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RE: PPSSPP options explained - [Unknown] - 07-19-2015 11:02 PM

Turn off Google Cardboard.

-[Unknown]


A question on one of the settings. - Damned - 08-26-2015 06:06 PM

Anisotropic Filtering under Texture Filtering header. Which setting is the most accurate to the hardware, Auto or Off?


RE: PPSSPP options explained - vnctdj - 08-26-2015 06:27 PM

Merged.


RE: PPSSPP options explained - KingHamster678 - 09-27-2015 02:06 PM

Hi people, sorry for asking but...
Can you please check my options?
Upscale Level: Off
Upscale Type :xBRZ
Deposterize: OFF
Anisotropic Filtering: OFF
Texture filtering : Linear
Screen scaling filter : Nearest
Change CPU Clock : 65
Frameskipping : OFF
I/O Timing Method : ON/Host
Force Real clock sync : OFF
What should i change here for best PERFORMANCE?
What number of frames SHOULD i skip?
Thanks for reading and understanding! Big Grin


[split] PPSSPP 1.1.1 - Damned - 10-14-2015 01:22 PM

What does this option do?

Audio Sync (Resampling)


RE: PPSSPP options explained - vnctdj - 10-14-2015 04:22 PM

Merged.


RE: PPSSPP options explained - dinierto - 10-17-2015 12:01 PM

Hi all, I'm new to these boards. Basically I'm running PPSSPP on an Nvidia Shield Android TV, and I wanted to make sure I have all of my settings correct for the best graphical appearance. I went here to see what all of the options do, but I notice this list is missing a ton of them. I also looked at the "Guide:- Maximizing the performance of PPSSPP on your Android/Windows device" thread, but it's geared towards FPS and not best appearance. Am I missing something or is there somewhere that can give me the information I am looking for?


RE: PPSSPP options explained - [Unknown] - 10-17-2015 03:05 PM

(10-17-2015 12:01 PM)dinierto Wrote:  Hi all, I'm new to these boards. Basically I'm running PPSSPP on an Nvidia Shield Android TV, and I wanted to make sure I have all of my settings correct for the best graphical appearance. I went here to see what all of the options do, but I notice this list is missing a ton of them. I also looked at the "Guide:- Maximizing the performance of PPSSPP on your Android/Windows device" thread, but it's geared towards FPS and not best appearance. Am I missing something or is there somewhere that can give me the information I am looking for?

In general, for the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, I recommend:

Graphics
* Reset everything to defaults.
* Set render resolution to anything you like, e.g. 4x.
* Change Vertex Cache to off.
* Ensure Lazy Texture Caching is off.
* Ensure Spline/Bezier curves quality is High.
* If you prefer, set Upscale level to 2x. Recommend Hybrid + deposterize.
* Set Anistropic filtering to 16x or 8x.

System
* Enable compatibility server reports if you're okay with it.
* Turn "Fast memory" on.
* Leave "Multithreaded" off.

That's about it. The other settings are good at their defaults, changing them will in most cases only decrease quality. In a few cases there are compatibility hacks or experimental features like networking.

-[Unknown]


RE: PPSSPP options explained - dinierto - 10-17-2015 03:07 PM

(10-17-2015 03:05 PM)[Unknown] Wrote:  
(10-17-2015 12:01 PM)dinierto Wrote:  Hi all, I'm new to these boards. Basically I'm running PPSSPP on an Nvidia Shield Android TV, and I wanted to make sure I have all of my settings correct for the best graphical appearance. I went here to see what all of the options do, but I notice this list is missing a ton of them. I also looked at the "Guide:- Maximizing the performance of PPSSPP on your Android/Windows device" thread, but it's geared towards FPS and not best appearance. Am I missing something or is there somewhere that can give me the information I am looking for?

In general, for the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, I recommend:

Graphics
* Reset everything to defaults.
* Set render resolution to anything you like, e.g. 4x.
* Change Vertex Cache to off.
* Ensure Lazy Texture Caching is off.
* Ensure Spline/Bezier curves quality is High.
* If you prefer, set Upscale level to 2x. Recommend Hybrid + deposterize.
* Set Anistropic filtering to 16x or 8x.

System
* Enable compatibility server reports if you're okay with it.
* Turn "Fast memory" on.
* Leave "Multithreaded" off.

That's about it. The other settings are good at their defaults, changing them will in most cases only decrease quality. In a few cases there are compatibility hacks or experimental features like networking.

-[Unknown]

Awesome, thanks for the quick response!


RE: PPSSPP options explained - banshee23 - 10-22-2015 10:35 AM

gud evening, i need a little help here. my tekken 5 dr is not working in characters like roger jr.. it just hang and the flaming background still animating.. everytym i bump with roger jr in any mode it just hang :-( .. my god it feels like unworthy to promote my favorotes characters


RE: PPSSPP options explained - PPSSPP.PSP - 07-24-2016 12:45 AM

What does Ignore illegal reads/writes / doesn't exist on SDL version do? Don't think of having it a debug feature. I want a well explanation for this. What it does and why is it used?


RE: PPSSPP options explained - FGF111 - 03-30-2017 03:58 PM

What does "force real clock sync" mean? and what does it do?

Does it refer to a real clock (time) or the CPU clock?


RE: PPSSPP options explained - Gennie - 06-09-2017 03:27 AM

this could help...thanks a lot


RE: PPSSPP options explained - Aztharos - 07-22-2017 10:59 AM

Thanks . That's help me so much


RE: PPSSPP options explained - Macky29 - 03-03-2020 11:05 PM

Hello everyone!

First Post

I'm using a xiaomi black shark 1 (snapdragon 845, 1080 x 2160 native res)

PPSSPP 1.94 stable

I have rendering resolution at 2x (default). 1x just looks bad...but my question is - which is fundamentally better, display resolution at 2x or native device resolution? Both have samey quality output but I am trying to figure out which one is more power efficient/better/faster.

TIA