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Final Fantasy VII

Modified 1997's game with various patches: Ficedula/XP/Aali OpenGL/FF7 Remix

Application Details:

Version: 1997 [w/ unofficial patches]]
License: Retail
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Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Platinum
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.7.17

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Test Results

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What does not

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Workarounds

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Additional Comments

You need install "cdemu" & "gcdemu" And in the "Windows Registry" , the CD Drive . must be the Same in the Installation for Example if the Image of Disc , installed the Game from "V:\" That must be the drive , when you launch the Game . or the game may not work. Using all the patches mentioned: Official 1.02 patch Codec TrueMotion 2.0 Aali's OpenGL driver Works well, also using FF7Music from this link since I was having trouble getting MIDI to work, although that's probably not a Wine specific issue: http://forums.qhimm.com/index.php?topic=10546.msg147211#msg147211 The Qhimm forums are very helpful to those who wish to improve their experience with the game, both in function and in appearance. If you wanna the Original Music of Game , you can try installing and Configuring : Timidity , and Choising in the "FF7Setup"

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
CurrentLinux Mint 13 "Maya"May 01 20141.7.17Yes Yes PlatinumInukaze 
ShowUbuntu 12.04 "Precise" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jul 18 20121.4Yes Yes Goldan anonymous user 
ShowLinux Mint 10 "Julia"Aug 29 20111.3.26Yes Yes GoldSeth 
ShowUbuntu 10.10 "Maverick" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Nov 01 20101.3.6Yes Yes GoldInukaze 
ShowUbuntu 10.04 "Lucid" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Sep 14 20101.2Yes Yes GoldInukaze 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
18924 OutputDebugString does not do what it's supposed to do CLOSED FIXED View

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HowTo / Notes

Video playback via installing the TrueMotion 2.0 Codec
Aali OpenGL

Aali OpenGL driver allow Wine to use a native OpenGL backend instead of the (old) Direct3D one.
(Works for FF8 too)

Source & Download
Direct Download
Alternate Download

  1. Make a backup of the FF7Config.exe
  2. Unzip it into the FF7 installation directory
  3. Run the modified FF7Config.exe and pick the correct driver in the list
  4. Change your settings in ff7_opengl.cfg
HOWTO: Official Patch 1.02 (Unofficial 1.03b Spanish)

Download:

Just replace files (after backup) ff7.exe and FF7Config.exe

For users wanna try to use Timidity

You can apply the method describe in this Venezuelan blog (in Spanish) ->

https://inukaze.wordpress.com/juegos-wine/final-fantasy-vii-7-pc/jwff7pc-05/


On English :

now edit with root permissions , the file
" /etc/modules "

and add the lines

    #MIDI For FinalFantasy 7
    snd-seq-device
    snd-seq-midi
    snd-seq-oss
    snd-seq-midi-event
    snd-seq


if you dont have installed any soundfont , you can do the follow in a terminal

    sudo rm -rf /etc/sounds
    sudo mkdir /etc/sounds/
    sudo cp /etc/timidity/timidity.cfg /etc/timidity/timidity_original.cfg
    sudo cp /etc/init.d/timidity /etc/init.d/timidity_original
    cd $HOME/.wine/drive_c/"/Final Fantasy VII/data/midi/sf2″
    sudo cp FF7.sf2 /etc/sounds
    sudo chmod 777 /etc/sounds/FF7.sf2
    sudo chmod o+rw+x /etc/sounds/FF7.sf2


now edit with root permissions , the file
" /etc/timidity/timidity.cfg "

and just add the soundfonts and the config file

    soundfont /etc/sounds/FF7.sf2
    source /etc/timidity/freepats.cfg


now edit with root permissions , the file
" /etc/default/timidity "

and modify the line " TIM_ALSASEQPARAMS "

For this one :

TIM_ALSASEQPARAMS="-iA -B5,10 -Os1l -s 44100"

if you dont have started the daemon for timidity or timidity binary , you can run it explicit with

$ timidity -iADl -Os1 - -module=16 -cache- -audio-buffer=200%

if you wanna you can install timidity like daemon for start with the boot

if see in FF7Config , using wine , in the music tab , something like
"14:0 Midi Trought" , and you see , dont play music , you can disabled temporally

you can check in a terminal with

    $ pmidi -l
     Port     Client name                       Port name
     14:0     Midi Through                      Midi Through Port-0


if you wanna delete it , in the same terminal with root permissions use

$ rmmod snd_seq_dummy

    $ pmidi -l
    Port     Client name                       Port name
    128:0     TiMidity                          TiMidity port 0
    128:1     TiMidity                          TiMidity port 1
    128:2     TiMidity                          TiMidity port 2
    128:3     TiMidity                          TiMidity port 3


and now you can set Timidity inside the game and hear the original music from the game

Comments

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Mouting ISOS
by Inukaze on Friday March 14th 2014, 13:27
Hi There , i wanna know , if the next version of WINE
have a something like "CDEmu" Module (libmirage , etc) , for mount ISOS
like "Final Fantasy 7" without gCDEmu and without root privilegies to mount that ISO

and force the mount of ISO , in a drive for example if i want mount all ISOS in "X:\" in wine.

Because using CDEmu , i can mount , in where i specify in the Registry Keys of Game. the CDEmu make a diferents drive letters when i mount the iso of FF7CD# .

Or if you know you a Method , to put all data of game in the hard disk , and load from hard disk , without ask cd change . please someone can tell me ???
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