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  1. This guy is brilliant and helpful.
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  2. Agreed. @UltraMagnus, you are a God amongst (middle aged) men as far as I'm concerned. And a card carrying sadist given how much time you're willing to spend modding ROMs for strangers on the internet. Honestly, I doff my cap to thee.
    2 points
  3. He's awesome. So generous. If I ever meet in person, he will drink for free on me!
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  4. He's a good egg. Beyond generous! Named after a transformer although sounding suspiciously close to a type of condom. LOL Ahhhh, the mind goes where it goes...
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  5. I was hoping for all time teams, I can do research for you on the teams involved, I can also give u Memorial Cup Champions for 30-34 teams and u can easily look that up on hockey-reference.com or whereever... up to you
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  6. So let me give you the details on his awesomeness. I have been trying for years to take the Original Tecmo Bowl and make it into an NCAA rom encompassing you guessed it the 1960's, 70's, and 80's. The biggest glitch was the end zones and playbooks. I asked him for help and in minutes he jumped in with both feet. Additionally he is helping edit the scoreboard and helmets. I tried for years to get help on this other places to no avail, but this guy did everything and more in a day. So be on the lookout for some awesome Tecmo Bowl roms in the near future.
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  7. Ok, as promised, the ROM, after I have fiddled with it yesterday. Here is what I have done... Changed to white ice (personal preference, don't hate me) Changed Cardiff home kit to have correct red shorts, which fortunately has not changed any logos etc. Changed Belfast away kit to white (for consistency), with as accurate teal, red, and black detailing as NOSE would allow. Went for uniformly teal helmets eventually, as they looked less odd than asymmetrical ones of white/black/teal. EIHL_20_Edited.bin
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  8. Relevant links: Virtualdub video editor: http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/ (get 64-bit version unless you're still on a 32 bit system for some reason) VIrtualDub FFMPEG input plugin: https://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualdubffmpeginputplugin/ Unzip VirtualDub program. Open the plugin zip and copy the contents of the plugins64 folder to the folder of the same name in your unzipped VirtualDub folder. (if that doesn't make sense, watch the video, it shows exactly what to do!)
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