11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by RHDNBot, May 13, 2017, 01:46:23 AM
Quote from: MathUser2929 on May 16, 2017, 10:25:28 PMThat's a good point, why not make it replace the music too? You could pick some proper remixes and include them in the download.
Quote from: Real_Character on May 16, 2017, 07:24:41 AMYou need windows for this? wuuuut.
Quote from: WebSlinger on May 16, 2017, 02:58:46 PMIt's not working for me at all.. Do i need to unzip my CastleVania rom? Have the rom in the same EXACT folder as the patch tiles?
Quote from: SunGodPortal on May 16, 2017, 11:47:19 PMCastlevania Chronicles comes to mind. Those techno versions feel weird to listen to outside of the game but make the game feel more fun when you're actually playing it (and getting your ass handed to you since CC is borderline unfair).
Quote- Could you imagine a Nestopia build that makes this kind of hacking easier or popular for different games?- How do you trigger the tiles to update? Would it be possible to point to files to change and make this kind of hacking possible without programming knowledge?
Quote from: kya on May 18, 2017, 10:38:13 AMIt is already possible to make graphic packs for other NES games without programming knowledge using the released emulator.Steps (basically):1. You throw away my skin.png2. You create a new skin.png in your favorite graphics editor (256 pixels wide).3. You launch a game you decided to facelift in a FCEUX NES emulator (you should ask me for a copy, it's slightly modified).4. You open a PPU viewer (menu Debug->PPU Viewer...)5. Every time the tiles change in a PPU viewer you grab a screenshot6. You insert this screenshot into your skin.png twice. One under another.7. The above copy is original patterns. Emulator will use them for detection.8. The below copy is replacement patterns. Redraw them to your heart's content.9. Repeat for every tileset change in a PPU viewer window. Your resulting skin.png will be very tall.But once again, if you dare, ask me for the details.As for 60 fps, the emulator should run at the correct frame rate, but I wouldn't bet on it. I haven't measured.
Quote from: PLiberty on May 18, 2017, 02:07:27 AMI think you mean the X68000 version is unfair. The remixed CC mode is quite manageable.
Quote from: kya on May 19, 2017, 03:50:02 AMBut this was made as a quick and dirty hack. Maybe it's preferrable to stick to standards? Now as Mesen supports HDNES packs, maybe it is better to use them for facelifting NES games?They allow for upping tile resolution, and they even seem to replace background music (what people asked here).
QuoteHow come you did not use "standards" for your face-lift?
QuoteI am here because I like Castlevania..
QuoteCV 3 uses what mapper?
Quote from: bogaabogaa on May 19, 2017, 06:49:21 AMWill try out Mesen emulator and see how it runs already made HD packs.
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