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Old 06 April 2017, 09:14   #1
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Nvidia Shield - input lag

Hi folks,

Just a quick one, I've been off the scene for a while but was just wondering what my best option is for running .hdf files on my Nvidia Shield? I've tried UAE4Arm and I don't know whether I had it configured correctly, but I had quite severe input lag. I was playing SWOS so maybe I'm asking for a bit much, but the players seemed to not react quite as quickly as I'm used to, and at the end of matches (when the players run off the field) many of the players were noticeably stuttering off the field.

Are there some optimum settings I should be adopting or a better emulator I could use? I was attempting to emulate A1200 with a SWOS hdf file.

Many thanks
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Old 06 April 2017, 12:49   #2
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Might be worth trying to emulate some older hardware, most games should run on a base Amiga 500 which is likely less work to emulate?
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Old 06 April 2017, 14:02   #3
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Hi folks,

Just a quick one, I've been off the scene for a while but was just wondering what my best option is for running .hdf files on my Nvidia Shield? I've tried UAE4Arm and I don't know whether I had it configured correctly, but I had quite severe input lag. I was playing SWOS so maybe I'm asking for a bit much, but the players seemed to not react quite as quickly as I'm used to, and at the end of matches (when the players run off the field) many of the players were noticeably stuttering off the field.

Are there some optimum settings I should be adopting or a better emulator I could use? I was attempting to emulate A1200 with a SWOS hdf file.

Many thanks
there aren't good emulators in Android they are all very lame and incomplete full of bugs
if you want to try AMiga emulation in a tablet is by far better to use a win 8 or win 10 tablet then you can use winuae
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Old 06 April 2017, 14:39   #4
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Have you tried running the adf in quickstart a500 mode? Is it the same?
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Old 12 April 2017, 23:32   #5
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Thanks guys, I'm trying the A500 but now getting an "Error: File open error" with a big nasty red screen in AmigaDOS. Any ideas?

The game I'm trying to load is a .hdf of SWOS 16/17. I've zipped it up and have attached it in the hope that someone can help. If you can get it to load and play well, I'd be eternally grateful if you'd share your UAE4Arm settings with me (I'm using Nvidia Shield TV). I'm a bit lost to be honest!
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