[mythtv-users] Hauppauge cards...
joevph at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 15 15:15:14 UTC 2004
I don't know about "older" ROMs, but my limited
experience has Mortal Kombat II pegging the CPU at
about 70% on an Athlon XP 2400+. Mortal Kombat II is
not exactly a new game, it's from 1995 give or take
(but it is newer than Galaga or Metal Slug).
Also, since the PVR-350 has no XVideo support, or DGA
support (as best as I can tell), you're limited to
running in a window, unless you can magically find a
resolution that scales the games you want to run on an
even integer, as decimals didn't seem to work in my
I played around with it quite a bit, at least managing
to get the window centered (via the -geometry option),
but it seemed a bit choppy at times.
As always, YMMV.
--- Bill Chmura <Bill at Explosivo.com> wrote:.
> On Friday 15 October 2004 10:53 am, Preston Crow
> > Other than that, everything I've heard suggests
> that the PVR-350 is the
> > best option for watching recorded TV. It's not
> good for games (no
> > acceleration), so if MythGame will be more
> Out of curiosity as a 350 owner who has always
> planned on playing with
> mythgames... Does it really make a difference on
> older roms (aka Galaga,
> Metal slug, etc?) ?
> Thanks for any insight
> Bill Chmura
> Director of Internet Technology
> Explosivo ITG
> Wolcott, CT
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> e: bill at Explosivo.com
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