FF9 lag

Discussion in 'Problems with Games' started by finalight, Jan 11, 2003.

  1. finalight

    finalight New Member

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    My FF9 lags during movie and battle....also, when I enter battle that time, the screen lags too much, the song lags as well...others are just fine...
    Anyone can help me?


    Plugin: Pete's OpenGL Driver 1.1.68
    Author: Pete Bernert
    Card vendor: S3 Incorporated
    GFX card: Savage2000

    Resolution/Color:
    - 640x480 Window mode
    - Keep psx aspect ratio: on

    Textures:
    - Default
    - Filtering: 6
    - Hi-Res textures: off
    - Palettized tex windows: on
    - Garbage collection: on
    - VRam size: 64 MBytes

    Framerate:
    - FPS limitation: on
    - Frame skipping: off
    - FPS limit: Auto

    Compatibility:
    - Offscreen drawing: 2
    - Framebuffer texture: 0
    - Framebuffer access: 4
    - Alpha multipass: on
    - Mask bit: on
    - Advanced blending: on

    Misc:
    - Scanlines: off
    - Line mode: off
    - Unfiltered FB: on
    - Dithering: off
    - Screen smoothing: off
    - Screen cushion: off
    - Game fixes: on [00000e02]
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  3. Kane

    Kane 邪魔ゎ指せない Contributors

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    >Card vendor: S3 Incorporated
    >GFX card: Savage2000

    There's your problem right there. S3's driver support is sketchy at best. Try the D3D 6 plugin, to see if that helps little. Failing that;

    - Framebuffer texture: 0 > try 1
    - Framebuffer access: 4 > try 1
  4. finalight

    finalight New Member

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    mmm...well..I have change the setting as you instructed but when the movie ended, the whole screen turn white...I mean when the movie ended, it goes white screen for a very very long time, like it hangs there forever...waht happen?
    Also, upon changing to your setting, my battle lags even worse..
    And plz dun tell me to make an ISO, I have no hard disk space..
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2003

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