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27-04-2017 22:30
hi

26-04-2017 18:38
eventually

26-04-2017 15:23
When releases Metal Gear Solid V: the Phantom Pain playstation 4?

25-04-2017 19:46
Okay, I'll use the Bizhawk emu to record PS1 games as promise.

25-04-2017 19:36
if it is a ps1 game then you gotta do it in emu or we wont accept

25-04-2017 19:20
Okay, but this one I uploaded is in a component video quality.

25-04-2017 18:54
But fan translation from all other platforms works perfectly in Bizhawk.

25-04-2017 18:54
Bizhawk is one the best emulators for PSX games ever. Too bad that PSX fan translations still do not work on it (only original PSX ISOS works in PSXHawk).

25-04-2017 17:41
If you record PSX games, use Bizhawk

25-04-2017 17:26
It was rejected, for quality issues which I told you about weeks ago. And it looked like you had started a new recording on the 8th. In the emu I hope.

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Calibrate your Screen!
GraphicsI have tried to write a small tutorial on calibrating your screen for outputting a more accurate image. This allows you to view games and longplays as intended and more importantly to those recording games, to capture an accurate image. While the solution here is far from perfect, I hope it can provide more pleasing results.

You can find the tutorial in the Support forums on the below link

Monitor Calibration Tutorial
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S_SoulReaver on June 08 2015 20:59:33

Just what I was looking for. Anyway, if I'm not sure if my monitor is calibrated correctly, I try looking at the game and at the video after it got reprocessed by Megui. The High dinamic rendering effect disapear, so I'm trying to tweak the video with a contrast set to 1.1, then, to compensate the new brigthness in unwanted spots, reduced the brigthness to -3, -2 or so, just looking for it at the moment.

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