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EmuCR: PCSX2PCSX2 Git (2017/03/16) is compiled. PCSX2 is an open source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator for the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. With the most recent versions, many PS2 games are playable (although speed limitations have made play-to-completion tests for many games impractical), and several games are claimed to have full functionality.

PCSX2 Git Changelog:
* gsdx ogl: use an HLE shader to avoid upscaling line in ICO
ICO uses a depth of field effect for the fog. Depth is extracted
into the alpha channel of a texture. And then used as blending factor.
You need a 1:1 texture/pixel mapping otherwise you will line at boundaries.
In order to extract the DoF, ICO moves the depth buffer around the GS
memory. Memory moves are implemented in the not-scaled world. It means
that we can't have the above 1:1 ratio. And we don't know anymore that
data are coming from the current depth buffer.
The solution: I reused an HLE channel shader to read the depth buffer directly.
This way I have the guarantee that pixel/depth are aligned.
Close #1816
* gsdx sw: sync thread if current target pages are already used by input texture
Otherwise you have a write before read typical race condition. It works
most of the time because textures are stored in temporary buffers (aka
texture cache). So the race condition requires texture invalidation in the mix.
I hope the perf impact will be small enough.
Fix #1691
Blood Will Tell: gray scale effect description
Frame is renderer in 0x700
Sync 0x700 (RT will be used as input)
Foreach page of frame
// The missing Sync was this one. You can't copy new data to 0x2800
// until you finish the rendering that use 0x2800 as input texture
// (AKA end of this foreach loop)
Sync 0x2800 (not the first iteration, texture will be used as a RT)
Copy page from 0x700+offset to 0x2800
Sync 0x2800 (RT will be used as input)
Render Effect line1 from 0x2800 to 0x700

Download: PCSX2 Git (2017/03/16)
Source: Here

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