Core and Feature Requests


#341

That request would best be lodged with jselby at the citra-libretro repo, since I don’t think he comes here and is the only one likely to be able to accommodate that:


#342

“It’s possible, but I think that’s probably something that’s better left to Bizhawk. That is, I can’t imagine it being easy to use via our gamepad-driven interfaces.”

you need to add --subsystem neocd to the command line

How do I do that again?

And the bios files go in system > fbalpha > right?


#343

For arcade cores, the BIOS typically goes alongside the ROMs, as they treat them like parent ROMs.


#345

4 posts were split to a new topic: NeoCD via FBA


#346

I think adding Cores for Sharp X1 and Phillips CDi would be pretty cool. I mean there are technical ways of playing games without specified cores but not without complex effort. I mean the Zelda CDi games weren’t great but they are sought after and go for a pretty penny online. As for Sharp X1, that long lost third Donkey Kong Game (The Great Counterattack) was found and ripped awhile ago and only playable on X1. I dunno, Retroarch is already so inclusive, it’s hard to make decent suggestions. Great work either way guys <3


#347

There are a pseudo CDI core, in the Mess core. But i cant get to work myself. I agree, a “easy to use” Cdi core would be great.


#348

There’s a good guide here on how to use the MAME core to play CD-i games.


#349

Cdi and x1 both work great on retroarch android…that being said it must be better on the pc…dont know about the PC but for android it’s a pain because rom names MUST match softlist names , so yea I had a ton of renaming to do plus my artwork for hyperspin…definitely doable but with alittle effort


#350

I can get Donkey Kong III: The Great Counterattck running on X Millennium fine but it instantly crashed on Retroarch. Which core are you using?


#351

Sadly I get immediate crashing. I have followed that little list to the letter, have all the necessary CHDs (and bin+cue) and bios files, made all the core option changes and it still crashes :frowning: I appreciate the post though. I did actually redo everything from your post in case I screwed something up earlier when trying to get it working and came up empty handed :frowning:


#352

MAME (The one without the year), using this to start it with:

x1 -flop1 "/Games/Romz/Sharp/x1/Donkey Kong 3 Dai Gyakushuu.zip"


#353

Nice! Does that require any special bios files or settings changed or it just runs?


#354

Here’s a guide for nonarcade systems like CD-i, X1, Neo Geo CD, etc using MAME and MESS. Example at the very bottom for X1.


#355

Hi.

Is there a way to know which core version I downloaded?


#356

go to ‘load core’ and then look in the bottom-left corner of the screen. It’ll tell you the core version.


#357

Thanks a lot, I thought that was retroarch’s last version, thank you also for the quick response.


#358

Or alternatively you can load the core of choice, then go down to information and finally go on core information.


#359

Is it possible to add a remember position feature for ffmpeg core? I use it in Kodi and it’s basically the only thing I miss for it.

Out of curiosity, why the ffmpeg core is listed under Core Updater option since it’s integrated in Retroarch.exe?


#360

This worked very well. It took some trial and error but i’ve got most everything working. Thank you!


#361

Hi, just a porposal…

It’s possible to add Vic II “No Borders” option in “vice_libretro” core ?