Super Nintendo

SNES9X (SNES Emulator)
version: Build 4.4.1
runs on firmware: 3.41 & under

If you exit a ROM with L3+R3, you can return back to the game while inside the ROM Browser menu by pressing

L2+R2 simultaneously.

Change log for v4.4.1:
– Added pixel shaders – select them in General Settings.
The following pixel shaders have been added:
> Stock (Default shader)
> 2xSaI
> Blur
> Curved CRT
> HQ2x
> Quad interpolation
> Scanlines
> Sharpen
> Super2xSaI
> SuperEagle
all but SuperEagle, Super2xSaI and Curved CRT run at fullspeed at 1080p 16:9 – the highest resolution. If a shader doesn’t run at fullspeed on that resolution, 720p resolution 16:9/4:3 will run it just fine at fullspeed.

-PAL60 option works with 1.92 version
-Added a ‘Force NTSC ROM to PAL’ option to SNES9x Settings

snes9x-ps3-4.4.1-fw3.41 –
this is for people with firmware 3.41

snes9x-ps3-4.4.1-576pdisabled-fw1.92 –
this is for people with firmware 1.92 AND if you’d rather default to 480p if you have a CRT TV

snes9x-ps3-4.4.1-576penabled-fw1.92 –
this is for people with firmware 1.92 AND if you’d rather default to 576p if you have a CRT TV

Change log for v4.4.0:

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– PAL issues are fixed at all resolutions – ghosting is gone

– It’s now possible to run NTSC ROMs and PAL ROMs alike correctly at 576p PAL mode. When the setting ‘PAL60’ is set to ON, a trick will be applied to get NTSC ROMs to run correctly at 50Hz mode. If set to OFF, it will run PAL ROMs correctly. Even though PAL ROMs will play normally now at 480p/720p/1080p, 576p still seems to run PAL ROMs slightly better – but it’s probably unnoticeable to the user.

– Cheatcode files can now be loaded and selected/enabled ingame. Note that all zSNES and SNES9x cheatcode files are supported – everything with the .CHT extension. You can also set a Cheatfile directory. If you don’t set a Cheatfile directory, the default will be USRDIR.

Cheatfiles must have the same filename as the ROM. Here is how selecting and enabling cheats works in-game:

– Right analog stick – Left + L2 – Move cheat position back by one (-1)

– Right analog stick – Right + L2 – Move cheat position forwards by one (+1)

– Right analog stick – Up – Enable the currently selected cheat

– Right analog stick – Down – Disable the currently selected cheat

Here are two links with some quite useful cheatfiles:

https://code.google.com/p/snes9x-gx/…p;can=2&q=

http://zsnes.zophar.net/cht/

ONLY FOR 1.92 USERS

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There still remains the issue that with the FW 1.92 versions you can’t switch the resolution easily – so I have had to resort to including two builds for 1.92 (just for the people who are running this on CRT TVs – the PS3 has this odd habit of picking as the best resolution exactly the resolution you do not want to use in the first place :P).

snes9x-ps3-4.4.0-fw3.41.pkg – this is the one most people would want to use – for firmware 3.41 and up

snes9x-ps3-4.4.0-576penabled-fw1.92.pkg – 576p is enabled in PARAM.SFO – so if you’re running this on a CRT TV and your TV happens to be PAL, it will select 576p first and you’re stuck with that resolution basically because there is no resolution switching with the 1.92 version (this has never been possible even up to now – but I’m just mentioning it for the first time since it’s only now becoming an issue due to certain people using it on a CRT TV and getting stuck in PAL mode).

snes9x-ps3-4.4.0-576pdisabled-fw1.92.pkg – 576p is disabled in PARAM.SFO – so if you’re running this on a CRT TV – even if your TV happens to be PAL, it will select 480p and you will be stuck with that resolution basically because there is no resolution switching with the 1.92 version.

BTW, for all people using this on HDTVs – don’t worry about this long-winded explanation – it will automatically pick the best resolution for your TV with the 1.92 version. Resolution switching is possible with 3.41 so users with FW 3.41 get the best end of the deal at the moment until we figure out a way to be able to switch resolutions with 1.92.

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