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Now that PS1 output is unnecessary...
NathaniasDate: Wednesday, 2008-10-15, 9:09 PM | Message # 1
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When 5.00m33 comes out, we will have Sony's own built-in PS1 game support for video out

I can only wonder, what are you going to do with FuSa now?

If anything, I say FuSa can get rid of PS1 support in order to try to fix more compatibility issues with PSP games themselves.

5.00 includes interlace output of PS1 games in fullscreen


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StrainerDate: Thursday, 2008-10-16, 0:05 AM | Message # 2
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Does FW 5.00 only support PS1 Output, or can you also play normal PSP games and Homebrew with the normal TV-Out feature now?

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NathaniasDate: Thursday, 2008-10-16, 7:31 AM | Message # 3
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Only PS1 games but as of now the biggest feature of FuSa is 100% PS1 compatibility, which is no longer necessary as a better version of it is included in Sony's own firmware


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keeponjamminDate: Thursday, 2008-10-16, 10:38 AM | Message # 4
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did you try it?
Confirm it please and show us a video biggrin



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Andy_maNDate: Thursday, 2008-10-16, 9:30 PM | Message # 5
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I always guess that Sony's watching our project happy
Now they made one step forward for Users
Maybe this is influence of our project... if that's so - I'm glad smile

 
RathlarDate: Friday, 2008-10-17, 1:26 AM | Message # 6
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yeah its seems this is a fairly big victory for FUSA... just a shame that it took this long and homebrew development for Sony to finally see that people want this... and it wasn't even that unreasonable of a request. Never made sense to me to do it the way they did in the 1st place.
 
keeponjamminDate: Friday, 2008-10-17, 11:24 AM | Message # 7
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I think they couldn't stand it that you could play games on interlace mode with HOMEBREW. It was another reason for psp owners to switch to CFW :D.. Stupid sony biggrin


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StrainerDate: Friday, 2008-10-17, 8:40 PM | Message # 8
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Well, the main target for this project atm should be convenience (include the .prx in the flash of the PSP) and compatibility.

Homebrew support is almost perfect imho, SNES9x, NesterJ, and all the other good Homebrew Emulators seem to work nearly perfect now. Biggest problem will be certain games i think, for example the GTA games on the PSP, you can't access the pause menu, because it seems that all plugins are closed when entering the menu. Hope there will be some improvements for PSP-Games in the future, as this is still one of the great featues of FUSA.

Don't give up folks, Sony just took away one of your major improvements, but the ability to play Homebrew and PSP-Games on the TV is still not implemented in Sony's Firmwares, and probably never will, so this is a major task.

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NathaniasDate: Saturday, 2008-10-18, 7:46 AM | Message # 9
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I actually just tested the Video out features with 5.00m33... and I gotta say the picture is 76.54% clearer... looks like I'm actually playing a PS1


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