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Old 30th December 2013, 05:23 AM
Cormick99 Cormick99 is offline
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Default DualShock 4 Issues with Project64 v2.1

I recently got the Playstation 4 controller as a gift, and have been loving it. It is now my main controller for emulators and many other games on my PC.

However, I can't seem to map the controls for it using the P64 program. Every time I click to map a button on the interface, it is always mapped as "X Rotation -". This probably means that the program is constantly recognizing one of the analog sticks as moving, even though the controller is sitting perfectly still.

I can map the controller perfectly on other emulators like Dolphin and zSNES.

I also own a wired Xbox 360 controller, and I can map that perfectly with P64.

My DualShock 4 is connected to my computer using a micro-usb cable.

I am running Windows 7, 64-bit.

EDIT: Also tried uninstalling Motioninjoy (a program that allows the use of a DualShock 3 on PC) and restarted my computer. Still no luck.

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Old 30th December 2013, 11:44 PM
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I am having the same exact problem with my PS4 controller.
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Old 30th December 2013, 11:47 PM
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I just found out how to fix it, You hold down the button you want to use for it wile you are selecting it, and do the same for the control sticks.
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Old 31st December 2013, 09:29 AM
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This worked. Thanks!
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Old 19th February 2014, 09:34 PM
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The solution worked on other buttons but I'm trying to map my Right Analogue Stick as the C-Buttons and it isn't working and keeps displaying "X Rotation -".
The Left Analogue Stick worked perfectly though.
If anybody has a .cp file for the PS4 controller can they kindly send me the link.
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Old 14th May 2014, 12:06 PM
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Anyone found a working solution to this problem? :>

Can set up all buttonson my ps4 controller except for the right stick, everything is just x rotation when i try.

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Old 14th May 2014, 02:28 PM
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N64 controller only had one analog stick.

Not sure if any controller plugin allows to use both sticks.
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Old 2nd June 2014, 04:24 AM
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Sorry to wake an old thread, but Frank, I use a standard PC controller, and the right stick maps fine to the C-Buttons.
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Old 6th July 2014, 10:30 PM
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I recently got the Playstation 4 controller as a gift, and have been loving it. It is now my main controller for emulators and many other games on my PC.

However, I can't seem to map the controls for it using the P64 program. Every time I click to map a button on the interface, it is always mapped as "X Rotation -". This probably means that the program is constantly recognizing one of the analog sticks as moving, even though the controller is sitting perfectly still.

I can map the controller perfectly on other emulators like Dolphin and zSNES.

I also own a wired Xbox 360 controller, and I can map that perfectly with P64.

My DualShock 4 is connected to my computer using a micro-usb cable.

I am running Windows 7, 64-bit.

EDIT: Also tried uninstalling Motioninjoy (a program that allows the use of a DualShock 3 on PC) and restarted my computer. Still no luck.
Use N-RAGE 2.2.3c and use XInput. It should work.
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Old 30th October 2014, 01:52 PM
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I've searched high and low for an answer and only found this thread... so had to re-open this thread and even create an account here hoping someone here would see and help.

First of all, I'm a n00b to this whole scene. It took me forever to figure out how to sync the DS4 controller to my PC but finally managed too. What I did was use DS4 tool -- Virtual Bus Driver -- ScpDriver.exe -- ScpServer.exe and that's how I got the controller to sync and work with USB port.

I've been able to map out the buttons for emulators for NES, SNES, Sega, Gameboy etc and the DS4 works completely fine! But then of course I stumbled upon Project 64...

While mapping out the controls for P64, I used default Jabo 1.7.0.12 and was able to map out buttons on the DS4 so it was reading my controller except for (like mentioned in above posts) the C-Buttons where I always got "X Rotation -" when trying to map them to my right analog stick.

So then found this posts, downloaded N-RAGE 2.2.3c plugin and selected XInput. But while using N-RAGE, it never detected my DS4. It wouldn't let me map out any buttons I selected use and booted up a game (Mario 64) and it still wouldn't read my DS4. Went back, for the heck of it, tried the "plugged" option instead of XInput and still nothing.

Can anyone help me with this?? Did I set up my DS4 wrong? Is there something else I can use other than N-RAGE? Is there a work-around to get N-RAGE using my DS4 properly? Please help... and thank you in advance!!!

(p.s. I wouldn't mind using a 360 controller... however when I do, my PC doesn't read my 360 controller. I already installed microsoft drivers and installed 360 accessories. If anyone can help on that subject too and if it's easier I'm open to it!)

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