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PROC & UltraDMD on Pin2DMD?

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I thought that I read somewhere that we can get the PROC and UltraDMD displays to output to Pin2DMD.  I currently have these working and displaying on my backglass LCD.  Anyone happen to have instructions/tutorial on getting these to display on Pin2DMD?

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Yes you need dmd ext I think it's called. Works great

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10 minutes ago, randr said:

Yes you need dmd ext I think it's called. Works great

Thanks.  I'm guessing this is it by Freezy?
https://github.com/freezy/dmd-extensions

Does this only work with PinballX?  Has anyone figured how to get running with HyperPin?

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It runs with anything. Or it should. Yes that's the one from freezy :)

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21 minutes ago, randr said:

It runs with anything. Or it should. Yes that's the one from freezy :)

Thanks, bro.  Appreciate the assistance.

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Anytime I can help you know I'm like stink on shit ;)

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So P-ROC on the pin2dmd is pretty straight forward though things don't look as crisp as the did on the pindmd3 with the same settings. I haven't sorted out how to get pin2md working with UltraDMD yet. I tried swapping the XDMD.DLL in the ultradmd director with the one from @lucky1 github as well as the XDMD everywhere else that I can find it but I haven't quite figured out how to get UltraDMD working.

 

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you also need to place dmddevice.dll into the same directory. The crispyness may come from the pindmd3 having a higher brightness level as default.

We tried to keep it as low as possible to reduce playfield glass reflections.

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10 hours ago, lucky1 said:

you also need to place dmddevice.dll into the same directory. The crispyness may come from the pindmd3 having a higher brightness level as default.

We tried to keep it as low as possible to reduce playfield glass reflections.

Cool... I'll add the dmddevice.dll and give it another go, thanks. I'll try and take some pictures of the difference I'm seeing... it isn't looking like a brightness difference.

Edit: Added the dmddevice.dll to the ultradmd directory and I am off the races playing Stranger Things, Diablo and Champions League Soccer! Thanks!

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