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  • #88348
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    Anonymous

    Hi all,

    i updated today my new Raspberry Pi 2 with the Retropie image v.2.6.

    Most of the emulators working fine.

    I only have some problems with the mupen64plus emulator. It running fine but only in a little square on downer right screen.

    If tried to add some Flags into the config file /opt/retropie/configs/n64/mupen64plus.cfg like:

    Fullscreen = True

    but no of these works. Also my (Video-General) section was empty?!

    How could i run those emulator in fullscreen?

    Sorry for my bad english..

    Thanks and regards

    #88355
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    Roo
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    I found that Mupen64 will do that if you try to force its resolution too high. For example, if I hit ‘x’ when launching a game and try to set it to 1920×1080, I get the small window in the corner, but if I set it to 640×480, it launches full screen.

    #88359
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    gizmo98
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    Modify gles2n64.cfg or use mupen64plus-testing (experimental module).

    #88370
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    Anonymous

    Okay thank you guys.

    It works with changing the default video mode via the Launch configuration tool (´X` during Game load).

    I use DMT-4 640×480 @ 60Hz, clock:25MHz progressive
    All other defaults are not working.

    In gles2n64.conf seems everything okay. Same resolution: 640×480 picture centered…

    It is only the sound that is not working in the emulator.

    23:30 Sound problem also solved.

    changed in mupen64plus.conf

    #Audio output to go to (0) Analogue Jack (1) HDMI
    OUTPUT_PORT=0
    (I have to active PC loudspeakers connected using the audio jack)

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