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Co je GIMX

Zkratka GIMX znamená Game Input MultipleXer nebo Game Input MatriX. Účelem programu je ovládání herních konzolí z počítače. Konzole PlayStation 3 (PS3) je podporována zcela zatímco podpora konzole Xbox 360 je v experimentální fázi.

Ovládání konzole je možné přes:

  • Bluetooth - operační systém Linux (pouze konzole PS3). Vyžaduje podporovaný Bluetooth dongle.
  • USB - operační systém Linux (konzole PS3 i Xbox 360) a systém Windows (pouze konzole PS3). Vyžaduje USB adaptér.

Program získává data z vstupních zařízení pro PC (myš, klávesnice a joystick) a výsledné povely posílá do herní konzole PS3 přes Bluetooth nebo USB.
Další způsoby ovládání (jako je ovládání pomocí gest nebo hlasem) jsou možné při použití externího programu, který emuluje vstupní PC zařízení.

Možnosti programu GIMX jsou podrobněji popsány na stránce Features page.

Compatibility issues are listed on the Compatibility page.

Zdrojový kód programu GIMX je dostupný pod GPLv3 licencí zde.

Navštivte Blog kde naleznete články o vývoji GIMX nebo se podívejte na příspěvky v diskuzi support forum.

Pokud chcete pomoci při vývoji GIMX podívejte se na Contribute page.

Hardwarové požadavky

Program GIMX je navržen tak, aby pracoval na počítačích s operačním systémem Ubuntu nebo Windows.

About Ubuntu and Raspbian:

The only supported versions are Ubuntu 16.04 and Raspbian Jessie, to use with latest GIMX.
It's also possible to use Ubuntu derivates such as Linux Mint.
Running GIMX in a virtual machine (vmware, virtualbox...) is NOT OFFICIALY supported (no help will be given for that).
It's possible to run Ubuntu from a live usb disk (nothing is saved on the hard drive).
Feel free to install Ubuntu on your computer! If you have a Windows OS installed, you can read this page if you want to install Ubuntu on your hard drive without erasing the Windows OS.
Another way to use GIMX is to run it from a Ubuntu Live USB Persistent Flash Drive.

Connector

Bluetooth dongle

OS compatibility: Ubuntu-based GNU/Linux distributions only (there is no appropriate access to the bluetooth stack on Windows).
Using a bluetooth dongle or an internal bluetooth module, GIMX can emulate the following controllers:
  • Dualshock 3, for PS3
  • Dualshock 4, for PS4
While all bluetooth dongles/modules can't work with GIMX, working dongles are quite common. Check the compatibility list.
For PS4 only:
  • A genuine DS4 controller is required because GIMX has to authenticate to the PS4.
  • An AVR USB board such as the Teensy 2.0 is also required for the bluetooth pairing procedure.

USB adapter

OS compatibility: Ubuntu-based GNU/Linux distributions and Windows (7 or later).
GIMX adapter
Using a specific Do-It-Yourself USB adapter, the following emulations are available:
  • EMUJOYSTICKPS3: HID joystick emulation, with 16bit stick axes, for PS3
  • EMUPS3: Sixaxis emulation, for PS3
  • EMU360: 360 pad emulation, for Xbox 360
  • EMUPS4: Hori Pad FPS Plus emulation, for PS4 (with touchpad support)
  • EMUXONE: Xbox One pad emulation, for Xbox One
  • EMUG29PS4: Logitech G29 gaming wheel emulation, for PS4, with force feedback support
  • EMUG27PS3: Logitech G27 gaming wheel emulation, for PS3, with force feedback support
  • EMUGTFPS2: Logitech GT Force emulation, for PS2, with force feedback support
  • EMUDFPS2: Logitech Driving Force emulation, for PS2, with force feedback support
  • EMUDFPPS2: Logitech Driving Force Pro emulation, for PS2, with force feedback support
  • EMUG27PC: Logitech G27 gaming wheel emulation, for PC, force feedback support
Notes:
Forget about using any other USB to USB cable (like file transfer cables, or direct cables), they are not suited to this use.
For 360: a genuine wired 360 controller is required because the USB adapter has to authenticate to the console. A wireless 360 controller with a play and charge kit will NOT work.
For PS4: a genuine DS4 controller is required because GIMX has to authenticate to the console.
For Xbox One: a genuine Xbox One controller is required because GIMX has to authenticate to the console. Controllers with the 3.5mm jack are not supported yet.
Titan One
GIMX can also emulate a gamepad (not a wheel) using a Titan One (formerly known as GamepadProxy/Cronus/CronusMax). The Titan One can work with the PS3, the Xbox 360, the Xbox One, and the PS4.

Gaming mouse

If you want to play console FPS games with a mouse, forget about using a mouse with anything less than 2000DPI and 250Hz.
A gaming mouse with 5000+ DPI and running at 500Hz is highly recommended.
Whereas a gaming mouse with more than 1600 DPI doesn't really make a difference on a computer, it's not the case with GIMX.
GIMX can decelerate mouse movements so as to counteract the in-game acceleration.
A high DPI mouse gives a better linearity (i.e. smoother movements) in this specific case.

Tutorials

Software installation

Quick start

Config editors

Axis translation parameters

Mouse calibration

Mouse tweaks

Macros

DIY USB adapter

DIY USB adapter for dummies

Logitech force feedback wheels

Raspberry Pi setup hints

Troubleshooting

First make sure you have the latest GIMX version.
Then look at the FAQ and the bug list, see if your problem is already known, and if it's not, report it.
If you think you may have misconfigured something, ask for help on the forum.

Old tutorials

Translations

The GIMX version in these tutorials is 0.24: they are outdated.

Configuration & Calibration

This tutorial gives more details about how to adjust your configuration with gimx-config.

GIMX "the hard way"

Running GIMX from the command line

Development