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"non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
06-06-2014, 12:45 PM
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"non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
Hi, thank you this nice emulator.

PPSSPP crashes when load the iso file if "non-buffered rendering" mode selected.
this case was confirmed MHP3 (ULJM-05800) and MHP2ndG (ULJM-05500) to crash.
if "buffered rendering" mode selected, i can load the iso file and then i can change to "Non-buffered rendering" mode.

i restored PPSSPP's settings to default and i have tried several build.
OK -> v0.9.8-1020-g48d4c4c-windows-amd64
OK -> v0.9.8-1030-ge8ab820-windows-amd64
NG -> v0.9.8-1033-g7c70f71-windows-amd64
NG -> v0.9.8-1042-gb57c3e0-windows-amd64

Windows7 x64 SP1
AMD A10-7850K iGPU Radeon R7 Graphics Catalyst 14.4


thank you.

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06-06-2014, 02:17 PM
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RE: "non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
Is there a reason to have non-buffered rendering when buffered rendering works?

Sure, buffered rendering is slower, but if that works with you, then why not just stick with it? Smile

Also, look at this thread. Big Grin

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06-06-2014, 03:08 PM (This post was last modified: 06-06-2014 03:08 PM by TheDax.)
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RE: "non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
On a PC with a graphics card like that, there's almost no reason not to use buffered rendering (unless you're really that much of a stickler about antialiasing, which can be forced with non-buffered rendering, and not regular buffered, yet). In any case, non-buffered is a hack, so don't be surprised if things break or don't work at all because if it..

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06-06-2014, 03:10 PM
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RE: "non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
Yep. In short, just pick buffered rendering. Big Grin

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06-06-2014, 03:27 PM
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RE: "non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
thank you for reply.

why i want to use "non-buffered rendering", there is two resons.
- I like the graphic quality of the "non-buffered rendering" than "buffered rendering" non shader and any shader
- it was working fine until v0.9.8-1030-ge8ab820-windows-amd64


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06-06-2014, 11:42 PM
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RE: "non-buffered rendering" cause crash in some games.
thank you for fix of this issue.Big Grin

i confirmed v0.9.8-1043-g48d0b8f-windows-amd64.
it is very nice, because i start directly ISO on the command line options.

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