YouTuber and Project HyperPie member Don Annis shares a fantastic mod to the original Hyperpie 1.1 (Pi version) – here he has cleverly created a Pi version to run on your CRT cabinets with Jpac, the man himself explains below.
Here is a link to hyperpie 1.01 setup on a 15khz arcade monitor and a ultimarc jpac default for 7-8 button out of box controls. NO ROMS ARE INCLUDED IN THE IMAGE and would need to be added. I use an external usb drive for roms. I have modified the menus to be 15khz monitor friendly, the emulators are configured pixel perfect for a 240p and 224p monitors. I use a HDMI to VGA cable going into an ultimarc jpac. This is 100% the work of hyperpie creators, I just modified it to allow arcade cabinets to work. This Image will NOT show on a normal LCD monitor as it is too Low Resolution. Image Fits on a 128 GB card. If needed use pishrink to shrink the image. – Don Annis
If your a member of the Project HyperPie group – you can read Dons original post here, where he explains what hdmi to RGB mod he uses, and answers a a few other questions, this is a fantastic bit of modified kit to be grabbing if you intend to convert some cabs and Pi them up, infact even one of the arcade punks here is considering ripping an old PC from one of our units at the HQ and replacing with a Pi now…..
At the moment the only source publicly available is on Mega.Nz and as each part is 10gb its looking like you’ll need a mega account – its a rather bit set up around 110gb (like the HyperPie original) – we’ll see if we can get someone to re-compile it without the media for easier share, watch this space!