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  1. Coming Soon... SSF for FX3! Once the new DOFLinx is released, I will upload 2 sets of "FX3 SSF" PuP-Packs! The "DEFAULT TRIGGERS" PuP-Packs set will work for all tables with the standard Flippers, Slings, Bumpers, Drain, Ball In, Launch, and Nudge for SSF. These will use the same sounds and 3D positions for every table. You simply setup DOFLinx for PUP SSF, and then copy these pup packs into your PinUPSystem folder. For a more Complete SSF Experience: Now, if you want more than the default sounds and positions...well this will require some editing of PuP-Packs from yourself or others. I will make available, the "ALL TRIGGERS" PuP-Packs that can be a more table specific and complete SSF experience. HOWEVER, these need to be COMPLETED! You would only copy over one of these PuP-Pack if you intend to edit them! You simply need to play the game (using this version of the pack for the table), listen to the "numbers" you hear (and note where you heard it). Then you edit the PuP-Pack, find the trigger using the "number" you heard, and then change the sound file to what kind of action it is, and edit the 3d position of where the sound should come from. It may sound complex...its not. Its very easy. Just watch my entire video and you will see me explain everything.
  2. SAMBuild3.1 beta thread

    Something to keep in mind... If you have more that one gamepad / controller connected....only ONE of those controllers will actually cause a tilt warning. So if for example you have a Pinscape (configured as gamepad) and another gamepad controller connected...and you have VPX set to use the X Axis... both of them will make the table "nudge" like it should. However only one of them will actually cause a TILT. Problem is, you don't get to choose which controller! (and you may not know which one is supposed to work) This is a fairly unknown "bug" / function limitation of vpx that many may not know about. It can cause a problem with no TILT occurring depending on the user's cabinet setup. Some people may not be as good a player as they think they are!
  3. So after almost 3 years it finally happened. I now have a lockdown bar.... as well as a new 1 player - 2 stick control panel (instead of the monster 2 player - 3 stick 1000 button panel). The 2nd stick is still great for MAME 2 stick games, but is awesome for pinball games like The Getaway! But there's a twist! Presenting the world's first control panel blower fan vent. This works so much better for me than having it come out through the coin return or on top of the cab! Is all of this goofy and different than everyone else's cab? Yup...what else would you expect from me?
  4. SAMBuild3.1 beta thread

    Glad you got to check it out! I would love to see that working in your cab someday!
  5. So...now that I had some time....yes...after 3 years...the cab is shaking!!! I finally installed a real Stern Shaker Motor.
  6. Into the abyss of the inside of my cabinet...
  7. Progress is slow....but the plunger is done...
  8. Stranger Things: Stranger Edition! A video demo of ScottyWic's fantastic Stranger Things: Stranger Edition table for VPX..... featuring DOF, MX Leds, and PinUP Player awesomeness!
  9. Some long overdue cabinet upgrades are coming...
  10. Announcing my All-New Tron Legacy LE, VPX PinUP Player PuP-Packs. 3 different packs for almost any cabinet configuration. The Max Pack: PuP Backglass, PuP Topper, and real DMD or virtual DMD on their own screens. This is by far the best looking version. For anyone who has a real DMD or an LCD DMD screen. (Topper is optional). Has a brand new "framed" backglass with animated lens flares and colour changing neon effects to match the neon ramps and the gamemodes, other animations and new Topper videos. It makes the older PuP-Pack look very boring and simple in comparison. (2 Backglass video layers, 2 Topper video layers). 3 on 1 screen Pack: PuP Backglass, PuP Topper, DMD (PinMAME or DMDExt) are all on the Backglass screen. For those who MUST have their virtual DMD on the backglass screen (16:9) and don't have room for anything else. If you have a "square" backglass screen, then you can try the other two packs ("Max Pack" or "2 on 1") and have the DMD below the PuP Backglass. This Pack uses still image overlays for the new "framed" neon border. This overlay will change neon colours for game modes as well, but only has single colour transparency, and can't have animated neon or flares, or other animation on the border, so it's not as nice looking as the "Max Pack". You need to position your virtual DMD at the bottom center of the PuP Backglass. (1 Backglass video layer, 2 Topper video layers, virtual DMD Layer, 1 Overlay layer) 2 on 1 screen Pack: PuP Backglass, and PuP Topper on the Backglass screen. Real DMD or LCD DMD on a separate screen (unless you have a square screen that gives you space for it below the PuP Backglass) For those who want the Topper on the backglass screen (16:9) and don't have room for anything else. If you have a "square" backglass screen, then you can also try the "Max Pack" and have the DMD below the PuP Backglass (Topper is optional with Max Pack). This uses still image overlays for the new "framed" neon border. This overlay will change neon colours for game modes as well, but only has single colour transparency, and can't have animated neon or flares, or other animation on the border, so it's not as nice looking as the "Max Pack". A video demo of all 3 packs can be seen here:
  11. I've been a busy boy for the last few weeks... I'm helping Nailbuster test a new front end he's been working on called PinUP Popper! It's made for virtual pinball, but also can be used for probably most emulator systems, or PC Games as well. The video does a better job at explaining it than my typing... ...cool stuff.
  12. Here's a video (featuring my new Tron PuP-Pack) demonstrating PinUP Players' new WIP features such as Overlay and Underlay support both of which can be changed by any trigger (note the NEON colours change for MB modes,etc). It also shows the new Splash Video function (plays a new video then returns to previous video instead of stopping it), as well as using StopFile to stop only specific files that may be playing, or StopPlayer to stop all videos on a screen. So you have a DMDExt DMD overtop an Overlay still image, which is over top of two Topper video layers, and a Backglass layer which uses an Underlay still image as well. NOTE: this PuP-Pack is for those who don't have a 3rd screen DMD or real DMD. Until these new PuP features came along, this wasn't possible! Two other PuP-Packs will be made for the other setups!
  13. Yes, I saw the he is doing that. It's awesome, and BAM is in my opinion a requirement now. The only thing missing is a watermark free version included. DOFLinx is a program that works with much more than FP...and it's always being updated. It also requires B2S Server and DOF installed to work with it, so it can't really be bundled with FP easily as a standalone install.
  14. This is definitely a step in the right direction. This would hopefully allow for a Backglass or Topper,etc that would have almost anything you wanted...but utilizing today's hardware and looking slick and smooth. Imagine much better looking T3, Scared Stiff, Circus Voltaire,Fast Break backglass with real-time moving elements for rom based tables. For original tables, you could do some really neat little games mixed in, movies, anything really. You should also be able to use "proper" LAYERS for a backglass with videos and scoring,etc...much more in line with what you would see in a JJP backglass. This may also pave the way for a B2S Server replacement that was eventually needed at some point...while hopefully keeping B2S Server separate for legacy stuff. While daunting at first... this could lead to some amazing stuff.
  15. Hey Lucky. Here is a 3 part video if you want to see me install PuP....first video is mostly preparing your system first.....mostly standard stuff...but it may help explain some things for what pup uses. 2nd is the install....and the 3rd is a test of pup on each system. I have links to everything needed in the description for the videos.