"Rock n' Roll Racing Hack v16beta" rotation:
Hardware(with sega-cd): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxFOkC1cCLg
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Would be nice to have a version showing speed from different area : ROM / RAM / comm registers... :) You might add more speed tests for the sub cpu showing the speed in program ram vs word ram vs communication regs. Here's a new version, now can select different areas: Also sub-cpu now shows correc...
I made it from VRAM... (filled all vram with code: add_tacts add.l d2,d0 bra.s add_tacts). also 'rte' after v-int, was replaced with manual returing (in 50% happens returning to $c00002 but with first opcode?) test non-repeatable , goes only 2 seconds: , after I load numbers to vram to show result. ...
Or get track time, and use it as counter to start next track.Sik wrote:...OK I think now that I'm looking at the docs I see the problem. Does anybody know what's the BIOS call you need to use to tell if a track is being played? (・・？)
Still boils down to the same case, you just need a random number when you're going to decide which track to play next. No, I not just need a 'random number'. I need to know that one track stops playing, to start playing next. How can I do it? EDIT: also wait, seeing what post you quoted, are you co...
How can I make "play random track?" (same as RANDOM-B in Japanese bios player?)Chilly Willy wrote: Controls:
A - play from current track to end of disc
B - play current track once
C - stop playing
X - show current track info
Y - play current track repeatedly
Z - pause/resume
START - check disc
Here's my compilation for r57shell's player: Tracklist: Vectorman 1, Earthworm Jim 2, Doom Troopers, Comix Zone, Dune2. gems_compilation_wip.rar Some bugs of GEMS_Player.bin: Some wrong in rom header, code starts from (0x1F4 instead of 0x200). When you play combined song (example: DT: Nero) , and if...
- Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:38 pm
- Forum: Megadrive/Genesis
- Topic: Determining the timing of a piece of code
- Replies: 36
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Anyway, there is so many emulators, and no method to get timings of code chunk :( Gens standart debugger shows how cycles each command takes. ) hotkey 't' is step into. O_o ? Did i put that feature ?? I only remember about execute 1/10/100/1000 instructions shortcut but nothing about cycles... Yep,...