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Djay 10 September 2012 03:39

Help : Setting up display properly
 
Its been a while since i have used WinUAE...

Try as might i can't quite get the display to look like my 1084s monitor... well the ratios etc using a 22" LCD monitor running @ 1920x1080

for example

i know there should be a big border at the bottom of the screen, whilst playing Turrican... but i can't WinUAE's display to do it... its stretched to 4:3 full screen

back in workbench, the some of the vertical lines on things like the windows, drawers and text are kind of double lines, if i move the window it will drop in and out of double lines...

it looks ok in Windowed mode...

can anyone give a run down of the settings i need to do for fullscreen mode?

I know this is pretty basic but i am stuck!!!

Toni Wilen 10 September 2012 11:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by Djay (Post 838699)
i know there should be a big border at the bottom of the screen, whilst playing Turrican... but i can't WinUAE's display to do it... its stretched to 4:3 full screen

Filter panel has aspect ratio settings. Only current betas support autoscale aspect ratio correction (If you use autoscale option)

Quote:

back in workbench, the some of the vertical lines on things like the windows, drawers and text are kind of double lines, if i move the window it will drop in and out of double lines...
Normal scaling artifacts. Set Filter panel scaling mode to no scaling if you want 1:1 pixel mapping.

If you want to use chipset mode + scaling: make sure you don't use 800x600 or some other small PC resolution. Scaling always looks better if target resolution is as large as possible. Select 1920x1080 (if you have fast enough GPU) and adjust filter panel options to fill the screen as you want.

Amiga native modes always need scaling if you want screen without borders.

RTG mode with matching LCD nominal resolution would look the best.

Djay 10 September 2012 16:39

Thanks Toni

I will try it out


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