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Getting 120 FPS in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
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No, that title is not a joke.  Someone I know found a way to get a massive performance boost in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.

Go to the folder where the game is located, the navigate to PS3_Game > USRDIR > Movies.  Then delete SanzaruSplash.bik.  After that you will see a massive performance boost.  For example, I used to get 40 FPS in that game at all times.  Now I'm getting a stable 60 FPS in menus and up to 120 FPS during gameplay.

Can one of the developers check this out?  This might be a bug with the game's BIK player, not the emulator.
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(08-27-2018, 01:20 AM)goody_fyre11 Wrote: No, that title is not a joke.  Someone I know found a way to get a massive performance boost in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.

Go to the folder where the game is located, the navigate to PS3_Game > USRDIR > Movies.  Then delete SanzaruSplash.bik.  After that you will see a massive performance boost.  For example, I used to get 40 FPS in that game at all times.  Now I'm getting a stable 60 FPS in menus and up to 120 FPS during gameplay.

Can one of the developers check this out?  This might be a bug with the game's BIK player, not the emulator.
I can confirm that this strangely gives you a performance boost. The cinematic was always flickering for me anyways so I'm glad I was able to take it out safely along with receiving better performance. But by doing this, I noticed there was a lot more artifacting/tearing to some textures such as the guard's searchlights going pixelated. Could be only me though.
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#3
This is old but gold, I can't believe but this fixed all the problems I had in the game! I was getting terrible aliasing even in 4k, but after doing this the image looks super sharp as it should. I also got rid of some blue pixels I got in some entities and not a big performance improvement but yeah there was some improvement
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#4
I can confirm this, it seems like deleting that file makes the game fail to initialize MLAA. Resulting in improved performance and fixing resolution scaling issues.
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#5
Renaming the file also works. But when another video is played, the "improvement" is reverted.
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