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  1. Hello, I wanted to play some Sega Model 3 games like Star Wars Trilogy and Daytona but I'm a bit confused on how to configure my Xbox One x/s Controller. Would anyone be of assistance?
  2. Hello Everyone! So after reading a bunch of help files and posts, I decide to make one that is hopefully super easy and understandable for noobs (barely understand CMD commands.) like myself when it comes to setting up the Sega Model 3 controls. This worked for me, so hopefully it also works for you. Here we go: After downloading the Sega model 3 emulator and unzipping it into your emulators folder, right click and make sure it runs as ADMINISTRATOR Go to your Start button, press it and type in the search bar "CMD", then right click on the result and "Run as Administrator" You should get a screen that is a DOS PROMPT Open the folder window where your emulator is located at and click in the bar to show the location of the folder. My folder is E:. Right Click and Copy Go to your CMD window and "right click and PASTE" You should now be in the drive and folder where your emulator is located at. If not, To access another drive, type that drive’s letter, followed by “:”. For instance, if you wanted to change the drive from “C:” to “D:”, you should type “d:” and then press Enter on your keyboard. Once you are in the drive your CMD prompt should be pointing to the folder that your emulator is at. type in this at the prompt: supermodel -config-inputs It will then give you a SECOND DOS window that is blank, DO NOT CLOSE THIS WINDOW, just move it to the side Click back on the original window to make sure FOCUS is on that one. Press Enter to activate mapping and you will see the word SETTING pop up. Now press the key you want to map to each control question. Follow through each one and you can always press ESC to cancel the selection and try again. When you are done. PRESS q Your done! Enjoy Sega Model 3!
  3. Sega Model 3 Game Importer View File The intent of this plugin is to import MAME's Sega Model 3 roms that are supported in the Supermodel emulator. Sega Model 3 machines are not playable in MAME, but a MAME full romset does contain the roms for it. This is where Supermodel ["A Sega Model 3 Arcade Emulator"] comes into 'play'. And quite literally. There are currently 60 machines supported, of which 38 are clones. The plugin uses "Games.xml" to get the rom names, proper Titles and versions for the SM3 machines that Supermodel supports. This file is located inside the "Config" folder of your Supermodel installation. Required Files: This downloaded plugin Games.xml Not required for importing, but highly recommended: All Supermodel files (you know, like supermodel.exe, etc.) A MAME romset containing the necessary SM3 roms Using the plugin: Download and unblock the zip file. Copy the folder (which includes 1 file) inside the zip into your ../LaunchBox/Plugins folder. i.e. D:\LaunchBox\Plugins\ImportSegaModel3\ImportSegaModel3.dll Start LaunchBox. Select Tools, Import Supermodel Games.xml v1.00 The process from here should be fairly intuitive by just following the steps in the Import Wizard. Select the folder where Supermodel's Games.xml file is located (if not automatically selected). Select Games.xml. (if not automatically selected) Choose a Platform to import the games into (You can create a new one or use existing). If you choose an existing Platform, the imported games will be set to Emulator selected in the next step and will not affect any of the existing game's emulator. Select your Emulator. (I strongly recommend Supermodel. But you can choose any emu [and change it later]) Filter the clones (Options are to Import: All games individually, clones as additional apps, no clones). Select the roms’ source folder (Only required if you plan to copy them from their current location). Select the roms’ destination folder (This is required to set the Application Path for the games). Select Copy & Import or Import Only. Downloading Metadata: If you selected an existing Platform to import the roms into, Right click that Platform and select “Edit”. Make sure the Scrape As: is set to “Arcade” and then click “OK”. Click on one of the games, then press CTRL+A to select all games. Now click Tools and select Download Metadata and Media and follow the prompts. Be sure to check the box for: Search for game information and media from the LaunchBox Games Database (recommended). Check or un-check the media images/videos you wish to download. (You can also click "None" and download these at a later time) Click Yes, download and replace all existing metadata and media. Then click Finish. This plugin was "designed" to account for subsequent Supermodel updates. After a Supermodel update (which should include an updated Games.xml file), rerunning this plugin "should" account for any new additions, renamed roms and renamed titles/versions. Adding/changing those respectively in your Platform. It won't, however, account for any games that were completely removed. But I really don't think this will be an issue. If you're having issues getting Supermodel setup and running your games, a quick Goggle search will usually get you what you need. i.e. "LaunchBox Supermodel", "Supermodel <insert game title here>". For general (and some somewhat specific) information/help regarding Supermodel, see here: Installation - Supermodel: A Sega Model 3 Arcade Emulator (supermodel3.com). List of currently supported games per Games.xml (Aug 31, 2021): As always, I'm open to any and all comments and suggestions regarding this plugin you may have. Submitter JoeViking245 Submitted 08/31/2021 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins
  4. Version 1.0.0

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    The intent of this plugin is to import MAME's Sega Model 3 roms that are supported in the Supermodel emulator. Sega Model 3 machines are not playable in MAME, but a MAME full romset does contain the roms for it. This is where Supermodel ["A Sega Model 3 Arcade Emulator"] comes into 'play'. And quite literally. There are currently 60 machines supported, of which 38 are clones. The plugin uses "Games.xml" to get the rom names, proper Titles and versions for the SM3 machines that Supermodel supports. This file is located inside the "Config" folder of your Supermodel installation. Required Files: This downloaded plugin Games.xml Not required for importing, but highly recommended: All Supermodel files (you know, like supermodel.exe, etc.) A MAME romset containing the necessary SM3 roms Using the plugin: Download and unblock the zip file. Copy the folder (which includes 1 file) inside the zip into your ../LaunchBox/Plugins folder. i.e. D:\LaunchBox\Plugins\ImportSegaModel3\ImportSegaModel3.dll Start LaunchBox. Select Tools, Import Supermodel Games.xml v1.00 The process from here should be fairly intuitive by just following the steps in the Import Wizard. Select the folder where Supermodel's Games.xml file is located (if not automatically selected). Select Games.xml. (if not automatically selected) Choose a Platform to import the games into (You can create a new one or use existing). If you choose an existing Platform, the imported games will be set to Emulator selected in the next step and will not affect any of the existing game's emulator. Select your Emulator. (I strongly recommend Supermodel. But you can choose any emu [and change it later]) Filter the clones (Options are to Import: All games individually, clones as additional apps, no clones). Select the roms’ source folder (Only required if you plan to copy them from their current location). Select the roms’ destination folder (This is required to set the Application Path for the games). Select Copy & Import or Import Only. Downloading Metadata: If you selected an existing Platform to import the roms into, Right click that Platform and select “Edit”. Make sure the Scrape As: is set to “Arcade” and then click “OK”. Click on one of the games, then press CTRL+A to select all games. Now click Tools and select Download Metadata and Media and follow the prompts. Be sure to check the box for: Search for game information and media from the LaunchBox Games Database (recommended). Check or un-check the media images/videos you wish to download. (You can also click "None" and download these at a later time) Click Yes, download and replace all existing metadata and media. Then click Finish. This plugin was "designed" to account for subsequent Supermodel updates. After a Supermodel update (which should include an updated Games.xml file), rerunning this plugin "should" account for any new additions, renamed roms and renamed titles/versions. Adding/changing those respectively in your Platform. It won't, however, account for any games that were completely removed. But I really don't think this will be an issue. If you're having issues getting Supermodel setup and running your games, a quick Goggle search will usually get you what you need. i.e. "LaunchBox Supermodel", "Supermodel <insert game title here>". For general (and some somewhat specific) information/help regarding Supermodel, see here: Installation - Supermodel: A Sega Model 3 Arcade Emulator (supermodel3.com). List of currently supported games per Games.xml (Aug 31, 2021): bassdx Sega Bass Fishing (USA, Deluxe) getbassdx Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing (Japan, Deluxe) getbassur Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing (Japan, Upright) getbass Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing (Japan, Standard) daytona2 Daytona USA 2 - Battle on the Edge (Japan, Revision A) dayto2pe Daytona USA 2 - Power Edition (Japan) dirtdvls Dirt Devils (Export, Revision A) dirtdvlsu Dirt Devils (USA, Revision A) dirtdvlsau Dirt Devils (Australia, Revision A) dirtdvlsj Dirt Devils (Japan, Revision A) dirtdvlsg Dirt Devils (Export, Ver. G?) eca Emergency Call Ambulance (Export) ecap Emergency Call Ambulance (US location test?) ecau Emergency Call Ambulance (USA) ecaj Emergency Call Ambulance (Japan) fvipers2 Fighting Vipers 2 (Japan, Revision A) fvipers2o Fighting Vipers 2 (?) harley Harley-Davidson and L.A. Riders (Revision B) harleya Harley-Davidson and L.A. Riders (Revision A) lamachin L.A. Machineguns: Rage of the Machines (Japan) lemans24 Le Mans 24 (Japan, Revision B) lostwsga The Lost World (Japan, Revision A) lostwsgp The Lost World (Location Test) magtruck Magical Truck Adventure (Japan) oceanhun The Ocean Hunter (Japan) scud Scud Race (Export, Twin/DX) scudau Scud Race (Australia, Twin/DX) scuddx Scud Race (Export, Deluxe) scudplus Scud Race Plus (Export, Twin/DX, Revision A) scudplusa Scud Race Plus (Export, Twin/DX) skichamp Ski Champ (Japan) spikeofe Spikeout Final Edition (Export) spikeout Spikeout (Export, Revision C) srally2 Sega Rally 2 (Export) srally2p Sega Rally 2 (Prototype) srally2pa Sega Rally 2 (Prototype Version A) srally2dx Sega Rally 2 (Export, Deluxe) swtrilgy Star Wars Trilogy Arcade (Export, Revision A) swtrilgya Star Wars Trilogy Arcade (Export) swtrilgyp Star Wars Trilogy Arcade (Location Test, 16.09.98) vf3 Virtua Fighter 3 (Revision D) vf3a Virtua Fighter 3 (Revision A) vf3c Virtua Fighter 3 (Revision C) vf3tb Virtua Fighter 3 Team Battle (?) von2 Virtual On 2: Oratorio Tangram (Revision B) von254g Virtual On 2: Oratorio Tangram (Ver 5.4g) von2a Virtual On 2: Oratorio Tangram (Revision A) von2o Virtual On 2: Oratorio Tangram (?) vs2 Virtua Striker 2 (Step 2.0) vs215 Virtua Striker 2 (Step 1.5) vs215o Virtua Striker 2 (Step 1.5, older) vs298 Virtua Striker 2 '98 (Step 2.0) vs29815 Virtua Striker 2 '98 (Step 1.5) vs2v991 Virtua Striker 2 '99.1 (Revision B) vs299 Virtua Striker 2 '99 (?) vs29915 Virtua Striker 2 '99 (Step 1.5) vs299a Virtua Striker 2 '99 (Revision A) vs299b Virtua Striker 2 '99 (Revision B) As always, I'm open to any and all comments and suggestions regarding this plugin you may have.
  5. Hello. I am a newbie to launchbox but I understand the basic functions (i.e. adding roms and emulators). I am currently working on my first lb build and things were going well until I attempted to import my Sega Model 3 roms. When going through the set up- at the phase where you can choose which roms to not add to launchbox, none of the roms show up! I have tried this multiple time, choosing individual roms, or the whole folder, it is always the same, no roms show up. I will include screenshots of my process and my Supermodel Emu settings. Help would be much appreciated, Thank You. pics.zip
  6. Hi, I am trying to launch Sega Model 3 games through Launchbox on Windows and when I double click on a game after successfully importing them the screen closing quickly and nothing happens. I can run the game from the command line As an example this works fine C:\Emulators\EmuCR-Supermodel-r832-x64>supermodel.exe C:\Emulators\EmuCR-Supermodel-r832-x64\Roms\daytona2.zip As its working from the command line, I think i am missing something very basic in getting this to work. I was able to setup Model 2 successfully and watched the YouTube video on setting up Model 3 in Launchbox and did the exact same steps. Thanks in advance for any further ideas to get this working.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    519 downloads

    New and improved Model 3 Video for you guys enjoy
  8. Sega Model 3 View File New and improved Model 3 Video for you guys enjoy Submitter sucramjd Submitted 01/10/2019 Category Platform Theme Videos  
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