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Reply 20 of 25, by Lord Szechenyi

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BardBun wrote on 2021-01-27, 21:28:
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In DOSBox, not Windows.

oh okay the actual command i had to input was "install" so now it works, thanks

Now the problem is that dosbox doesn't recognize munt, although i reinstalled it

Reply 21 of 25, by BardBun

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With every DOS game you will always have to enter the "install" or "setup" in order to choose the correct sound/music and sometimes graphics options.
Even if all files are already installed and in the folder.

Reply 22 of 25, by Lord Szechenyi

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sergm wrote on 2021-01-27, 12:25:

Note, the vanilla DOSBox also offers a way of capturing raw MIDI stream from a game. The official manual states:

CTRL-ALT-F8 Start/Stop the recording of raw MIDI commands.

and I used to capture a few nice tracks in times prior to mt32emu-qt era 😉

where does it record it to?

Reply 23 of 25, by Lord Szechenyi

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BardBun wrote on 2021-01-27, 21:34:

With every DOS game you will always have to enter the "install" or "setup" in order to choose the correct sound/music and sometimes graphics options.
Even if all files are already installed and in the folder.

you're absolutely right! i even remember using setup for prince of persia, i'm such an idiot for not thinking of trying that.

Reply 24 of 25, by BardBun

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DOSBox saves all files (screenshots, videos, etc.) in the %appdata% folder:
AppData\Local\DOSBox\

As for MUNT, did you install the right version for your PC?
I think there are 3 different versions, I'm using the AMD64 one, as I have an AMD CPU.

Also are you using HDR on your monitor or why do all your screenshots look like you have brightness set to 9 million?

Reply 25 of 25, by Lord Szechenyi

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BardBun wrote on 2021-01-27, 21:42:
DOSBox saves all files (screenshots, videos, etc.) in the %appdata% folder: AppData\Local\DOSBox\ […]
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DOSBox saves all files (screenshots, videos, etc.) in the %appdata% folder:
AppData\Local\DOSBox\

As for MUNT, did you install the right version for your PC?
I think there are 3 different versions, I'm using the AMD64 one, as I have an AMD CPU.

Also are you using HDR on your monitor or why do all your screenshots look like you have brightness set to 9 million?

i have this version https://sourceforge.net/projects/munt/

And yes, i have HDR on since my television supports HDR (however they don't look like that on my screen, and for some reasons some websites just dont like me taking a screenshot)