Start a PSX game
Press Hotkey + B to enter the Retroarch menu
Still in the Quick Menu, go down and enter "Options"
Scroll down and find the option "Show Bios Bootlogo", it is disabled, you need to enable it (Read the Note: Break some games)
@matze1980 Now it worked. The program i was using to convert the songs was making the bitrate bigger, due to my lack of attention. I put on a second song but now it just keeps playing and doesn't change to the first song i put on, why does this happen?
@acris Yes I appreciate it is highlighted but it is an easy mistake to make and one that can have unexpected results. It turns out that for me that the last 4 files I'd added were the problem. I didn't even notice their sample rate. Easy mistake like I say but worth letting others know.
I am immensely grateful with you! I swear I made my research in the forum and I found many topics that talked about this, but none of them were conclusive (the ones I saw). I found one that I think was the one I needed but it was in french, I translated with google translator, but I wasn't much of a help.
I found difficult to find the main theme.xml (even with WinSCP) but I did it.
I am truly grateful, thanks! You all make a great job!
Ihad the same problem. As @LBR59 said, the video is located here:
If you are on Linux (but I can imagine ffmpeg tools are also available on windows), this simple command line will create "outputfile.mp4" with the sound lowered:
ffmpeg -i recalboxintro.mp4 -vcodec copy -strict -2 -af "volume=-15dB" outputfile.mp4
Hope it may help
@Raphael-Bueno-Hatencia If music order is hardcoded in your theme system A = music A, system B = music B etc... you can't randomize the music.
If you use a global music folder (as done on recalbox theme) or put your musics in music folder of your share partition, randomize will be automatic on 4.1.0 recalbox release.