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by Beuc
Wed Oct 17, 2018 3:59 pm
Forum: Development of Ren'Py
Topic: Ren'Py for the web browser
Replies: 94
Views: 8003

Re: Ren'Py for the Web

Thanks for testing and sharing the feedback, much appreciated. I myself get audio jitter at game interactions in Chrome, and normally not in Firefox (except sometimes when it happens all the time). After more testing the bottleneck doesn't seem to be the audio decoding, but simply the rest of Ren'Py...
by Beuc
Sun Oct 14, 2018 2:26 pm
Forum: Development of Ren'Py
Topic: Ren'Py for the web browser
Replies: 94
Views: 8003

Re: Ren'Py for the Web

New version uploaded at https://renpy.beuc.net/
- Improve performances (WASM support) for Chrome/Chromium
- Contribute transparency (alpha) fix in official Emscripten
- Start structuring the compilation process to test multiple emscripten versions/patches

Feedback welcome!
by Beuc
Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:06 am
Forum: Development of Ren'Py
Topic: Ren'Py for the web browser
Replies: 94
Views: 8003

Re: Ren'Py for the Web

Hey, I made some improvements, now it's faster with Firefox, and there's initial sound support. I also added the Tutorial for testing. More importantly, you now can test your own local game in the web player: https://renpy.beuc.net/cover-yours.png Check https://renpy.beuc.net/ , share the news if yo...
by Beuc
Sun Sep 30, 2018 4:39 pm
Forum: Development of Ren'Py
Topic: Ren'Py for the web browser
Replies: 94
Views: 8003

Re: Ren'Py for the Web - first version

Thanks!

Glad to hear you're willing to include web-related changes in standard Ren'Py :)

Currently I have mods in lots of components (Ren'Py and non-Ren'Py), I'm progressively isolating and cleaning each so they can be officially included.
(also sent PM with more technical stuff)
by Beuc
Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:15 am
Forum: Development of Ren'Py
Topic: Ren'Py for the web browser
Replies: 94
Views: 8003

Ren'Py for the web browser

Hi, A few month ago I ported the old-style 2D/RPG Dink Smallwood desktop game to the web . Since then I've been experimenting on porting the next best thing in the browser: Ren'Py ;) After lots of pitfalls and dead-ends, several layers of portability, I'm glad to present a first working tech demo! h...