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The Best Plugin for PCSX2 0.9.8: Lilypad - How to Download, Install, Configure, and Use It


Introduction




Lilypad is a Windows gamepad plugin for the PCSX2 emulator. It is written by the plugin author ChickenLiver who keeps the official thread updated with the most recent version of the plugin. As of December 2010, the current version is 0.10.0 and is fully working.




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PCSX2 is a free and open-source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator. Its purpose is to emulate the PS2's hardware, using a combination of MIPS CPU Interpreters, Recompilers and a Virtual Machine which manages hardware states and PS2 system memory. The project has been running for almost 20 years . Past versions could only run a few public domain game demos, but newer versions can run most games at full speed, including popular titles such as Final Fantasy X and Devil May Cry 3 . A significant majority of the official PS2 library is considered playable or perfect, with the remainder at least making it to the menus .


PCSX2 allows you to play PS2 games on your PC, with many additional features and benefits. A few of those benefits include: custom resolutions and upscaling, virtual and sharable memory cards, save-states, patching system, internal recorder to achieve lossless quality at full speed, and more . To sell online, PCSX2 seamlessly integrates with PCSX2 eCom and with all your data on the cloud, you can access your business from anywhere, on any device . Note that the iOS app version has been tailored to use on iPad.


Lilypad supports keyboard, mouse, Xbox 360, and 3rd party controllers for button inputs . It supports multiple devices of all types, and devices of different types can be mixed and matched. Sensitivity can be adjusted. Force feedback is supported. Multiple keys/buttons/axes can be bound to the same PS2 button, and one key/button/axis can be bound to multiple PS2 buttons. Keys can be mapped to the analog sticks. Axes can be mapped to buttons. Pressure sensitive buttons and other single-direction axes (like foot peddles) are also supported .


If you want to enjoy playing PS2 games on your PC with a variety of input devices and options, then Lilypad is the plugin for you. In this article, I will show you how to download, install, configure, and use Lilypad for PCSX2 0.9.8.


Downloading and installing Lilypad




The first step is to download the latest version of the Lilypad plugin from the official PCSX2 forums . The current version as of December 2010 is 0.10.0 (r1826). You can also find older versions of the plugin in case you encounter compatibility issues with some games or devices.


Once you have downloaded the plugin file (LilyPad 0.10.0 (r1826).rar), you need to extract it using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a file named LilyPad.dll which is the actual plugin file.


The next step is to place the plugin file in the correct folder where PCSX2 can find it. To do this, you need to locate your PCSX2 installation folder on your computer. By default, it should be in C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\. If you have installed PCSX2 in a different location or drive, then you need to find that folder Once you have found the Plugins folder, you need to copy and paste the LilyPad.dll file into it. You can also delete any other input plugins that you don't need, such as SSSPSX Pad or Pokopom, to avoid confusion.


Now you have successfully installed the Lilypad plugin for PCSX2 0.9.8. The next step is to configure it to suit your preferences and devices.


Configuring Lilypad




To configure the Lilypad plugin, you need to launch the PCSX2 emulator and go to the Config menu. Then select Plugin/BIOS Selector and click on the Plugins tab. You will see a list of plugins for different components of the emulator, such as graphics, sound, CD/DVD, and USB. Under PAD, you should see LilyPad (r1826) 0.10.0 as the selected plugin. If not, then click on the drop-down menu and choose it from the list.


After selecting the Lilypad plugin, click on the Configure button next to it. This will open a new window with several tabs and options for configuring the plugin. The first tab is General, where you can set some basic settings for the plugin.


The General tab has four sections: Device Diagnostics, Mouse Options, Game Device APIs, and Pad Options.


The Device Diagnostics section allows you to test your input devices and see if they are detected by the plugin. You can click on the Refresh button to refresh the list of devices, and then select a device from the list and click on Test Device to see its status and capabilities. You can also click on Test Vibration to test the force feedback feature of your device, if supported.


The Mouse Options section allows you to enable or disable mouse support for the plugin. You can also adjust the mouse sensitivity and dead zone, as well as invert the mouse axes if needed.


The Game Device APIs section allows you to choose which input APIs to use for your devices. An API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of rules and protocols that allow different software components to communicate with each other. Different input devices may use different APIs to send signals to the plugin, such as DirectInput, XInput, Raw Input, or Windows Messaging. You can check or uncheck the boxes next to each API to enable or disable them. By default, all four APIs are enabled, but you may need to disable some of them if they cause conflicts or problems with your devices.


The Pad Options section allows you to enable or disable some general features of the plugin, such as logging, multiple bindings, escape fullscreen hack, and ignore keyboard focus. You can also choose whether to use keyboard/mouse or gamepad icons in the button binding window.


After setting up the General tab, you can move on to the Pad 1 and Pad 2 tabs, where you can configure the buttons and axes for each PS2 controller slot. You can also switch between Digital and Analog modes for each pad by clicking on the Mode button at the top.


The Pad tabs have three sections: Device List, Pad Settings, and Bindings.


The Device List section shows a list of input devices that are detected by the plugin. You can select a device from the list and see its name, type, API, and status in the bottom panel. You can also enable or disable devices by checking or unchecking the boxes next to them.


The Pad Settings section allows you to adjust some settings for each pad, such as sensitivity, dead zone, force feedback strength, motor period, and turbo duration. You can also enable or disable pressure sensitivity for each button by checking or unchecking the boxes next to them.


The Bindings section allows you to assign keys/buttons/axes from your input devices to PS2 buttons/axes on each pad. To do this, you need to click on a PS2 button/axis in the left panel, and then press a key/button/axis from your input device in the right panel. You will see a green check mark next to each binding when it is done correctly. You can also clear a binding by clicking on it again in either panel.


You can bind multiple keys/buttons/axes from different devices to the same PS2 button/axis by holding down Ctrl while pressing them. You can also bind one key/button/axis from your input device to multiple PS2 buttons/axes by holding down Shift while clicking on them.


You can also use some special keys/buttons/axes for binding purposes, such as F5-F9 for switching between different interlacing modes , F12 for taking screenshots , Esc for closing PCSX2 , Tab for toggling turbo mode , Shift+Tab for toggling slow motion mode [^ for toggling frame limiting , and Delete for switching between windowed and fullscreen modes . You can also use the mouse wheel to adjust the volume of the emulator .


After binding all the buttons and axes for each pad, you can test your input devices by clicking on the Test Device button at the bottom of the window. This will open a new window where you can see the input signals from your devices and how they correspond to the PS2 buttons/axes. You can also test the force feedback feature by clicking on the Test Vibration button.


If you are satisfied with your configuration, you can click on the Apply button to save your settings. You can also click on the Save button to save your settings to a file, which you can load later by clicking on the Load button. You can also reset your settings to default by clicking on the Default button.


You have now configured the Lilypad plugin for PCSX2 0.9.8. The next step is to use it to play PS2 games on your PC.


Using Lilypad




To use the Lilypad plugin, you need to launch a PS2 game from the PCSX2 emulator. You can do this by going to the CDVD menu and choosing one of the options: ISO Selector, Plugin Menu, or No Disc. The ISO Selector option allows you to choose an ISO image file of a PS2 game from your computer. The Plugin Menu option allows you to choose a CD/DVD plugin that can read PS2 discs from your optical drive. The No Disc option allows you to boot into the PS2 BIOS without loading any game.


After choosing a game source, you need to go to the System menu and choose one of the options: Boot CDVD (fast), Boot CDVD (full), or Run ELF. The Boot CDVD (fast) option allows you to skip the PS2 logo and boot directly into the game. The Boot CDVD (full) option allows you to see the PS2 logo and boot normally into the game. The Run ELF option allows you to run an ELF file from your computer, which is usually used for homebrew applications or hacks.


Once the game starts, you should be able to use your input devices as if they were PS2 controllers. You can also access some features of the Lilypad plugin by pressing certain keys/buttons/axes during gameplay, such as F5-F9 for switching between different interlacing modes , F12 for taking screenshots , Esc for closing PCSX2 , Tab for toggling turbo mode , Shift+Tab for toggling slow motion mode , Delete for switching between windowed and fullscreen modes , and mouse wheel for adjusting the volume of the emulator .


If you encounter any issues or problems with using the Lilypad plugin, such as input lag, incorrect mapping, or device detection, you can try some troubleshooting steps, such as:


  • Updating your input device drivers and firmware



  • Updating your DirectX and Visual C++ redistributable packages



  • Disabling any background programs or processes that may interfere with your input devices



  • Changing or disabling some input APIs in the General tab of the plugin configuration window



  • Adjusting some settings in the Pad Settings section of the plugin configuration window



  • Rebinding some buttons/axes in the Bindings section of the plugin configuration window



  • Using a different version of the Lilypad plugin or PCSX2 emulator



  • Consulting the official PCSX2 forums or wiki for more information and help



Conclusion




Lilypad is a powerful and versatile plugin that allows you to use various input devices to play PS2 games on your PC using PCSX2 0.9.8. It has many features and options that can enhance your gaming experience, such as sensitivity adjustment, force feedback, turbo mode, and pressure sensitivity. It supports multiple devices of all types, and devices of different types can be mixed and matched. It also supports multiple bindings, keyboard/mouse emulation, special keys/buttons/axes, and more.


In this article, I have shown you how to download, install, configure, and use Lilypad for PCSX2 0.9.8. I hope you have found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below or contact me through my website . Happy gaming!


FAQs




Q: What are some of the best games to play with Lilypad?




A: There are many great games that you can play with Lilypad, but some of the most popular ones are: - God of War and God of War II: These are action-adventure games that follow the story of Kratos, a Spartan warrior who battles against the gods and monsters of Greek mythology. The games are known for their epic scale, brutal combat, and cinematic presentation. Lilypad allows you to use the pressure sensitive buttons to perform different attacks and actions, as well as the analog sticks to control the camera and dodge enemies. - Shadow of the Colossus: This is an action-adventure game that follows the story of Wander, a young man who travels to a forbidden land to revive a girl named Mono by slaying 16 giant creatures called colossi. The game is known for its minimalist design, atmospheric music, and emotional impact. Lilypad allows you to use the force feedback feature to feel the vibrations of the colossi and your horse, as well as the analog sticks to control your movement and aim your bow. - Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater: These are stealth-action games that follow the story of Solid Snake, a legendary soldier who infiltrates enemy bases and fights against a rogue faction of his former unit. The games are known for their complex plot, memorable characters, and innovative gameplay. Lilypad allows you to use the pressure sensitive buttons to control your weapon firing and aiming, as well as the analog sticks to move and look around.


Q: How can I use a PS3 or PS4 controller with Lilypad?




A: To use a PS3 or PS4 controller with Lilypad, you need to install a driver that can make your controller compatible with Windows. One of the most popular drivers is SCP Toolkit , which can emulate your controller as an Xbox 360 controller. You can download SCP Toolkit from its official website and follow the instructions on how to install and configure it. Once you have done that, you can use your controller with Lilypad as if it were an Xbox 360 controller.


Q: How can I use a keyboard and mouse to play FPS games with Lilypad?




A: To use a keyboard and mouse to play FPS (first-person shooter) games with Lilypad, you need to enable mouse support in the General tab of the plugin configuration window. You also need to bind some keys/buttons/axes from your keyboard and mouse to PS2 buttons/axes on each pad. For example, you can bind W/A/S/D keys to left analog stick directions, mouse movement to right analog stick directions, left mouse button to R1 button, right mouse button to L1 button, space bar to X button, etc. You can also adjust the mouse sensitivity and dead zone in the Mouse Options section of the General tab.


Q: How can I use turbo mode with Lilypad?




A: Turbo mode is a feature that allows you to speed up or slow down the emulation speed of PCSX2. To use turbo mode with Lilypad, you need to bind a key/button/axis from your input device to Tab key on each pad. You can do this in the Bindings section of the plugin configuration window. Once you have done that, you can press the key/button/axis during gameplay to toggle turbo mode on or off.


Q: How can I save different configurations for different games or devices with Lilypad?




A: To save different configurations for different games or devices with Lilypad, you need to use the Save and Load buttons in the plugin configuration window. You can save your current settings to a file by clicking on the Save button and choosing a name and location for your file. You can load a previously saved settings file by clicking on the Load button and browsing for your file. You can also create multiple folders in your Plugins folder and place different settings files in them. For example, you can create a folder named FPS Games and place settings files for FPS games in it, or create a folder named PS3 Controller and place settings files for PS3 controller in it. dcd2dc6462


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