Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#11 » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:38 pm

love me some monkey island :D
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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#12 » Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:41 pm

Would love to play Loom on my Dreamcast

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#13 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 12:02 pm

Sorry for reviving an old thread, but I am currently working on compiling some emulator discs for DC. Is there a limit for how many games I can put on the ScummVM disc (I use version 2.0.0). If I place more than 12 games on the disc, the menu text for the games below no 12 get distorted when running the cdi in Demul, and on a regular Dreamcast the disc just keeps loading and loading...

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#14 » Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:47 pm

Hey thanks for this tutorial! It worked perfect :D

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#15 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:22 am

Nice tutorial!
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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#16 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 1:28 am

CD-DA Seemed to work best for me!

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#17 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 5:28 am

This works for the latest scummvm? or not friendly with the gdemu? resets after it starts to load. The bootdreams technique

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#18 » Sat Mar 07, 2020 7:10 am

A good way to avoid your room filled with wrong Scumm cd attempts, is to test the .cdi files before burn them,
using NullDC or Demul;
ScummDC works great with these emulators

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#19 » Sun Apr 26, 2020 9:01 am

Hello,

The tutorial is superb and there are a lot of games available for download on the internet.
My goal, as French, is to offer games in French version.
I found a lot of them, but what surprised me, moreover, is that there are a lot of them that are not cracked, that is to say that we have to enter the protective core of the game.
So I told myself that the solution was to start from the original amiga (.adf) or Atari ST (.st) files and transform them so that it is readable by ScummVM.
This is where I unfortunately can't do it :(
According to other recovered amiga or Atari ST games, it seems that the files present in these formats should be extracted.
Could someone explain to me ?
Thank you in advance ;)

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Re: Tutorial: How to create your own ScummVM discs.

Post#20 » Sun Apr 26, 2020 6:24 pm

ShindouGo wrote:Hello,

The tutorial is superb and there are a lot of games available for download on the internet.
My goal, as French, is to offer games in French version.
I found a lot of them, but what surprised me, moreover, is that there are a lot of them that are not cracked, that is to say that we have to enter the protective core of the game.
So I told myself that the solution was to start from the original amiga (.adf) or Atari ST (.st) files and transform them so that it is readable by ScummVM.
This is where I unfortunately can't do it :(
According to other recovered amiga or Atari ST games, it seems that the files present in these formats should be extracted.
Could someone explain to me ?
Thank you in advance ;)


on the web you can find quite all the work already done, i sent you a pm

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