g0nz0ukParticipant05/01/2015 at 07:58Post count: 310
I’m just testing the n64s Mario Kart on the pi2 and add the menus are corrupted and one in the game it runs slow.gizmo98Participant05/01/2015 at 09:37Post count: 452
You are using mupen64plus-libretro with rice plugin at the moment. Use another emu or plugin. Press x/m at game startup and select another one. MK64 + RetroPie Beta 2 runs fine with:
mupen64plus-libretro + gles2n64 plugin
mupen64plus + rice plugin
mupen64plus + gles2n64 plugin
mupen64plus-testing + rice plugin
mupen64plus-testing + gles2n64 plugin
Mupen64plus-libretro + rice is default because it does not crash your pi with certain games and uses retroarch controller setup. Mupen64plus standalone should be faster but needs more effort to setup unknown controllers and hotkeys.g0nz0ukParticipant05/01/2015 at 10:26Post count: 310
Many thanks for this info.
I don’t have access to my Pi2 at the moment but will later, so I just as you say run Mario Kart 64, Press x/m at game startup, then choose a different plugin?
Can you make one the default?gizmo98Participant05/01/2015 at 11:21Post count: 452
If you start game there is this “press x or m” message for a short time. Select gles2n64 for MK64 because it should be the fastest and best looking plugin for this game.phoenixParticipant05/02/2015 at 04:51Post count: 35
yes, you can make mupen64plus gles2n64 (testing) the default, and it should be, not only for that ROM, but for N64. The only exception I have really found is Zelda, which runs better with Rice. Mario Kart runs sweet with the (testing) mupen64plus.g0nz0ukParticipant05/02/2015 at 13:26Post count: 310
If I press x and m I just get a load of shaders that don’t make much difference.g0nz0ukParticipant05/02/2015 at 13:29Post count: 310
The shaders are from opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/shadersg0nz0ukParticipant05/02/2015 at 13:32Post count: 310
Managed to change it and what a difference, no sound though after changing.g0nz0ukParticipant05/02/2015 at 13:39Post count: 310
A reboot fixed the sound, where do I configure the controls?herbfargusMember05/02/2015 at 14:54Post count: 1858
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