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Kallisto

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Setting up the perfect video fceugx settings on Retroarch.
« on: February 09, 2017, 09:16:05 am »
So I got a few video options I've been messing with, and here is what I've been looking at -

Soft Filter Enable (I have this automatically On since the screen would look ugly if I had this off)

Threaded Video (I don't know the benefits of this, but I have it off)
Vsync (I have this on automatically)
HW Bilinear Filtering (I have this on)

The issue is I don't know if HW Bi linear Filtering provides Cleaner graphics or having it off gives the game cleaner graphics. It seems HW Bilinear Filtering only benefits certain games, but not others, but if I have it off that it gives games a bit more of a colorful look, but there is some pixelation going on.

Also as a test when playing with the Bi Linear Filter on a game that I noticed that by having it off that it makes the Sand Tile graphics stretch around a little bit, but having it on shrinks it, and gives it a more cleaner look. The issue is I don't know which is the true graphics for the game.

What would be the perfect video settings when messing around with the video options?
« Last Edit: February 13, 2017, 01:51:22 am by Kallisto »