Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por ferhound » 05/10/13 14:27

Necesitas un MAME 32 bits porque tu Windows es 32 bit y el MAME que tenes ahi es 64.


Bajate el que dice x86 (para Windows 32 bit):
http://www.mameworld.info/ubbthreads/sh ... ber=315263
Link directo: http://www40.zippyshare.com/v/17597349/file.html
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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por alteisen » 17/10/13 22:43

Ahora si :D gracias gente!!!!

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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por Magnus87 » 30/09/16 17:29

Latest Version: Beta v0.7j Updated on: 6/14/2016 Self-extract: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B23va ... lBoaTgwcUU Zip: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B23va ... HFPQjVPVzA

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Introduction: This program was developed as a token of appreciation towards the retro-gaming community. The current state is a combination of my own ideas, the ideas suggested by members of the Launchbox community and ideas borrowed from other softwares that came before it. It was primarily developed to be used in combination with the Launchbox FE, since it didn't have a whole lot of support for importing MAME/Arcade games back in the day, but overtime it evolved into a fully independent list generator that can now be used to create game lists to a variety of FEs. When it comes to Launchbox, it's designed to use local metadata and artwork, so if you already have roms/artwork/support files locally, then you will be able to import your collection into Launchbox, fully configured in just a few seconds, completely filtered and ready to be played, thanks to an extensive number of filters available. Lightspeed is fast and it's free. It's my way of saying “thank you” to a community that helped me many times across almost two decades, directly or indirectly. Thank you and I hope you enjoy it. Can I edit my current data with it? No. Lightspeed is not an editor (yet...). It is an importer, as the name states. It makes it super fast for you to import a brand new Mame collection right into your LaunchBox. If you later on would need to edit the information added, then you will need to use LaunchBox itself (or other third party tools). Does it Support Other Systems, like SNES? No. This is Mame specific (Mess will hopefully come next, sometime in the future) Who is The Target Audience? Someone like me who already has a complete/close to complete Mame collection, including artwork for most games but had not yet migrated the collection into Launchbox. Lightspeed doesn't rely on external websites to collect the metadata (if you already have the included support files download locally) and it will use your own mame artwork collection to populate your library. The metadata collected is probably the most comprehensive you will find in a single place, as it uses recently updated support files from multiple sources. What features does it have?

Easy to use Wizard interface.
Comprehensive Manual (PDF)
Top menu bar for quick access to any page of the Wizard.
Supports Catver.ini, History.dat, Nplayers.ini, Languages.ini, Series.ini, Mame's output xml file and my own ControlsButtons.ini.
Over a hundred individual filters that can be used in combination to produce an incredible amount of possibilities, including filtering by genre, emulation status, decade, clones, control type, number of players, number of buttons, display type, orientation, region, media type, number of screens among many, many others.
Removes [] and () tags from game descriptions.
Creates CHD dummy ROMS for those CHD based games that do not have a companion ROM, so front-ends can actually import and make those games playable.
Creates [TTL] dummy ROMS, so those games can also be imported and be playable from a front-end of your choice
The program will store all your settings on exit (as an ini file), so you don't have to check multiple boxes over and over again, every time you use the program. I'm planning to add “save presets”, where you will be able to save and load presets from.
No support files are ever merged. All support files are kept as-is and can be easily updated by simply copying newer files over them and any operations requiring access to those support files are handled at memory level, instead of writing files to disk. As a result, the performance is quite good: filtering a whole set of Mame ROMs from about 36,000 ROMs all the way down to a list of 2,600 working games containing no Mature, pinball, fruit machines, devices, clones, Bios etc will take about 25 seconds from beginning to end, including saving the final resulting list and with no time spent on merging external files.
You can either generate “offline” lists, where the program doesn't care if you have roms in your system or you can tell Lightspeed to compare that information to your Mame ROMs folder, so the final list(s) will only contain games matching the .zip/.7z files that you actually have in your system.
Ability to generate lists containing only the games that match your artwork folders, including, snapshots, flyers/front images, videos and/or wheels/clearlogos. This way you can make sure that only the games which you have snapshots for are imported, for example. Or lists containing only games that you have videos for, videos+snaps, videos+flyers+wheels or any combination of those. No more missing images/videos if you don't like having missing artwork showing up in your front-end.
Easily update your support files from within Lightspeed (but please click the links provided in the pop-up to support the support files creators/maintainers).
A preset filter for “All Killer No Filler!”, a list of great games compiled by the user “BadMouth” over the Arcade Controls forum.
Generates lists by platform using presets for: All Arcade Games, NeoGeo, CPS1, CPS2, CPS3, Cave, PGM, Zinc, Atomiswave, Naomi or Hikaru, individually or in combination.
Generate lists by source driver. Everything supported by Mame is listed. You just need to know which one to pick. Just select a driver from the drop-down menu, “stv.cpp” for example, to generate a list containing only Sega STV games. All other filters affect this list as well, so you can fine tune the final result according to your needs.
Built-in snapshot preview, so you can verify visually the games being imported into your list.
Built-in clone list-view, from where you can selectively add clones to your final output list using a context menu accessible on right-click.
Built-in game launcher. Double click any game in either list-view to launch the game in Mame, a quick way to test games when in doubt if you should or not add them into your exported list.
Built-in move/copy filtered ROMs and CHDs, so you can now easily create a clean set that precisely matches your exported list, great for populating and synchronizing multiple machines while saving a ton of space since you are only adding the games that you really have, want or actually play.
Support for multiple front-end's game list export formats. The current version supports: Launchbox, Attract-mode, Hyperspin, PinballX, Maximus Arcade*, Mala*, mGalaxy, MameUIFX, MameWah (untested), AtomicFE, Advance Menu, Cabrio, XML, Rom list, Description List and Missing Lists for Zip files and CHD folders.
Refine your final list even further by selecting and deleting the games your don't want or use F2 to rename the game description before exporting.
* Maximus Arcade and Mala require third-party programs to convert the lists generated by Lightspeed to their final format. For more info, please see the links session at the end of this document. Exclusive for the Launchbox Frontend
Quickly and easily imports your filtered list of Mame games into Launchbox. This is a completely automated system that will add all necessary metadata and artwork, while setting up emulators, rom paths and platforms automatically. It will also add a ton of filterable custom fields, not originally created by Launchbox. Run Lightspeed, set all paths, press export and re-open launchbox. It's that simple!
Imports metadata from History.dat selectively. You can choose what kind of information you want to parse: Bio, Technical, Trivia, Tips&Tricks, Staff, Ports, Scoring and/or Updates.
When it comes to the “export” versions of the games, History.dat only mentions that for more information you should refer to the original game, the Japanese version more than often. Lightspeed tries, as much as possible, to extract that information from the original game and recycle that information into the other sister games, so your metadata will actually look more complete since “export”.
games will now contain the metadata from the original game.
“Prevent Duplicates” prevents the same game from being imported multiple times.
Auto-backup of your Launchbox.xml file before it patches it, so you can revert what was done at any time by renaming the file back to "Launchbox.xml".

How To Install it? Download and unzip all contents into any folder of you preference. Try to avoid using "elevated" folders, meaning the ones that require Admin rights ("program files" etc), but if you do, make sure that all files are set to run as admin.

How Does it Work? Please read the manual. It's pretty straight forward! What's up with the name? The program is super fast when it comes to populating LaunchBox with Mame games. The copy/move roms feature is as fast as your computer can copy/move files, so it can take a while. Lightspeed will import a fully filtered, entire Mame collection (around 2700 out of 36000 games) in about 25 seconds (depending on your machine), including filtering and exporting. The filtering system is by far the most comprehensive available, with over 100 filters at your disposal. Is it Buggy? You tell me! It's a Beta :) Screenshots or it didn't happen... Thank you: To the Launchbox team, especially Jason Carr for the awesome job done on this forntend. To a few guys brave enough to give it a spin while in alpha stage and for all the feature suggestions: DOS76, CADScott, CriticalCid, Drybonz. Cheers, -Kris ps.: moderators, please feel free to delete the other related threads. Thanks!
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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por ferhound » 30/09/16 18:34

Podes jugar online con esto? Es para Windows?
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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por Magnus87 » 30/09/16 19:30

ferhound escribió:Podes jugar online con esto? Es para Windows?
Que tiene que ver con jugar online?

Es un programa que te ayuda a filtrar y limpiar los romset de MAME
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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por ferhound » 30/09/16 20:33

Habría estado bueno una alternativa a kaillera con un menú un poco mas user friendly para milenials.
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Re: Tutorial MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

Mensaje por Magnus87 » 05/09/18 12:46

Estaba en duda si publicarlo aca o en el post de 5duros ....

Desde la ultima versión de LaunchBox (8.6) se ha mejorado la importación de ROMSET de MAME permitiendo filtrar semejante cantidad de ROMS, por ejemplo aquellos que están basados en maquinas de Pachinko o juegos exclusivamente Europeos, por nombrar algunas de las categorías a filtrar



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