Very nice umjammer, and welcome aboard! If you post further updates here I can add you to the PS3 Dev class on the site as well.Sponsored Links
I was just playing Apple II games the other night, as I posted here HEHE:
I cant wait to see more Emulators for the ps3.. great work man!Sponsored Links
In case anyone doesn't know, this is similar to other PS3 BD-J stuff... extract the files and add ROMs to the ROOT of a Flash Drive/USB Drive/Camera/MP3 Player (SD Cards don't seem to work for many users) and go to Videos and Choose "AVCHD" to run it.Sponsored Links
Ya, I was just thinking about your post from the other day. What a coincidence, huh.
Nice work, umjammer. I hope to see some updates.
When you use a SD Card, you need to place AVCHD folder under PRIVATE directory like
Great progress on the dev scene. Is it lack of drivers for the keyboard, or just needing the right coding at this point?
The target archtecture of BD-J is a Blu-ray Player. Blu-ray Player's input device is only a remote controller. On PS3 BD-J, Sixaxis or USB keyboard accepts only remote controller keys mapped virtually.
So when we want a full keyboard for PC emulation, we need to write virtual keyboard code.
love all the homebrew being released.. can i google apple 2 games? sorry are they freeware thanks