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Final Fantasy IV : The complete collection
07-10-2018, 11:08 PM
Post: #541
RE: Final Fantasy IV : The complete collection
If changing to IR helped, it probably means PPSSPP is running too fast, and so your CPU has unclocked. It depends on the OS and device how much this can happen. See here for more description:

https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp/issue...-375843042

"Real clock sync" under system settings COULD help.

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07-11-2018, 03:20 PM
Post: #542
RE: Final Fantasy IV : The complete collection
(07-10-2018 11:08 PM)[Unknown] Wrote:  If changing to IR helped, it probably means PPSSPP is running too fast, and so your CPU has unclocked. It depends on the OS and device how much this can happen. See here for more description:

"Real clock sync" under system settings COULD help.

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Real clock sync does not seem to work. I am playing on a PC (windows 8) which makes it feel really strange that I would be having any issues with speed. Sad
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07-12-2018, 01:53 AM
Post: #543
RE: Final Fantasy IV : The complete collection
That's weird, normally you'd only see something like that on mobile...

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08-14-2018, 11:51 AM (This post was last modified: 08-14-2018 11:59 AM by KhR0N1K.)
Post: #544
RE: Final Fantasy IV : The complete collection
(07-10-2018 05:28 PM)Cutsman Wrote:  After just completing FF3 with no issues, I'm having an issue with FF4 where the video stutters / frame drops for about 1-2 seconds every 10 seconds. It's very odd. The game seems to look and play fine otherwise. I've tried a ton of variations of settings and nothing seems to work. Any ideas?

Edit: After playing with it some more, I have discovered that changing it from CPU core Dynarec to IR interpreter makes it go away, but adds an annoying audio skip whenever going into a doorway (when loading occurs, I assume).

did it look like frame drops (or more like a stutter?) but the FPS counter would still stay at 60 fps?

edit: actually after reading my comment i guess a stutter and a frame drop look very similar lol. but ya did the FPS stay locked at 60 fps? is the main question
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