Where is the Hyllian shader?

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  • #121824
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    Hi All.

    I am trying to enable the Hyllian shader but it does not appear in the list of available shaders.

    i.e from Emulation station -> Retropie -> Edit retropie configurations -> common retroarch options -> (choose emulator/system) -> Shader
    Any ideas?

    Thanks

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    #121920
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    Hey there, you can find the hyllian shaders right here: https://github.com/pinkeen/libretro-common-shaders-glsl or https://github.com/RetroPie/common-shaders. Just download the .zip and they are in the ‘CRT’ folder.

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    #121954
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    Thanks. I downloaded the shaders/zip onto my windows pc.

    How do i get them onto the pi?

    I have enabled samba shares so i can see the pi directory from windows but cannot see the root i.e //opt//

    I would like to put the new shaders into /opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/shader

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    #121991
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    I’ve never used samba but I did find WinSCP to be easy to use — due to its graphical interface. You just have to click through the directories and then drag-and-drop the files, just like in Windows Explorer. 🙂

    #122088
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    Thanks. That worked 🙂

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