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===Music===
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===Sample dosbox.conf file===
  
Selecting General MIDI instead of the default OPL sounds a bit more realistic.
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Windows 7 -- Allows VESA emulation for high-res graphics while in flight mode.  Sound entries are optional (see [[Sound]])
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<code>
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<br>[sdl]
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<br>fulldouble=true
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<br>fullresolution=800x600
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<br>windowresolution=800x600
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<br>priority=highest,pause
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<br>
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<br>[dosbox]
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<br>machine=vesa_nolfb
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<br>
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<br>[mixer]
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<br>ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
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<br>sbtype=sb16
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<br>
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<br>[midi]
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<br>ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
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<br>sbtype=sb16
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<br>
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<br>[gus]
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<br>ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
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<br>sbtype=sb16
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</code>
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Under Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and DOSBox 0.74 the following configuration produces excellent results. Other configurations resulted in lagged, slow, noisy audio and choppy in-flight video.
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<code>
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<br />[sdl]
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<br />fullscreen=true
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<br />fulldouble=false
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<br />fullresolution=desktop
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<br />windowresolution=original
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<br />output=direct3d
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<br />autolock=true
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<br />sensitivity=100
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<br />waitonerror=true
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<br />priority=highest,pause
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<br />mapperfile=mapper-SVN-Daum.map
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<br />pixelshader=none
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<br />
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<br />[dosbox]
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<br />language=
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<br />machine=vesa_nolfb
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<br />vmemsize=4
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<br />captures=capture
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<br />memsize=16
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<br />usescancodes=true
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<br />overscan=0
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<br />
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<br />[render]
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<br />frameskip=0
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<br />aspect=true
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<br />linewise=false
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<br />char9=false
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<br />multiscan=false
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<br />#hardware3x made the video and emulation run exceptionally well.
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<br />scaler=hardware3x
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<br />
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<br />[cpu]
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<br />core=auto
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<br />cputype=auto
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<br />cycles=auto
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<br />
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<br />[mixer]
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<br />nosound=false
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<br />swapstereo=false
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<br />rate=44100
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<br />blocksize=1024
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<br />prebuffer=12
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<br />
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<br />[midi]
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<br />mpu401=intelligent
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<br />#for mt32 requires other configuration steps outside the scope of this page
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<br />mididevice=mt32
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<br />midiconfig=
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<br />mt32ReverseStereo=off
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<br />mt32DAC=0
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<br />mt32reverb.mode=0
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<br />mt32reverb.time=5
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<br />mt32reverb.level=4
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<br />
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<br />[sblaster]
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<br />#sbpro1 is the only stereo solution that worked under my configuration.
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<br />sbtype=sbpro1
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<br />sbbase=220
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<br />irq=3
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<br />dma=1
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<br />hdma=3
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<br />sbmixer=false
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<br />oplmode=auto
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<br />oplemu=default
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<br />oplrate=44100
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<br />hardwarebase=220
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<br />
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<br />[joystick]
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<br />joysticktype=2axis
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<br />#timed to false for the Gravis Gamepad. Change it to true if your joystick or gamepad is acting funny.
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<br />timed=false
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<br />autofire=false
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<br />swap34=false
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<br />buttonwrap=false
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===Music===
  
 +
Selecting General MIDI instead of the default OPL sounds a bit more realistic.  LucasArt's sound patch may be needed to resolve some General MIDI hanging notes: http://www.lucasarts.com/support/update/tie.html
  
 
===Joystick in TIE Fighter===
 
===Joystick in TIE Fighter===
  
 
The following site mentions basic instructions on setting up a joystick in TIE Fighter: http://www.jonathanmoeller.com/screed/?p=176.  An update to the page also directs users having trouble with joystick setup to LucasArt's support page, where several updates can be downloaded, including a joystick update: http://www.lucasarts.com/support/update/tie.html.
 
The following site mentions basic instructions on setting up a joystick in TIE Fighter: http://www.jonathanmoeller.com/screed/?p=176.  An update to the page also directs users having trouble with joystick setup to LucasArt's support page, where several updates can be downloaded, including a joystick update: http://www.lucasarts.com/support/update/tie.html.

Latest revision as of 16:45, 21 April 2012

Sample dosbox.conf file

Windows 7 -- Allows VESA emulation for high-res graphics while in flight mode. Sound entries are optional (see Sound)


[sdl]
fulldouble=true
fullresolution=800x600
windowresolution=800x600
priority=highest,pause

[dosbox]
machine=vesa_nolfb

[mixer]
ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
sbtype=sb16

[midi]
ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
sbtype=sb16

[gus]
ultradir=C:\Program Files\DOSBox-extra\ULTRASND411
sbtype=sb16

Under Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and DOSBox 0.74 the following configuration produces excellent results. Other configurations resulted in lagged, slow, noisy audio and choppy in-flight video.


[sdl]
fullscreen=true
fulldouble=false
fullresolution=desktop
windowresolution=original
output=direct3d
autolock=true
sensitivity=100
waitonerror=true
priority=highest,pause
mapperfile=mapper-SVN-Daum.map
pixelshader=none

[dosbox]
language=
machine=vesa_nolfb
vmemsize=4
captures=capture
memsize=16
usescancodes=true
overscan=0

[render]
frameskip=0
aspect=true
linewise=false
char9=false
multiscan=false
#hardware3x made the video and emulation run exceptionally well.
scaler=hardware3x

[cpu]
core=auto
cputype=auto
cycles=auto

[mixer]
nosound=false
swapstereo=false
rate=44100
blocksize=1024
prebuffer=12

[midi]
mpu401=intelligent
#for mt32 requires other configuration steps outside the scope of this page
mididevice=mt32
midiconfig=
mt32ReverseStereo=off
mt32DAC=0
mt32reverb.mode=0
mt32reverb.time=5
mt32reverb.level=4

[sblaster]
#sbpro1 is the only stereo solution that worked under my configuration.
sbtype=sbpro1
sbbase=220
irq=3
dma=1
hdma=3
sbmixer=false
oplmode=auto
oplemu=default
oplrate=44100
hardwarebase=220

[joystick]
joysticktype=2axis
#timed to false for the Gravis Gamepad. Change it to true if your joystick or gamepad is acting funny.
timed=false
autofire=false
swap34=false
buttonwrap=false

Music

Selecting General MIDI instead of the default OPL sounds a bit more realistic. LucasArt's sound patch may be needed to resolve some General MIDI hanging notes: http://www.lucasarts.com/support/update/tie.html

Joystick in TIE Fighter

The following site mentions basic instructions on setting up a joystick in TIE Fighter: http://www.jonathanmoeller.com/screed/?p=176. An update to the page also directs users having trouble with joystick setup to LucasArt's support page, where several updates can be downloaded, including a joystick update: http://www.lucasarts.com/support/update/tie.html.