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#1 jonecool OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:23 AM

Finally got around to making a video on the FinalGROM 99.  You can check it out here: 

 

 

The video covers the following:

1.  How to use the FinalGROM 99 by Ralph Benzinger

2.  How to copy the .bin files to the FG99

3.  How to apply the 3D Printed case (I used a model from thingiverse)

4.  Testing Stuart's Browser on the FG99 (using twoodland's .bin file - worked great thank you!)

5.  Playing a small portion of many games (retro and homebrew)

6.  At the end, play the full Don't Mess With Texas Demo by Rasmus, Tursi and others (really awesome job guys!)

 

I want to thank all of the excellent TI developers (HW & SW) that keep the TI alive!  Also thanks to OmegaTI for keeping the archives up-to-date and well documented.



#2 tater1337 OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:05 AM

as nice as 3d printing is, some one really needs to make a resin mold for the carts



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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:57 AM

Damn!  I'm gonna have to step up my game, your videos are freaking NICE!



#4 arcadeshopper OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:29 PM

Finally got around to making a video on the FinalGROM 99.  You can check it out here: 
 
https://youtu.be/IZHYJkwD88k
 
The video covers the following:
1.  How to use the FinalGROM 99 by Ralph Benzinger
2.  How to copy the .bin files to the FG99
3.  How to apply the 3D Printed case (I used a model from thingiverse)
4.  Testing Stuart's Browser on the FG99 (using twoodland's .bin file - worked great thank you!)
5.  Playing a small portion of many games (retro and homebrew)
6.  At the end, play the full Don't Mess With Texas Demo by Rasmus, Tursi and others (really awesome job guys!)
 
I want to thank all of the excellent TI developers (HW & SW) that keep the TI alive!  Also thanks to OmegaTI for keeping the archives up-to-date and well documented.

Can i send you a new sticker?

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#5 jonecool OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:45 PM

I'm trying new things on each video, I have a lot to learn.  This one I tried to focus on improving audio, not sure how well that went but some effort went into it. 

 

Your videos are great, I wouldn't change a thing!  You have a much better voice for videos than I do.  I have to record/re-record mine about 10 times before I get something I actually use.  I'll need to do this for a few years before I ever try a live-stream :)  

 

I also try to make sure I don't overlap any videos that you or others have done.  Dragon's Lair was an exception, I bought some hardware specifically to capture that game and had to justify it to my wife.  I was on the hook for that video.  But, I took a different route by playing in practice mode instead of demonstrating how badly I suck at the game.  I know Tursi would much rather people play it the way you and Glen did, but I am really that bad at it.

 

Damn!  I'm gonna have to step up my game, your videos are freaking NICE!


Edited by jonecool, Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:52 PM.


#6 jonecool OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:45 PM

haha, that noticeable?

 

Can i send you a new sticker?

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