drphelps87Participant03/27/2015 at 13:07Post count: 4
I am trying to change my video plugin on mupen64 from the gles2n64 to the rice video Linux plug in, but I am unsure what to type in to make the change. any help would be appreciatedherbfargusMember03/27/2015 at 14:58Post count: 1858
Which version of retropie are you using? If you do a full binary update or better yet start fresh with a 3.0 SD image you’ll be able to select which plugin you want at the beginning when you open up a game by pressing x or m. Then you can just change the default emulator to mupen64plus rice.max0rParticipant03/27/2015 at 18:01Post count: 7
Today I installed a fresh RetroPie 3.0. When pressing ‘x’ at rom loading and selecting a different default emulator, I get:
‘Error: Specified Video Plugin not found: ‘mupen64plus-video-n64.so’
Same with ‘mupen64plus-video-rice.so’
Only ‘lr-mupen64plus’ works, but with many graphic glitches (e.g. in Mario Kart)petrockblogKeymaster03/27/2015 at 18:47Post count: 1827
Looks like when I built the binaries something went wrong. Will fix and get back to you.robofruitParticipant03/27/2015 at 19:50Post count: 14
I downloaded and installed at 14:00 today GMT and I can’t for the life of me find the N64 ROM folder. Am I missing something?petrockblogKeymaster03/27/2015 at 21:54Post count: 1827
if you do a new binary install of mupen64plus now it should be working again.robofruitParticipant03/28/2015 at 10:43Post count: 14
I did this today and I am so chuffed, thanks buzz. For info max0r I used the gles2n64 emulator with defualt screen size and Mario Kart works like a dream, no sound pops or glitches. I now have an N64 again, even got my pi inside one with USB ports wired to the front where the old N64 ones were. Loving it.robofruitParticipant03/28/2015 at 11:01Post count: 14
Oh and make sure they are extracted and not in zip file format.max0rParticipant03/28/2015 at 13:25Post count: 7
Thanks for letting me know. I’ll try and report.drphelps87Participant03/29/2015 at 07:38Post count: 4
I used the following link to change to the rice video plugin manually, however it does not perform as well as the other plugin, so I reverted back.
@robofruit does your Mario kart work good with multiplayer?max0rParticipant03/29/2015 at 13:08Post count: 7
I did a new binary install of mupen64plus with the RetroPie-Setup-Script and now I can change the default emulator with pressing ‘x’ at rom startup. Mario Kart indeed works very good with ‘mupen64plus-gles2n64’. But some other roms like Bomberman 64 or Zelda – OoT won’t start with gles2n64. They start with ‘lr-mupen64plus’ but with similar texture glitches as in Mario Kart.
With ‘mupen64plus-gles2rice’ all roms I tried start and run good and fast. But now the screen size is only about 1/4 and in the bottom left corner. Changing the output resolution with ‘x’ at rom startup doesn’t change anything.
Solutions for me:
1. All roms would start with ‘mupen64plus-gles2n64’
2. Using the full screen with ‘mupen64plus-gles2rice’
Other question: Using ‘lr-mupen64plus’ I can quit the emulator with pressing ‘Start’+’Select’ on my PS3 controller. All other emulators can only be closed with pressing ‘esc’. I would like to use my RetroPie station without a keyboard, so, is there a possibility to quit any emulator only using the controller?
@drphelps87 Yes, Mario Kart 64 multiplayer works very good with gles2n64 on a Raspberry Pi 2. But I only tried with 2 players.robofruitParticipant03/29/2015 at 21:35Post count: 14max0rParticipant03/29/2015 at 22:26Post count: 7
@robofruit I think you mean /opt/retropie/configs/’emulator’
This works for all emulators running with retroarch. But when pressing ‘x’ at n64 rom startup and selecting ‘mupen64plus-gles2n64’ it doesn’t start with retroarch. Does it work anyway? Simply adding your lines to ‘/opt/retropie/configs/n64/retroarch.cfg’ doesn’t work for ‘mupen64plus-gles2n64’.robofruitParticipant03/30/2015 at 08:28Post count: 14
@max0r yes that’s what I meant. Ah I see what you mean, I haven’t tried the N64 emu with that setting only SNES and NES which use retroarch. As I understand it mupen64 uses its own auto config so probably ignores the retroarch settings. May be worth you starting a new thread as may get lost in this one.
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