Final Fantasy 7 *1M PLUS Edition*

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Final Fantasy 7 *1M PLUS Edition*

FINAL FANTASY VII has quickly become one of the best-selling Role Playing games of all time. Combining fully polygonal characters with pre-rendered backgrounds and a stirring musical score by Nobuo Uematsu, FINAL FANTASY VII is a worthwhile addition to any RPG collection.

Out of the two 1M Edition versions, this is definitely the superior one. Take a look below, the new features have a + sign.


* VERY simple to install. Just mount or burn the image and then install the game. Takes half as much time as the Ultima Edition.
* Doesn't need to be cracked. Just install and play.
* I've personally encoded all of the movies, taking the normally 880mb movies folder down to 300mb. No quality is lost!
* Registry will automatically correct itself upon installation so you don't have to mess with it.
* New character icons from Advent Children.
+ Highly improved character models!
+ MUCH higher resolutions.
+ Tools that will allow you to add more custom stuff to the game.
+ A patch that allows you to play as Sephiroth fighting the evil Cloud throughout the game.
+ Unlike the other version, this one is completely moddable.

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Pass: Warez-bb

I have the game working perfectly now, and here's everything I did:

1. Open the ffdshow video decoder config and under DirectShow Control set Multiple ffdshow instances to none - disabled.
2. Install the tm20decSetup.exe file and ff7betap1.exe file.
3. Right click on ff7 High-Res.exe and click Properties. Then set the compatibility mode to Windows 98 / Windows ME.
4. Open the Codec Tweak Tool and disable the AVI splitter (Gabest) codec under Direct Show Filter Management [K-Lite Codec Pack] and the DivX codec under Direct Show Filter Management [Other].

After I did all that, the game and videos are all working as expected. No black screens, green glitches, or upsidedown videos; and definitely no crashing after the first battle.
I hope this can help some of you get the game working, it has for me. If all else fails, try disabling codecs one by one. That's how I got the videos to work, other than searching google for possible solutions.

For those having problems with the disc, you need to mount the dummy images that are installed in the Fixed Images folder and not the image used to install the game. You may also need to do some registry editing, there's a text file to assist with that. Check the FF7 install folder for the Fixed Images folder.

Also, if you want quick money at the start of the game all you need is a program like Cheat Engine or MHS. Then you enter the address 00DC08B4 and put any amount you want. I've only tried this with the 1MPLUS high res exe, I don't know if it works with the original ff7 exe or any other ff7 versions.

Good luck!

Known Issue:
There is one problem I noticed after I finished packing and it pretty much is my fault. This mistake can be easily fixed within a couple of seconds by you, though. Click Start>Run>type regedit>click ok>Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>Software>Squaresoft, Inc.> then highlight Final Fantasy VII. You'll see some entries to the right. Right next to "AppPath" you'll see it pointing to a directory. The problem is that it has FF7 in the path twice. Edit to look like "\1M Edition\Final Fantasy VII\" and the problem with saving will be fixed.

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