Have You actually tried running it? Standalone player doesn't require shaders to play thp files with full color.
Wouldnt you just be able to incorporate it into an HLE code, and just run it through HLE?dolqube said:the thp jpeg format is considered like a mac.
for it to run under windows the green and red colours are swaped.
this swap as far as i know is done using shaders which is not emulated yet!!
Here's what I think, just thinking...superbug said:Huh? I was talking about the standalone thp player distributed with gcube. It doesn't use any emulation, just simple jpeg decoding. Its true thp decoding doesn't work in gcube because of the lack of shaders support (though YUV to RGB conversion isn't exactly a simple byte swap).
Sercio said:well isos and .gcm files are same!
If you want you can rename the file
No, I don't think it's the same, it is variable.ThunderStorM said:I have renamed the iso to gmc and i have open the gmc with gcube, but nothing appears... maybe i must download the game in gmc format, not iso?