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Windows 7: How To Set Up/Calibrate Gamepad In ePSXe

03 Jan 2014   #1

Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 (OEM)
 
 
How To Set Up/Calibrate Gamepad In ePSXe

HOW TO SET UP/CALIBRATE GAMEPAD IN EPSXE


DualShock calibration

1. Plug in gamepad to USB port.

2. Press "Analog" button. LED light will turn red.

3. Run ePSXe > Config > Game Pad > Port # > Pad #

4. Select gamepad type, e.g. [SCPH-1200] DualShock (F5).

5. Calibrate buttons by clicking the textbox, then pressing the corresponding button on the gamepad.

6. Click OK.

7. Press F5 during gameplay for analog-compatible games to toggle analog on/off.

Note: The analog LED light must be on during calibration and during gameplay to successfully toggle analog on/of.

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I came across problems with getting the analog to work properly during gameplay, since I did not turn on the analog during calibration in ePSXe. I hope this quick guide helps someone.

Happy retro-gaming!

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05 Jan 2014   #2

Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 (OEM)
 
 

UPDATE: (2014-01-06)
Screenshot updated to include LRZ (Z-Rotation) and LZ (Z-Axis) calibrations. For the right analog stick, ePSXe detects LRZ as left/right and LZ as up/down.

Source: en:help:config [MotioninJoy]
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