Or, I can use directly the prog written by CyberwarriorX. Does anyone could tell me how to compile it (I only have the saturn orbit installed) and use it with an AR+Comm card ?
CyberWarriorX said:The mpeg cart I have (RG-VC2) is 512kb. If you want to verify your's(using a method outside of dismantling your cart), you can just use the bios mpeg rom dumping function to dump the data beyond 512kb and see where it gets mirrored.
Madroms said:Bump thread about MPEG Card emulation and Yabause: I tried Lunar MPEG Edition on Yabause with the MEPG ROM but the game didn't work (intro screens showed but nothing after that, just when the MPEG video must start).
Does Yabause work with some MPEG games and Lunar is just one that doesn't work ? Or Yabause doesn't have a complete emulation of the MPEG functions ?
I don't know any other emu with MPEG support and I want to try making some MPEG videos running on Saturn for my next project.
Madroms said:Thanks CyberWarriorX.
Do you plan to add a better support in the near future ? Or it is not the most important stuff to do next on the emu, thing I can totally understand
If you need some card dumps to add some compatibility, let me know.
rorirub said:A little bump. I've dumped the video cd bios and it seems there are some discrepancies between dumping the chip directly versus how the Saturn reads it. When dumping form the chip, I get some code from 0 to 5000h, and the cart header starts at 5000h. When reading from the Saturn, that 5000h of junk code is at the very end of the carts. This is consistent on every cart I dumped so far.
I understand that gets pushed to the end because it is mirrored in hardware and the Saturn most likely reads it with a 5000h offset.
But, what is causing this? Is it normal? A feature?