I’ve been able to configure all emulators aside from the N64 emulator. It runs very slow. I have a B+ overclocked to 900Mhz.
I’ve tried messing around with the config files, but nothing seems to make a drastic difference. I’m using the rice video plugin. I’ve tried changing the screen update time/etc but not much difference.
Anybody have any solid updates for configuring the N64 emulator? Thanks!
1. congrats on getting it to run at all, was there a new release of retropi that works with n64, do you have the older version, or did you fix the issue somehow?
2. i was setting retroarch+mupen64plus up on a older (~2009 intel) pc the other day it lagged a little on ssb and horribly on manjora’s mask in movie scenes, like 1fps bad
i somehow managed to get to to 100% speed, i altered a resolution setting in retroarch (was 1920×1080 set to 1024×768) i also changed a quality (accuracy) setting to low and upgraded the linux kernel to the latest 3.17 kernel, base install was ubuntu 14.04
those settings are under core options
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