Xbox 360 support for Windows GIMX

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Xbox 360 support for Windows GIMX

Post by geando » Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:42 am

First of all: GIMX is amazing! I've been looking for a way to control my Xbox 360 via PC for a long time and stumbled across GIMX by pure luck.

I'm currently using a Ubuntu Virtual Machine on my Windows 7 PC for GIMX, which is working fine (after some trial and error :D ).
But unfortunately, there does not seem to be any macro recording software for Linux that records keystrokes as well as the delay between them.
I want to create big macros, like full level playthroughs and a recording software would be a huge help.

I know there is the possibility of calculating the delay between keystrokes by the terminal output of GIMX, but there's still a lot of work necessary for that.

If the Xbox 360 support would be available on Windows, we could use tools like the great Macro Creator for AutoHotKey to record.

Thanks for all your work and time you put into Gimx, Matlo!

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Re: Xbox 360 support for Windows GIMX

Post by Matlo » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:05 pm

Sadly I think I won't work on the Windows support in a near future :(

There actually is a command line tool to record and play events in Linux.
It's called evemu. It was designed for multitouch testing but it can emulate any device.
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Re: Xbox 360 support for Windows GIMX

Post by geando » Sun Nov 11, 2012 10:08 am

That's a pity to hear.
But I'll be looking forward to every improvement on the Xbox 360 support, even if I have to use the VM :)

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Re: Xbox 360 support for Windows GIMX

Post by Matlo » Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:38 pm

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