It is part of the program itself and changes with every game. They are called.... (drum roll).... bezels . All this has been made possible by enthusiasts and everything is freeware. There are specialist for many of the separate parts of the software (RetroPie). The bezels are part of what is called The Bezel Project. Some people do the in-game previews (short, looped videos of the games), others do backgrounds or write scripts to provide extra functionality, e.g. the safe shut down button on the back of the TV as a Raspberry Pi doesn't come with a switch. You just wire a switch yourself and attach the wires to certain pins on the board that makes up the Pi. Running the script downloads a small piece of software and commands to make it work.
:happy0065: Holy cow, what a coincidence sir ! ..That is beyond cool !!! :smile-thumb2:
It's incredible learning about all of this actually. I know a lot of
those mini retro systems like the Nes Classic Edition, and Super
NES Classic Edition, along with Mini Sega Genesis have been super
popular the last couple of years. :cool2: But all of this that you are
talking about above is really extraordinary, and takes things to a
whole different level. It's so awesome it's not even funny actually
Frans. ..Has to be so much fun !
Thanks so much for all of the information about all of this !