Started by jcgamestoy, 13:03, 22 December 18
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Quote from: jcgamestoy on 17:38, 03 February 20Not yet, in the next version I will add a option to have a 1:1 output.
Quote from: jcgamestoy on 17:38, 03 February 20Currently RVM uses the real Aspect Ratio of a cpc, (if I have not failed in my calculations) because in the analog world pixels are never square As a curiosity, if you load the same loading screen on a ZX 48k or 128k you will see that the aspect ratio is not the same (as on real machines).
Quote from: jcgamestoy on 17:38, 03 February 20In the future version also a cpc 6128+ and a gx4000 do not have the same aspect ratio. But I'm going to add an option to disable it and another one to make the window size in integer multiples
Quote from: cpcitor on 18:47, 03 February 20Please do. It's useful to perform exact pixel measurement, which is a different thing from visual assessing of shapes.What RVM currently does is indeed valuable. It allows to prepare graphics that will look good on a real CPC, not subtly squashed without the author being aware.This is a use case different from the other one, and both are valid.Can you share the aspect ratio that you consider "canonical"? This is very useful for people doing work that depends on it. For example, precise 2D or 3D drawing, just drawing a big circle that is indeed circular, for one.Also, the "official" aspect radio is indeed when preparing artful graphics in an editor that supports different DPI in X and Y directions, like gimp.Are you saying that the cpc6128+ has a ratio different from the cpc6128? I'm surprised. In that case, what are the number?Thanks!
Quote from: jcgamestoy on 19:17, 03 February 20As for CPC6128+, no, it has exactly the same aspect ratio as the classic cpc.
Quote from: roudoudou on 20:59, 03 February 20When the Plus monitor is switched ON it can display 270/271 lines but after a few minutes, it can reach 273 visible lines, will you emulate this?
Quote from: jcgamestoy on 10:30, 04 February 20I think I can live with this inaccuracy
Quote from: roudoudou on 10:37, 04 February 20Feature request, i tried to edit config file to change ROM configuration but everything is ciphered. Will it be possible to have a simple configurationrom0=filerom1=file...up to 255 (i know the plus is limited to 128 ROM on expansion slot)
Quote from: jcgamestoy on 14:21, 05 February 20Isn't it easier for you to use an XMEM like on a real machine?
Quote from: cpcitor on 06:29, 10 December 19ConclusionNice work, great potential to become THE Amstrad CPC emulator.[..]Anyway, to become the ultimate CPC emulator, it would have to become open-source.
Quote from: WiltshireWizard on 19:37, 30 June 20Just use Lightshot. Ive been using it for years to screenshot anything that runs on my PC. Very powerful little tool.
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:25, 22 September 20Is there any way to associate dsk files with the app?
Quote from: Sid_ on 23:01, 22 September 20I start to handle RVM debugger and I don't know which assembly you use, but what do you think to use rasm ? It's compatible with pasmo, maxim etc... Can add break point etc ... It would be a killer feature to add it.
QuoteWell, now that I have more time to dedicate to the hobby of making the emulator, the development is accelerating.And today after too much silence here, I present the latest addition. The ZX Spectrum Next!!!
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