I have looked at every (I believe) tutorial in this area and it seems like everyone is running either Project 64 or 1964. Unfortunately, I am using a Mac, so i have to use Sixtyforce. So does anyone know how to do any of this for Sixtyforce?
What folders are in the main sixtyforce directory? If there is a plugins folder, put rice's video plugin in there, and create a folder in there called "hires_texture". Inside that folder, create another one called "The Legend Of Zelda", and extract you textures into it. Now open your emulator and set the video plugin to rice's and configure it to load hi res textures. That should work.
place the BMGlib.DLL file in sixtyforce's main directory. I remember that has to be done with project 64 so it's probably the same. Also don't put both texture packs in the LOZ folder, only put one in at a time (the one you want loaded).
Try putting it in the same folder you have sixtyforce in, though I'm not sure how it will work on your computer, I'm just guessing to try to help. If it still doesn't work, try the internet. Search for how to get rice's to work on your computer/with your emulator.
Yeah i appreciate you tryin to help. Ive searched on the internet for a while and can't find anything. Maybe Rice's plugin just doesn't work on Sixtyforce. I can run other emulators like Project 64 through a program called CrossOver which let's you run Windows programs without needing Boot Camp or Parallels Desktop. I could use those emulators, but i can't get my Xbox 360 controller to work with them for some reason.
Did you open the emulator, go to options, configure controller plugin, then select XBOX 360 controller from the drop down menu, then set which buttons to use for each button by clicking the box and pressing the button you want.
ok, can you change the plugin? It's best to use Jabo's Direct Input 7 1.6, or at least I know that one works. I used to use Xbox controllers, but it wouldn't let me press RT and LT at the same time, so I had to switch to some other controller I found lying around the house.
You may have to play it with the keyboard... I dunno, the controller usually installs itself automatically, are you using wireless? I know if it's a controller with a lead it works but I've never tried wireless. Try the internet again see if you need to download anything for your computer to get Xbox controllers working.
yeah its wireless. Works fine on the Mac side. I had to buy a USB reciever (made by Microsoft) for my computer to find the wireless, but everything works fine. I have tried to install Windows Xbox 360 Controller drivers, but for some reason they never load. See here they are just sitting in my c drive.