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  1. His video got me into making the bezels to begin with. i used his templates to create mine and for all the ones I found on the internet to re configure to fit. As they were all set up for 16:9 ratio tv.

    Great tutorials and to begin with mine were quite basic and then got slightly better the more I did them.

    and not forgetting the great free artwork package called Gimp which is so easy to use. 


  2. Hi ItchyRobot, Thanks for the positive response. I think it's amazing what all the emulation community have created so far, and to share their work for everyone to create amazing frontend/emulation systems for themselves. I to will be eventually be using a 16:9 tv so found that the bezels available covered too much of the playfield, that's why I started converting them and then ended up making my own ones as loads were missing.

    To be honest I'm not that great when it comes to the Tekky side of emulation. I only got into emulation about a year or so ago and only by way of watching youtube tutorials. gave up for a year after failing miserably with Hyperspin, then came across Launchbox which is brilliant for the non tech person. Amazing work by these guys. 

    I think I'm using Mame .194 but my rom set is from a Final Burn Alpha download plus some roms downloaded from emuparadise.

    I say I think I'm using version .194, as I made a fatal error the other week. After I finished all these bezels I uploaded them into mame had all of them setup apart from the dual screen bezels (still trying to figure out how the lay file works for these) and then sorted all my 3d Box artworks so it all looked good in Launchbox/bigbox. Was just waiting for a price to get my SSD and HDD backed up and sods law, my HDD died on me. My local pc guy was unable to get any data from it and have had quotes from people to extract the data is going to cost 275 pounds that's without the cost of a new 3 tb hard drive. So I'm starting it all again from scratch. luckily I have most of my roms on a back up disk and all my artwork on another PC. Gutted though cos I'd just finished setting up Future Pinball to launch via launchbox. 

    Getting back to Mame. I just dropped all the bezels into mames artwork folder, launched each game from launchbox and just changed the Horizontal/vertical layout to .966 for each games (this works for most games, with a few tweaks here and there).

    I really don't know if there is a quicker way to do it.

    regards, Adam

     


  3. Fair enough.

    Personally, If someone was to take the bezels I created and changed them and uploaded to the community of launchbox, emumovies ect without crediting me, It wouldn't bother me at all. If I didn't want others to use them then I would never have uploaded them. 

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  4. Hi Orionsangel, 

    I hope you don't mind me using your side cabinets. but they were spot on to be used as bezels for games with no artwork available. 

    Apologies for not asking permission in the first place.

    Regards, 
    Adam

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  5. MAME 3D Boxes (330) LaunchBox Database Set

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    Hi All, 

    This download has 330 Mame 3D boxes, using the template originally created by Robin55. I really liked the generic boxes for my mame rom set but had these files missing from mine mainly due to most of these roms being clones of original games. example Ave Fenix/Vatour = clones of Phoenix. Some rom titles are from the far east including adult themed games. for most of these 3d boxes I was unable to find any arcade flyer artworks so just used game screen shots and other artwork found on tinternet just so i could complete my collection. Please note some of mine maybe dupes of Robin55 3d Boxes.  

    A further note is that some of the names may have some slight adjustments, as I found out when I loaded them into mame image folder, but totally forgot to amend my original (on another pc) 

    star fighter.png

    snow board championship.png

    rolling crush.png

    premier soccer.png

    pleasure goal 5 on 5 mini soccer.png


     

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  6. MAME Bezel, **Amendments** (letters A-Z, part 2) 126 files for MAME

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    Hi All,

    *****As of 20th September 2018, I've updated the original uploads with the files containing these amendments. So do not bother to download unless you have the original download*****

    *****The following files are amendments to the original files already uploaded previously. I've gone through all the bezels created and have found about 240+ bezels that needed to be amended due to mostly colour differences around the edges***, plus some updates have been added to some of the earlier bezels when I first started. (arcade backgrounds added + ones that I didn't like) 

    Contains 126 file **amendments** (letters A - Z part 2)

     

    Adam


     


  7. MAME Bezel, **Amendments** (letters A-Z, part 1) 121 files for MAME

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    Hi All,

    *****As of 20th September 2018, I've updated the original uploads with the files containing these amendments. So do not bother to download unless you have the original download*****

    *****The following files are amendments to the original files already uploaded previously. I've gone through all the bezels created and have found about 240+ bezels that needed to be amended due to mostly colour differences around the edges***, plus some updates have been added to some of the earlier bezels when I first started. (arcade backgrounds added + ones that I didn't like) 

    Contains 121 file **amendments** (letters A - Z part 1)

     

    Adam


     

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  8. MAME Bezel Art (letters X - Z) 33 files for MAME

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 33 files (letters X - Z) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (i've also included other versions found on the internet if you prefer those to the ones I used).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  9. MAME Bezel Art (letters U - W) 104 files for MAME 1.0.0

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 104 files (letters U-W) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (i've also included other versions found on the internet if you prefer those to the ones I used).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  10. Hi All, 

    For those of you that have been downloading all the Mame bezel arts that I've been uploading over the last couple of months. I upgraded my PC monitor the other day to an LED screen and was shocked to see quite a few bezels had pretty poor finishes to them. So over the last couple of day's I've gone through all the files created so far and picked up the ones that look pretty bad. Mainly ones with colour differences around the edges and also some of my earlier bezels in the a -c range I;ve changed/altered.  I'm in the process of amending those files (roughly 200+) and will upload them once completed. half way there so far.

    I will also be going over some of the Mame games that are Dual screens, Punch out, Arm wrestling, Gp Rider ect. and hopefully putting together a bezel set to work within mame.

    Regards, Adam


  11. MAME Bezel Art (letter T) 121 files for MAME 1.0.0

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 121 files (letter T) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (i've also included other versions found on the internet if you prefer those to the ones I used).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  12. MAME Bezel Art (letter S, Part 2) 123 files for MAME 1.0.0

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 123 files (letter S, Part 2) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (i've also included other versions found on the internet if you prefer those to the ones I used).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  13. MAME Bezel Art (letter S, Part 1) 124 files for MAME 1.0.0

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 124 files (letter S, Part 1) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (i've also included other versions found on the internet if you prefer those to the ones I used).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  14. Bezel Art (letter R) 85 files for MAME

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    Hi All,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 85 files (letter R) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  15. Bezel Art (letters P-Q) 151 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 151 files (letters P-Q) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  16. Bezel Art (letters N-O) 75 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 75 files (letters N-O) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  17. Hi All,

    So I'm running Mame .193 in Launchbox and used a mame romset that was downloaded from some Final Burn Alpha site. Now the reason for this is that I originally used FBA but just got annoyed that you had to go into every game to setup the controls. So I switched to Mame .193 and just used the FBA romset which has worked very well (roughly 1,900 games). now I have a few games that don't work, the usual suspect ones Killer instinct 1 & 2, Hyper SF2 ect ect. Have done all the tweaks within mame including the CHD file but just can't seem to get these games to work. 

    So the other day I downloaded from the mame site the "MAME 0.193 software list merged"  (roughly 55 GB) now I understand that other systems can be setup on mame but when I opened the folders theres just so many other systems within the file, does anybody know which file contains just Arcade related rom files? thought it would be just labelled with mame, but no.

    Any help would be great.

    Regards, 

    Adam


  18. Bezel Art (letter M) 152 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 152 files (letter M) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  19. Bezel Art (letter L) 59 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 59 files (letter L) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  20. Bezel Art (letter K) 77 files for MAME

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    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 77 files (letter K) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    Adam


     


  21. Bezel Art (letter H-J) 102 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 102 files (letter H-J) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  22. Bezel Art (letter G) 116 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 116 files (letter G) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    ****Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated people*****

    Adam


     


  23. Bezel Art (letter F) 65 files for MAME

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    Hi all,

    These are my Mame Bezel Art files which include a "Lay" file (so can be dumped straight into the Mame artwork folder once you unzip the main folder. These files will be ideal for use direct into Mame and on a tv with 16:9 view.

    Contains 65 files (letter F) of bezel arts from the internet, oh plus some of my own that I've cloned into two different glass views. I've opted for the "Real Frame Clear" and "Real Frame Glass" effect and just done left and right sides rather than all round as that would just take way too long and also I found a lot of the bezels found on the internet just take up too much of the screen and to compensate this you have to change the screen size. (the art1 files included are just the originals taken from the internet).

    Both mame formats 4:3 Horizontal and 3:4 Vertical have been done. Once placed in the Mame Artwork folder start a game and Tab to Video Options pick which one you prefer "Clear" or "glass" and then you have to make a slight adjustement within the "Slider" tab for both Screen Horizontal and Screen Vertical (usually around .966 for both)

    The games are taken from the rom set that I currently have so title names may slightly differ from the ones you have. (i'm happy to email anyone my Excel file with all the game names vs rom names, if needed) 

    For the games that I could not find any artwork at all for, I've setup a few standard looking sets  (6 Horizontal and 6 Vertical) which gives a view as if your in an actual arcade.  

    Adam


     

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