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ace9094

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #280 on: July 17, 2019, 08:17:03 pm »
Drag&drop all videos you want to convert onto the convert.bat. You can drop all movies at once. It should create a folder output in the folder where the video was located containing the animated preview


Hi Jack,

I have tried to run this but it just creates an empty folder "Output"folder....

The format of video I am using is MP4.... My device is Windows 10 Pro (1903)

Any idea's what could be wrong? I will try converting the MP4 to AVI and see what happens... Does it matter which
 directory I place the folder / BAT file ?

EDIT
I tired converting to AVI, XVID, WMX3, WMV8 and WMV9 but still the same... Can someone else using a windows machine maybe give it a try if I upload the software and include a video ?

« Last Edit: July 17, 2019, 10:22:30 pm by ace9094 »
Dingoo A320, GCW0, RS-97 x2, Revo-K101, RS-90, PSP, GameGadget, New 3DS 128GB, PS Vita 200GB, RS-45, Gamebox Advance and a few other obscure devices

npharper

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Re: Menu written in python for K3P, RS97 and Arcade Mini
« Reply #281 on: July 17, 2019, 09:50:44 pm »
If somebody make a new firmware please insert a battery low reminder beep or screen. It's kinda annoying when I game a lot and my console suddenly turns off.
Well too bad they screwed up when they made the Arcade Mini, because there's no way to get an estimate of the battery.
You can ask Pingflood about it, he confirmed it to me. This happens even on the stock firmware.
(Btw, it's also the reason why TV out won't work : There is no way to detect if it's plugged in. You have to force it to make it work)

Is there really no way to get an estimate of the battery? The battery icon in the upper right corner seems to change all the way down to empty before the device dies. Do you know how that's being done? A "low battery" audio warning is something I'd really like to try and get working.

Jack83 (OP)

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #282 on: July 18, 2019, 08:27:21 am »
Drag&drop all videos you want to convert onto the convert.bat. You can drop all movies at once. It should create a folder output in the folder where the video was located containing the animated preview


Hi Jack,

I have tried to run this but it just creates an empty folder "Output"folder....

The format of video I am using is MP4.... My device is Windows 10 Pro (1903)

Any idea's what could be wrong? I will try converting the MP4 to AVI and see what happens... Does it matter which
 directory I place the folder / BAT file ?

EDIT
I tired converting to AVI, XVID, WMX3, WMV8 and WMV9 but still the same... Can someone else using a windows machine maybe give it a try if I upload the software and include a video ?

You should get a lot of log output to see whats wrong. Do you have spaces in the paths to the video and/or the folder the tools are?

Jack83 (OP)

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #283 on: July 18, 2019, 03:58:16 pm »
Hey everyone,

I'm still working to improve pymenu. I have implemented the ability to install/uninstall ipk packages and the often  requested "Favourites" menu!

Now I need your help! I'm a very bad designer and I need the graphics for the favourites menu for the pixel and the default theme. The background image is 320x240px and the system logo is 140px wide.

CPS-I, CPS-II and Last played are also missing for the default theme. I would really appreciate it if someone with skill can make those images ;D

If I get the images, I can make an official release of pymenu

Jack

farleysmaster

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #284 on: July 18, 2019, 04:06:53 pm »
Nice, uninstalling ipks is a (minor) pain.

ace9094

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #285 on: July 20, 2019, 12:20:53 am »
Drag&drop all videos you want to convert onto the convert.bat. You can drop all movies at once. It should create a folder output in the folder where the video was located containing the animated preview


Hi Jack,

I have tried to run this but it just creates an empty folder "Output"folder....

The format of video I am using is MP4.... My device is Windows 10 Pro (1903)

Any idea's what could be wrong? I will try converting the MP4 to AVI and see what happens... Does it matter which
 directory I place the folder / BAT file ?

EDIT
I tired converting to AVI, XVID, WMX3, WMV8 and WMV9 but still the same... Can someone else using a windows machine maybe give it a try if I upload the software and include a video ?

You should get a lot of log output to see whats wrong. Do you have spaces in the paths to the video and/or the folder the tools are?

Hi Jack,

Thanks for the reply... I removed all spaces in the video name and in the path to PyMenu toolkit... I has now created a standard JPG file not an animated AJPG file... The name is File Name = bdudes.anim.jpg

The file has unusual dimensions too:

Width = 1664
Height = 1536
Vertical DPI = 96
Horizontal DPI = 96
Bit Depth = 24
File Name = bdudes.anim.jpg

Is that correct or am I doing something wrong ?
Dingoo A320, GCW0, RS-97 x2, Revo-K101, RS-90, PSP, GameGadget, New 3DS 128GB, PS Vita 200GB, RS-45, Gamebox Advance and a few other obscure devices

Jack83 (OP)

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #286 on: July 22, 2019, 12:35:20 pm »
bdudes.anim.jpg is correct. You can open the file and see all the frames that will be used. The preview is no animated jpeg (ajpg) but a large sprite sheet. Its faster to load.

"bdudes" should be the nam of the rom for the preview to work

powderpuffpoopoo

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #287 on: August 03, 2019, 08:53:14 pm »
Hi Jack,

Thanks for continuing to improve pymenu!

When you get a chance, can you please allow proper sorting of titles when the gamelist filter is used?  Seems to sort by first column on the gamelist and it would display better if the third column is used for sorting.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: August 03, 2019, 08:59:31 pm by powderpuffpoopoo »

farleysmaster

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #288 on: September 11, 2019, 05:03:17 pm »
Anyone else experience pymenu just failing to load for no apparent reason? This has happened to me before which stops my RS97 from booting.

I've gone in, taken out the internal sd card and swapped the autoexec.sh for the backed up version so now I can get into gmenu.

I think from memory I'll have to delete pymenu, reinstall it and restore its config files which I've just backed up. Is there an easier way?

(the internal sd card is a high quality name brand card, btw)

ace9094

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #289 on: October 27, 2019, 02:23:47 am »
Hi jack,

any plans to port this to the RG350?  8) ;D
Dingoo A320, GCW0, RS-97 x2, Revo-K101, RS-90, PSP, GameGadget, New 3DS 128GB, PS Vita 200GB, RS-45, Gamebox Advance and a few other obscure devices

_-Caleb-_

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #290 on: October 28, 2019, 07:16:04 am »
Hi jack,

any plans to port this to the RG350?  8) ;D
Same question hehheeh

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sailence

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Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #291 on: November 04, 2019, 02:41:22 am »
hello some game ports is missing how to add?

Re: Menu written in python for RS97 and LDK
« Reply #292 on: November 04, 2019, 01:31:53 pm »
the pap k3 plus links are dead
can you reupload them?

 

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