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FF9 Movie Viewer?
« on: 2001-03-08 10:27:00 »
Hey, does anyone know a good program for viewing the movies on the PSX FF9 discs that works well?  I have one but it plays the movies a little too fast, and that makes all of the sounds too high.  If you have one, can you give me the address?

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« Reply #1 on: 2001-03-08 13:14:00 »
psmlpay will do it for you without even taking them off the cds!!
go grab it from http://segu.psxemu.com" TARGET=_blank>http://segu.psxemu.com
wehn u open it, right click and select analyse cd, then itll check the cd and save the result, then you get a list.

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« Reply #2 on: 2001-03-09 02:51:00 »
Cool... it works kinda, but the sound seems to get ahead of the movie, then you have to pause/play to get it back on (not noticable in the short movies)

I can't figure out how to make it output an AVI either...  :(  I tell it to, I even tell it WHERE to put it, then play the movie etc., no AVI ever pops up.


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« Reply #3 on: 2001-03-09 03:19:00 »
it DOES work, ive done it with chrono cross.

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« Reply #4 on: 2001-03-11 12:42:00 »
Damn I forgot my password..
btw, U can't run them in win 2000, tell me where to d/l a movie ripper that can work in Win2K if there is..