Runcommand onstart and onend is used here. When a new game is launched, a script runs which passes the rom name to the LED marquee software (http://pixelcade.org) which is then displayed on the panels. Both still image PNGs and GIF animations can be displayed by game.
This project also includes artwork that has been manually re-mastered for 128x32 for that classic 8-bit look. Disclaimer, I'm the creator for this project and sell these as kits.
I was kind of giving up hope I would get my Howler working on my Pi3. Is there a retro pi image that I can download that will have everything set up? I'm really new to all of this, and I'm also dyslexic so the amount of reading I have to do is pretty daunting.
I'd love to find an image I can just put on my SD card and start going.
Fixes the timing issue, hope this post helps anyone with the same issue. Runs great now!
( btw, definitely lower the audio_out_rate to around 33200 or something like that, and sample fidelity to lower and add some audio time skew, no framedrops or sound skips now that I could notice even when playing in 3d )
Now, finally I found another image from the retropie facebook grp... tried it and BAM, no more color problems!!! Wth?
Guess I need to compare the configs since this last one was pre-configured for crt.
Great, many thanks for the answer! :D I am going to hook up my RPi with HDMI -> VGA and VGA -> Scart so I got scared as I already ordered proper adapters and haven't even thought about it :P
I will try to give some update as soon as I got some time to test it (it would need additional RPi settings to be changed so probably it will take me some time).