@colstar yeah that's understandable if you are new to this. My point is you don't even have to use a UBS stick to transfer ROMs. Can do it all with your PC and its not even a very technical process. But if you like the USB way that's cool
you could try and harvest the old games and settings from your old sd card via an sd card reader and an OS that can read the ext4 partition, but IMO this is ultimately more trouble than just starting over.
You can use thumbnail video preview in Windows explorer to sort your files. If there is no preview, then the Pi4 will not be able to read it correctly.
Download a video encoder like Shutter Encoder and tune settings to your convenience.
@Blackhero How are you starting RetroArch ? AFAIK, you need to start with a Disc enabled libretro core for the options to be available. This includes SegaCD, PCEngine-CD, 3DO and Saturn for the PI.
You should start a game in one of these systems and then check if the disk menus (LOAD/DUMP) show up.
@MDtar7 Im running out of ideas, but try enabling SMB 1.0 support on your PC.
Its in Control Panel, Programs and Features, Turn Windows Feature On or Off and select SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support. Restart your computer and try it again.
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Sorry for late reply, but thanks! As I understand it, for the playstation you have to do some manual changes for each games that dosen't support analog etc.
But for Snes, Nes, Sega and Arcade I can just go in via the retroarch menu while playing a game and add multitap support and core save.
How do you enable Use Local Art? I have my videos named "romname.mp4" so I will rename them to "romname-video.mp4"
Open the Emulationstation menu with Start and try looking through the available options - I think it's in the UI sub-menu (?).
Also, so that is what that little pop up box is for, not sure how I missed that in the Docs. What does this part mean: "(the bottom face button is recommended as to not accidentally change anything) " ?