Post by chronicmasturbator on May 15, 2015 17:03:47 GMT
For those that don't know, VJoy is a program that allows you to use GameCube controllers on emulators - mostly Dolphin (a Wii and GameCube emulator) but also on others like Fusion (a Genesis emulator) and Stella (an Atari 2600 emulator) I bought one of those limited edition official Wii U GameCube adaptors back when i had a Wii U so i could use my Wavebird controller but now that i've switched to PC i just use emulators. Now here is what i'm having trouble with... there is a Sega Saturn emulator called Yabause (there are others but this one definitely works the best, the others don't really work at all) but for some reason no matter what i try i can't get the controller or VJoy to work with it at all. I can't even get my Xboc 360 controller that i use for my Steam games (which i use the usb dongle with) to work with it either. They won't even show up. Someone must know a way. Any help would be appreciated.
The purpose of Vjoy is to remap axis on a joystick to axis on a virtual joystick, you shouldn't need it for emulators at all.
What do you mean exactly? I know a little bit about computers and i mean exactly that - a little. All i know is vJoy let's me use my wavebird on Dolphin, Fusion and Stella. Without it i can't (or atleast not that i know of) Surely if an Atari 2600 emulator can run off a gamecube controller (or just any external controller) than so can Yabause somehow right?
Can't say i'm an expert but if your PC recognises the input device but the application doesn't, try using Joy2Key. Allows you to map your pad inputs to keys, worked a treat for me on Chankast to the extent of configuring the analogue stick on a PS2 pad.
Of course using Joy2Key, Xpadder or similar in that situation you're taking the analogue out of the analogue stick and making it entirely digital, so best to avoid it if possible (Caseh, Demul should support your controller natively I believe).