dccellyParticipant01/28/2016 at 16:11Post count: 16
I’m not sure if its an overlay or a shader or whatever you call it. How do I get the good old original DMG Gameboy green color with lr-gambatte? Honestly, I don’t understand why it isn’t in the first place. I mean, all my Gameboys were green/yellow, not black and white.
The Wiki is incorrect and based on the older version of RetroArch and it seems to be aimed at just colorization. Any help would be cool, thanks.herbfargusMember01/28/2016 at 16:33Post count: 1858
The wiki only mentions colourisation with is different than shaders and overlays. Completely diff settings.dccellyParticipant01/28/2016 at 16:39Post count: 16
I understand that, even pointed that out. But take a look at the wiki anyway for setting up colorisation. Its outdated for setting it up. Those settings are now under the quick menu, core options.herbfargusMember01/28/2016 at 17:01Post count: 1858
I’ll adjust it when I have some time. It’s a wiki though which means anyone can contribute to it so I wouldn’t be offended if you beat me to it.quicksilverParticipant01/28/2016 at 17:29Post count: 30
[quote=115472] Honestly, I don’t understand why it isn’t in the first place. I mean, all my Gameboys were green/yellow, not black and white.
You are correct that the original Game Boy screen was yellow and black, however when the Game Boy Pocket version came out they upgraded the screen to black and white. Not trying to pick on you, just figured I would point that out ;)gizmo98Participant01/28/2016 at 17:56Post count: 452
I added default green/yellow colorization after rp3.4 release. Update RetroPie-Setup and do a source based installation of lr-gambatte. Gameboy classic custom palette should be green yellow then.jeffdamannParticipant01/28/2016 at 18:30Post count: 52
There is a gameboy shader under handheld that looks like thisgizmo98Participant01/28/2016 at 18:39Post count: 452
There is one but all good looking gameboy shaders are slow. :-(FloobMember01/28/2016 at 20:35Post count: 1629dccellyParticipant01/28/2016 at 21:47Post count: 16
Thanks for the responses everyone, I’m home now and can give it a go again. I’ll update and see what I missed.
Oh and quicksilver, I know what the Gameboys looked like man, I have a few that I keep around to LSDJ on.
[attachment file=”image.jpeg”]dccellyParticipant01/28/2016 at 22:07Post count: 16
Marked as resolved. Thanks again herb, gizmo and floob. Working as intended.
[attachment file=”image.jpeg”]smartroadParticipant01/28/2016 at 22:19Post count: 76
[quote=115530]Marked as resolved. Thanks again herb, gizmo and floob. Working as intended.
What settings did you use? :)dccellyParticipant01/28/2016 at 22:45Post count: 16
Update the RetroPie-Setup script then do a source install of the lr-gambatte. Reboot and by default it should launch in the pea soup green.dustloopParticipant01/29/2016 at 12:22Post count: 22
You beautiful people!
In time do you think something could be put into place where correct aspect ratios, correct filters color pallettes etc could be put into a outside source like the RP-Video-Manager so then if people want an auto setup sort of thing they can.smartroadParticipant01/29/2016 at 15:57Post count: 76
[quote=115539]Update the RetroPie-Setup script then do a source install of the lr-gambatte. Reboot and by default it should launch in the pea soup green.
Didn’t change anything for me :( Best I have been able to get is a yellow/green. Ah well tis enough :)
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