UD-CPS2: Fully Consolized Capcom Play System 2

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  • RufusRufus An unexpected database error has occurred. Joined: Posts: 1,966
    Can you drive it out with the spindle on a mill/drill press/lathe?
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  • PrinceMurphyPrinceMurphy Joined: Posts: 322
    eltrouble wrote: »
    Got to play check out a UD cps2 this weekend at final round. Awesome device.

    Nice! I'm glad to see more people are getting their hands on it. I didn't even hear there was one there. I thought everyone was just playing ST on the cabs. How many setups did you guys use? Was it used for tourneys too?

    They used cabs in the arcade room for the tourney. There was one UD-Cps2 in the BYOC area.
  • jwyderjwyder Joined: Posts: 59
    Just finished reading the entire thread. I just bought a Marvel Vs Capcom B board in the process. I am definitely getting one of these. Now if I could just find a Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo or X... There is a local scene here called EXP Gaming (Oak Park, IL) I will see if they will run a tournament with this!! Thanks UD!!
  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    Glad you guys are enjoying these as they spread around to various gatherings!

    If anyone is wondering what's going on with these, I am still building them, but very slowly and I feel bad that it's taking me so long (I am months and dozens of orders behind. I don't typically take money up front, so I'm glad I'm not sitting on a bunch of people's money, but I still hate being so behind like this). I'm hoping to be caught up and have some extras built before EVO, but if the first few months of this year are any indicator as to how the rest of the year will go, I'm not so foolish as to make any promises.
    -ud
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    undamned wrote: »
    But they are no match for drill.
    -ud

    So I guess Dremel vs. Pins are a 10:0 matchup.
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  • ISIMORNISIMORN CLAW Joined: Posts: 74
    Planet RV and Wandfeuer (German guys you sold one) brang it at some gathering in Nancy, France, it had huge succes as expected ^^ They are supposed to bring it again at Stunfest in Rennes, France, for some hotel freeplay lol ! In Lyon, we can't wait for the one you have on your to-built list for me lol !

    See you soon at EVO ! :)
  • eltroubleeltrouble Joined: Posts: 5,718
    Team Schlenkerwili is the savior of EU ST.
  • fatboyfatboy I beat anorexia: 10-0 Joined: Posts: 1,853
    Are these still being produced?
    Am I hungry? Sure, I could eat...
  • Pez_ManPez_Man AND1 Joined: Posts: 31
    i believe so
    fatboy. i just got mine in yesterday and it works great.
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  • eltroubleeltrouble Joined: Posts: 5,718
    fatboy wrote: »
    Are these still being produced?

    Yup. Undamned is working on a batch right now. To be sent out to a whole bunch of lucky people prior to Evo. I believe some people are even slated to get them after Evo?
  • SolminSolmin Joined: Posts: 160
    guess im waiting til Brian announces next batch. i just hope he doesnt get burned out.
  • Smashbro29Smashbro29 Waiting for the new Framemeister... Joined: Posts: 7,199
    Now all we need is a CPS2 flashcart.
  • 69mustang69mustang Joined: Posts: 140
    Smashbro29 wrote: »
    Now all we need is a CPS2 flashcart.


    That's Darksoft's next project.

    http://64darksoft.blogspot.com/
  • Smashbro29Smashbro29 Waiting for the new Framemeister... Joined: Posts: 7,199
    69mustang wrote: »
    Smashbro29 wrote: »
    Now all we need is a CPS2 flashcart.


    That's Darksoft's next project.

    http://64darksoft.blogspot.com/

    I see a lot about CPS3 but can't find anything about CPS2.
  • 69mustang69mustang Joined: Posts: 140
    He announced it on the Neo forums, he won't go into detail about it until the ST-V carts are done (maybe a few weeks or a month or more). Bookmark the site and check back on it from time to time.
  • Smashbro29Smashbro29 Waiting for the new Framemeister... Joined: Posts: 7,199
    69mustang wrote: »
    He announced it on the Neo forums, he won't go into detail about it until the ST-V carts are done (maybe a few weeks or a month or more). Bookmark the site and check back on it from time to time.

    I didn't get a chance to fully read through it, does he do flash carts for all arcade types?
  • 69mustang69mustang Joined: Posts: 140
    Smashbro29 wrote: »
    69mustang wrote: »
    He announced it on the Neo forums, he won't go into detail about it until the ST-V carts are done (maybe a few weeks or a month or more). Bookmark the site and check back on it from time to time.

    I didn't get a chance to fully read through it, does he do flash carts for all arcade types?

    No, he started with decrypting CPS3 carts, then developed a custom bios for them. No battery was needed afterwards, now carts could be resurrected/converted. Then he moved onto converting Atomiswave games to Naomi. Once he hit a wall with that, he moved onto the ST-V flash cart. When those are done, he said he will finish up with the AW to Naomi conversions and focus on a CPS2 multiboot board, not sure if that means a flash cart/board or what.

  • Smashbro29Smashbro29 Waiting for the new Framemeister... Joined: Posts: 7,199
    69mustang wrote: »
    Smashbro29 wrote: »
    69mustang wrote: »
    He announced it on the Neo forums, he won't go into detail about it until the ST-V carts are done (maybe a few weeks or a month or more). Bookmark the site and check back on it from time to time.

    I didn't get a chance to fully read through it, does he do flash carts for all arcade types?

    No, he started with decrypting CPS3 carts, then developed a custom bios for them. No battery was needed afterwards, now carts could be resurrected/converted. Then he moved onto converting Atomiswave games to Naomi. Once he hit a wall with that, he moved onto the ST-V flash cart. When those are done, he said he will finish up with the AW to Naomi conversions and focus on a CPS2 multiboot board, not sure if that means a flash cart/board or what.

    Well it'd definitely make one of these a more viable product, not every day you find CPS2 games at the flea market.
  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    Yeah, CPS2 flash cart will be a dream come true. CPS1 would be a godsend as well. Darksoft also has plans for Taito F3 flash carts. I'm also a big F3 fan (F2 would be sweet as well) :D
    -ud
  • UnessentialUnessential Joined: Posts: 1,170
    edited June 2014
    I didn't think sony manufactured those A/V multi out ports for the public. where are you getting those? I certainly hope you're not sacrificing playstations for them
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  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    I didn't think sony manufactured those A/V multi out ports for the public. where are you getting those? I certainly hope you're not sacrificing playstations for them
    Well, that was out of left field...

    On a weekly basis, game shops and other sellers are dumping stacks (literally) of broken PS1s on ebay. Theoretically, someone could buy them, track down parts to repair them, repair them, track down power/av cords and controllers for them (which they don't come with in these broken lots) and lose money reselling them (as a value reference, my local retro game shop sells guaranteed working PS1 w/ accessories for $15). I on the other hand repurpose them. There are many things of value in these outside of the AV ports. If you find it your life calling to save the broken Playstations, hop on ebay and start buying. I buy hardly any compared to what is available.
    -ud

  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 23,812
    edited June 2014
    undamned wrote: »
    I didn't think sony manufactured those A/V multi out ports for the public. where are you getting those? I certainly hope you're not sacrificing playstations for them
    Well, that was out of left field...

    On a weekly basis, game shops and other sellers are dumping stacks (literally) of broken PS1s on ebay. Theoretically, someone could buy them, track down parts to repair them, repair them, track down power/av cords and controllers for them (which they don't come with in these broken lots) and lose money reselling them (as a value reference, my local retro game shop sells guaranteed working PS1 w/ accessories for $15). I on the other hand repurpose them. There are many things of value in these outside of the AV ports. If you find it your life calling to save the broken Playstations, hop on ebay and start buying. I buy hardly any compared to what is available.
    -ud
    Undammed is right, there so many broken and busted consoles on the market, that repurposing the parts out of one is not that dire.
    There alot of either very hard to fix, very expensive to fix or impossible to fix PS1 consoles out there. The original model PS1 (SCPH-1001 ) with the RCA jacks in the rear are one of the most likely to be non-working.

    Broken NES, SNES, Sega Genesis and so on are almost a dime a dozen. I purchased, repaired, restored and sold quite a new NES consoles. I tried my hand at repairing a SCPH-1001 original release model PS1, GOD FUCKING DAMN was that piece of shit hard as well to trouble shoot. Order a whole new CD drive (brand new OEM) and the stupid crap still will not read disks. No wonder a working unit of the first release PS1 sells for so much.

    For the PS1 only the Net Yaroze (developers console) PS1 sells for more than the SCPH-1001.
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  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    UD-CPS2 Raw/Unedited (Interlaced) S-Video Capture Test: Dazzle (DVC100) & AmarecTV :



    This was captured via S-Video on a Dazzle (DVC100). Though AmarecTV can deinterlace video for live view, it only records the raw interlaced video. I didn't feel like messing w/ re-encoding deinterlaced, so here is the raw interlaced capture.

    Many people think the Dazzle is a low end device, but with the proper setup, you can in fact get some solid recordings (including audio, which gives a lot of people trouble).

    Also, I was pleased to find that I didn't need to install the huge video suite that comes with the Dazzle in order to do what I want (record/stream). Simply download the device driver from the official site and then AmarecTV (+ whatever video compressor you want to use. I'm using Lagarith). I think my entire recording and streaming setup (I'm using OBS for streaming) is less than 50MB. If you are interested in AmarecTV or OBS (both of which are Free and excellent), there should be plenty of video tutorials floating around for configuring those.

    After being deinterlaced via AmarecTV for streaming in OBS, it looks pretty nice. Not bad for an older capture device that I paid $5 for + some free software.
    -ud
  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    Playing around w/ some streaming stuff and wanted know how it looks on other people's ends. My internet is pretty bad (less than 1MB) so i'm brodcasting between 500-700KB. Stream is here:
    -ud
  • FreedomGundamFreedomGundam Freedom, ikimasu! Joined: Posts: 2,521
    The stream doesn't look bad at all on my end.
    I'm surprised that I can watch it at all here at the office, considering most other things are blocked on the network (Youtube, eBay, Amazon, etc...)
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  • SolminSolmin Joined: Posts: 160
    Stream looks good. You probably get alot more feedback if this was a new topic though :)
  • NoSaltPlzNoSaltPlz Joined: Posts: 61
    Just requested one of these! Hope and pray I can get one!
  • NoSaltPlzNoSaltPlz Joined: Posts: 61
    I am a TO and want one!
  • CI581CI581 Joined: Posts: 3,297
    did you get that thing I sent you? :P
  • NoSaltPlzNoSaltPlz Joined: Posts: 61
    CI581 wrote: »
    did you get that thing I sent you? :P
    If it was sent to me, I did not
  • zenblasterzenblaster Joined: Posts: 717
    Pm sent to purchase one of these.Let me know if you have one left.thanks
  • srt4mikesrt4mike Fargo Scrub Captain Joined: Posts: 165
    edited August 2014
    PM number two about purchasing one if they are still available. Hope to hear back :)
  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 23,812
    undamned wrote: »
    So, some recent controller lag studies have been making the rounds (http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/191312/how-much-does-your-arcade-stick-lag-arcade-stick-input-lag-testing-results-thread/p1) and being as people have begun asking me questions about how UD-CPS2 relates to this, I have to point out an inadequacy of these recent tests. These tests do not reflect raw controller response time. These tests encompass how the console handles polling the controllers and the processing of the controller information in the game itself. There are far more variables running these controllers on an actual PS3 or X360 console than on UD-CPS2. The UD-CPS2 ignores the polling rate requested by the controller. It polls the controller in 1ms intervals for fresh data, regardless of the controller's USB descriptor.

    In short, if you are a UD-CPS2 user, that list is not accurate for you. For kicks, I may test the worst controller on that list (PS3 Fightstick PRO) on UD-CPS2 with an oscilloscope and post the results here.
    -ud

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  • ArgyleDXArgyleDX Joined: Posts: 0
    Hi undamned, I PM'ed you a while back, just thought I would see if these are still for sale? Let me know!
  • undamnedundamned Wake up! Time to die! Joined: Posts: 1,686
    ArgyleDX wrote: »
    Hi undamned, I PM'ed you a while back, just thought I would see if these are still for sale? Let me know!
    Sorry, I have a pile of PMs, e-mails, etc. to get to regarding UD-CPS2. I'll try and sort them in the next couple weeks. Short answer is: yes, technically they are still for sale, but I'm way behind and I will just keep adding names to the wait list with no guarantee as to when your name will come up (though I do a thorough job of keeping the order, based on date of contact).
    -ud
  • uzernaenuzernaen Joined: Posts: 3
    Someone please PM me how much does this thing cost
  • XMetalXMetal Just Be Madness Joined: Posts: 368 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    Please put me on the list. How many are in the queue?
  • eltroubleeltrouble Joined: Posts: 5,718
    You should PM undamned or email him for additional information:

    udgametech@gmail.com
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