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OGTiago
26th November 2008, 11:53 PM
So, the only plugins which work with my PC properly (i.e. textures don't overlap) are Glide64,
and Mudlords Rice Video Build 6.1.3 - DX9 (6.1.4 also has road textures disappearing)

I am using Mudlords Rice Video 6.1.3, DX9 but sometimes some textures are blacked out then at other angles they're good.
Anyone know why this is, do I need to change something?


BLACK TREES & ROCK
http://i38.tinypic.com/2qn360n.png

NORMAL
http://i38.tinypic.com/2lqsk1.png

NOTE: I know I am using texture mod, but it also has this problem with normal textures.

HatCat
27th November 2008, 12:30 AM
Options Configure Graphics Plugin for RiceVideo

DirectX tab, Hardware Transformation & Lightning is what you might want to look at.

Also at the top-left of the DirectX tab it should list your "Adapter: " to what?

OGTiago
27th November 2008, 02:40 AM
Adapter: mobile intel(r) 965 express chipset family HAL, Driver Version: 7.14.10.1272

Dont have the transformation and lighting in Mudlords Rice Video Build 6.1.3 - DX9.

HatCat
27th November 2008, 02:51 AM
DirectX\Force Software Transforming & Lightning is in Rice's Video Plugin and mudlord's improvements to the latest version. I don't know where to get 6.1.3 anyway; the latest version (only hosted version officially) is 6.1.4.

The reason you are subject to these kinds of problems--and are directed to Glide64 for other possibilities--is because of your Intel chip. Natually N64 replay support expects you have either an NVIDIA GeForce or ATI Radeon card; you have more lower-end video hardware. You can also try a plugin called Direct64 for this issue's sake.

OGTiago
27th November 2008, 12:17 PM
The reason I use 6.1.3 (which I got from NGEmu) is because it's the only one which shows the road textures on Zelda (and Banjo)

HatCat
27th November 2008, 04:02 PM
Personally I would stick to 6.1.0 although Rice eventually dropped the old-variety card support. After 6.1.1.10 were versions that vaguely changed processing as much as features and fixes; in some cases video display was actually worse. You would roll back for an older system, but instead I will link you to Direct64.
http://www.emutalk.net/showthread.php?t=26677

Installation: Project64 will return plugin options on plugin change configuration by looking for all modules within Project64\Plugin\. This configuration is seen through Options, Settings... in Project64 1.6.

You also want to go to http://www.intel.com to update your driver version for your current Intel card. Look for your brand and download any updated versions they have up. This may fix certain issues; others may remain.

OGTiago
27th November 2008, 07:45 PM
Personally I would stick to 6.1.0 although Rice eventually dropped the old-variety card support. After 6.1.1.10 were versions that vaguely changed processing as much as features and fixes; in some cases video display was actually worse. You would roll back for an older system, but instead I will link you to Direct64.
http://www.emutalk.net/showthread.php?t=26677

Installation: Project64 will return plugin options on plugin change configuration by looking for all modules within Project64\Plugin\. This configuration is seen through Options, Settings... in Project64 1.6.

You also want to go to http://www.intel.com to update your driver version for your current Intel card. Look for your brand and download any updated versions they have up. This may fix certain issues; others may remain.

I was going to update it yesterday but it said it was the wrong installation, I check their site and it said my chip was customised by manufacturer (i.e. Dell), on Dells site I downloaded the latest driver which is the one I'm already using.

Also, I will try Direct64, but modded textures are my thing now. I also tried Glide64 with texture mods but it's a bit funky and some textures are still the orignal N64 ones.