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FuSa slow when running emulators full-screen
emusaDate: Friday, 2009-06-12, 10:53 PM | Message # 1
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- I've got a PSP-2000 slim, 5.00 m33-6 with a component TV-out cable and a Philips HD-ready HDTV.
- I've copied the latest FuSa SD v1.0.50b in the seplugins-folder correctly and enabled it through the recovery menu (holding R).

So far so good.

Now when I start up Picodrive (genesis emulator), NesterJ or a Snes emulator it starts fullscreen on my TV. It doesn't look good; the text in the menu's is pretty much unreadable. When I load a game it runs like crap. Like 20fps or something for a 60fps game. Using the + and - volume-buttons I get to the FuSa menu and cranked the CPU speed to 333/166 + put priority to 80-85%. This doesn't resolve anything unfortunately.

Any idea how this can be solved? Would be great smile

Thx!

 
DARKALEXEVILDate: Saturday, 2009-06-13, 2:02 AM | Message # 2
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i have same stuff as you but dif tv =), its work fine for me just put priority to at 90 or 91 and will be perfect, and about snes make full screen at 3 its better. biggrin
 
emusaDate: Saturday, 2009-06-13, 2:04 AM | Message # 3
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Yeah, I've tried that as well. Changing the priority doesn't make it much better.

I especially want PicoDrive (genesis) to run a 100%. But the framerate seem to be stuck @30fps instead of 60fps. Everything stutters like crazy.

 
DARKALEXEVILDate: Saturday, 2009-06-13, 1:14 PM | Message # 4
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genesis is hard to run a 100%, because its hard to run in 100% in psp, so its will be harder in fusa =)
 
emusaDate: Sunday, 2009-06-14, 4:54 PM | Message # 5
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genesis is hard to run a 100%, because its hard to run in 100% in psp, so its will be harder in fusa =)

Nope - that's not it. Many, many games run full-speed on Picodrive. They run less than half the speed with FuSa. Something else must be wrong. Any idea what?

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Anyone? sad Would be awesome to play emulators fullscreen, without slowdown.

Is there anyone that has accomplished this using FuSa? If so, what firmware do you use?


Message edited by emusa - Sunday, 2009-06-14, 4:54 PM
 
mculverDate: Sunday, 2009-06-14, 7:55 PM | Message # 6
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Its all about coding u need to have a code that can handle all the cpu and the output to the tv.Emulators take up a lot of cpu.
 
emusaDate: Sunday, 2009-06-14, 8:05 PM | Message # 7
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Its all about coding u need to have a code that can handle all the cpu and the output to the tv.Emulators take up a lot of cpu.

So nobody gets playable speeds when using FuSa with emulators? Because that wasn't the impression I was getting.

It would certainly explain my experiences.

 
mculverDate: Monday, 2009-06-15, 8:56 AM | Message # 8
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Your best bet would be to start fusa with 99% and work your way down to 0% to see if it requires a certain setting.For me running snes i have to have fusa priority to 91% or else it crashes.In Fullscreen 2 i runs about 1-2 fps slower than suppose to but on all others ir runs perfect. Hope this helps.
 
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