Question about loading TIM files

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Question about loading TIM files

Post by Zentek » June 10th, 2021, 8:11 pm

Hello all,
so I have some questions about the following problem:
1. How do I load TIM Files from CD (if possible with code example)
2. How do I test this in the Emulator? Via BUILDCD ? I would like to use mkpsxiso.

I hope someone can explain this things to me :D

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Post by wildmonkeydan » August 1st, 2021, 10:14 pm

Have a look at wituz on YouTube. He does tutorials on loading Tim's and building cd images using his libraries

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Post by Shadow » August 2nd, 2021, 7:12 pm

There's examples on these forums on how to load TIM files. As for loading them from the CD, there are examples on how to load data on the forums too. Sony even has examples in their SAMPLES directory. To build a CD-ROM image, there is an example under the 'Help' section.
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