Well, it would make the program available to more people if it wasn't written in Java; I for one don't currently have either JRE installed on any of my machines, because I want to be sure it isn't used by my web browser or any network connected services. I guess it shouldn't be that hard to make sure it's installed no plugins in my .mozilla folder, and clear any variables out of my .bashrc so nothing can find it by default, but it's a little bit of hassle I've avoided by just not installing it anywhere.
On my Pandora it might be even harder to ensure java can't be accessed by anything I'm not aware of, but it shouldn't be running on any ports from an unmounted PND I guess, and I think I can trust PND authors to not employ it unnecessarily for network available services.
The videos get out-of-sync after some time. You should add a frameskip, as the cpu can't keep up with the flow for the video (or just skip them).Very nice. I didn't realise the Steam version of Tomb Raider would work until reading your article, so thanks for that and the instructions.
I do however, get awful static noises in some of the videos and "cd audio" Is there some setting I should change. Apart from that it's really nice to play with the 3dFX support! ^_^
I think I currently use FS1. How much skipping would you recommend?The videos get out-of-sync after some time. You should add a frameskip, as the cpu can't keep up with the flow for the video (or just skip them).
The Audo CD should be ok (at least, I have no issues on my side).
Aha... I increased FS to 2. and double checked my mount settings for the CD. It seems I was mounting the ISO with no selection for the filesystem. I was not getting any CDAudio and the weird garbled static sound.
Ok, I reproduce the crash (somewhere inside Normal1x_8_32_R)...I've tried both.
It's actually really playable on my 1Ghz unit at 1100Mhz... I'll need to try my Rebirth and First Batch ones.Can you play blood smootly TrashyMG?