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I have a question. I want write a avi file.
If I use only the avi file name, it will saved in in snap folder.
If I use the avi file name with path, nothing will be saved on the choosed path.

Example:

mess nes -r 640x480 -window -nodebug -nolog -nosound -aviwrite Demo.avi -cart "c:\Emulator\NES\Games\Zelda2.zip"

Will be saved: c:\Emulator\Mess\Mess SVN\Snap\Demo.avi

mess nes -r 640x480 -window -nodebug -nolog -nosound -aviwrite c:\Demo.avi -cart "c:\Emulator\NES\Games\Zelda2.zip"

Nothing will be saved on c:\

What is wrong ?

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Originally Posted By Just Desserts
SVN r6067
[CD-I] Fixed backdrop/cursor colors for consistency, mouse simulation, and CDIC behavior.

This fixed up the Lemmings intro a bit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctdN5MSJ2sE


SVN r6071
[CDI] Added half-done CLUT7+7 support, enough for Tetris to become fully playable.
Game: Tetris

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyAkiOcxzIA

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
I have a question. I want write a avi file.
If I use only the avi file name, it will saved in in snap folder.
If I use the avi file name with path, nothing will be saved on the choosed path.

Example:

mess nes -r 640x480 -window -nodebug -nolog -nosound -aviwrite c:\Demo.avi -cart "c:\Emulator\NES\Games\Zelda2.zip"

What is wrong ?


that you cannot save avi outside the snap folder. you can only choose the filename

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Thank you for your answer. So it was not my mistake. smile

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Originally Posted By Just Desserts
SVN r6067
[CD-I] Fixed backdrop/cursor colors for consistency, mouse simulation, and CDIC behavior.

This fixed up the Lemmings intro a bit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctdN5MSJ2sE


SVN r6071
[CDI] Added half-done CLUT7+7 support, enough for Tetris to become fully playable.
Game: Tetris

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyAkiOcxzIA


Good work, JD smile

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SVN r6066
x68kxvi driver (in progress)
Game : Marble Madness and Scorpius (Floppy Disk)



x68030 driver (in progress)



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Anna: sounds similar to this mametesters bug:

http://www.mametesters.org/view.php?id=3437

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which is what I said (you cannot decide the full path, but only the avi name) and which could be not a bug but by design wink

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Fantastic smile

I hope, the audio/sound support will coming soon ...

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