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joeblo55 30-01-2008 08:54

Genesis Roms on Dreamcast w/Lemec
 
i'm a noob here, and i would appreciate it if someone could answer a few questions for me. in regards to lemec and genesis roms, what are the three variables at the top- mode, skip, and sound, for?
for mode i can choose 0, 1, 2, or 4
for skip, 0, 1 or 2
and for sound 0 or 1

also, is there any way to save your game? i see that there's a resume game option when you start the game, but it's always greyed-out. thanks!

lastly, is there a FAQ for this thing? all the options at the initial screen are confusing (i.e. 1st_read.bin, ginreset.bin, ginsu.bin, and on and on) what are all those for? sometimes i click on one and the screen just goes black and nothing happens!

wickico 08-03-2009 08:09

cool emulator

Infinity_Engine 03-01-2010 01:04

a year old topic but i thought i reply anyway

most of those options you should be able to work out yourself, sound 0 1 should be self-explanatory (On/Off)

unlike snes most sega game didn't come with battery backed up SRAM, so if it's grayed out most likely the game doesn't support it.
Sonic 3 does have it, so you will be able to save the game.

.bin are dreamcast executables and they can be ignored...

japanese_cake 05-01-2010 14:16

Read this, it's from the original smpk :

MODE0 = standard, fastest video mode settings
MODE1 = slower, supports some extra features
MODE2 = slowest, includes window layers (used by some games)
MODE4 = same as MODE0 with background skewing

SKIP0 = no sprite skipping until maximum reached
SKIP1 = moderate sprite skipping, used to prevent major slowdown
SKIP2 = maximum sprites skipped

SOUND0 = standard sound emulation
SOUND1 = sound tempo increased

I don't know if you can save. Try with the original smpk.

qudsia 31-12-2014 21:50

I have been searching around trying to find someway to convert the dreamcast *BGM files to music files that can be played in windows.
I read in some placed that many DC games uses MIDI format with Yamaha based sound system to render the music...

Baulder 29-10-2018 01:28

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Originally Posted by qudsia (Post 437050)
I have been searching around trying to find someway to convert the dreamcast *BGM files to music files betfred casino promo code can be played in windows.
I read in some placed that many DC games uses MIDI format with Yamaha based sound system to render the music...

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