC with varying results, like what a real NTSC Amiga would do.)
Okay I suspected, just wanted confirmation, since you say zero frameskip....
What bothers me is that I can't get a video signal out of the switch to a SCART crt tv rvb
I have an amiga, and an atari to see my signature, so not very serious
Thank you for all your work
To revive one of the best microcomputers ever built
All on switch
The hdmi output of the switch on tv with your emulator can be perfect in 50hz anyway, right?
Just wait for the shader support, because on 42-inch hdmi plasma tv, the image is not as accurate as on a 6-inch screen.
If you use exFAT, it really helps a lot to have a backup of your uae4all2 folder on your computer, so you can easily delete and re-copy over your files in case your UAE4All2.nro or other files become corrupted. AFAIK this is a problem with the operating system.