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Old 13-03-18, 08:18   #71
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Thanks to Victor and Red Lion for source code.
How large is it, filesize-wise, btw?
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Old 13-03-18, 08:43   #72
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55.4 MB, but actually 42.3 MB if you don't count the backup folders that are in there (from TR2 it seems).
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Old 13-03-18, 11:04   #73
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It's even less than that without the level files. The TR2 backup part is rather crucial, I'd say.

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Later when the situation is a little calmer, I would like to learn what happened to make Git-hub close the site so fast! I really didn't expect that and thought that with the level of SE interest, it would take several months before a lawyer told them to do something?
It's a service aimed at programmers and I think they have efficient tools to quickly asses reports of copyrighted content being shared without permission. One user report was probably enough for them to take a look and take it down.

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It's just speculation on my end but I guess there was no lawyer involved. The Realtech guys possibly use private Github repositories to host their code but forgot the tick the corresponding checkbox for the TOMB3 repository. When they noticed that tiny faux-pas they quickly'ish rectified it.
That would have been a pretty embarrassing mishap, but I guess that's possible.
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Old 13-03-18, 11:21   #74
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It's a service aimed at programmers and I think they have efficient tools to quickly asses reports of copyrighted content being shared without permission. One user report was probably enough for them to take a look and take it down.
Funny thing is, without attention things can just slip by even if they're public. The Opera 12 browser source code for example was hosted on Github for about a year before anyone discovered it/brought it to wider attention.

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Old 13-03-18, 11:38   #75
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I didn't know that TR2 playstation version run on 60fps with retroarch core mednafen beetle hw on high internal resolution with vulkan renderer and with widescreen hack, or i'm blind or not, i use low end gpu r7 250 1gb because of that i have around 55fps who have strong gpu its easy to catch 60fps, here is screenshot


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Old 13-03-18, 11:47   #76
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I think it's some form of denterlacing doubling the frame rate.
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Probably, but nice to play on 60fps even playstation version.

Edit: I figured it out, its internal framelimit option in mednafen beetle option is real fps and its still on 30fps.

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Old 13-03-18, 13:39   #78
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Funny thing is, without attention things can just slip by even if they're public. The Opera 12 browser source code for example was hosted on Github for about a year before anyone discovered it/brought it to wider attention.
That's what I meant: without active monitoring of the internet, somebody interested in Tomb Raider things must have seen it, and instead of reacting normally by being happy, decided to make a complaint! That's why the speculation of 40Fathoms of an embarrassing or deliberate mishaps make sense!
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Funny thing is, without attention things can just slip by even if they're public. The Opera 12 browser source code for example was hosted on Github for about a year before anyone discovered it/brought it to wider attention.
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That's what I meant: without active monitoring of the internet, somebody interested in Tomb Raider things must have seen it, and instead of reacting normally by being happy, decided to make a complaint! That's why the speculation of 40Fathoms of an embarrassing or deliberate mishaps make sense!
Yes, we just had more attention brought to this despite Tomb Raider being a lot, lot more obscure than the Opera browser.

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Probably, but nice to play on 60fps even playstation version.

Edit: I figured it out, its internal framelimit option in mednafen beetle option is real fps and its still on 30fps.
The games were supposedly capped to 30FPS due to how rendering of the 3D graphics was interwoven with game logic. I wonder how Realtech dealt with this, but I guess he did whatever work there had to be done to change the old method to a modern one.
Please resize your screenshot, it's stretching the forum page.


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The remasters aren't a done deal just yet, it seems... or is it just about the mods?
https://twitter.com/realtech_VR/stat...69030172753920

Either way I hope they greenlight it...

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I would like a copy myself so I can study it. It might come in handy for my uni course later this year.
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