Anthony817 wrote:Ian Micheal wrote:Good to find more facts about things.. Glad you found it years .. ago i wish i found your post not found it my self with lots of disks lol.. Removing cdda or linked xa works some times but this game proves not all the time..
Hey man, you tried your best mate, that is all we could ever hope for.
Can decode some unique movie types
Converts with the correct colors
More accurate frame rate detection
Cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Source code available
Also has modding capabilities: replace STR video, replace XA audio, and replace Tim images.
VGS was considered a 'virtual machine'; a software version of a PlayStation. bleem! differed from this in that it used a method, coined by Linden as 'dynamic recompilation', which involved writing subroutines that recognised certain types of functions on the fly, then recompiled them in a way that could be understood by the hardware of the chosen machine. This was the process that allowed for bleem! to go further than Connectix's VGS had, with support for increased resolutions, anti-aliasing and even transparency effects, such as the glow of a fireball or the smoke from car tyres.
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