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Old 11 October 2010, 08:36   #21
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Sounds more like he wants original screenshots (correct AR) and exact pixels. That's impossible... If he means 'pixel exact' only, you're right.
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By "pixel perfect" I mean that if a game is running at 320x256, I want to output an exact 320x256 image file containing each and every pixel as *presented* on the original amiga, nothing more, nothing less

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Old 11 October 2010, 09:35   #22
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Ah, got you now. Are right that achieving both is impossible, so I assumed he just meant no scaled or lost pixels.
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hello, i would like to refresh this thread
im also looking for the best winuae config so i can reach the "pixel exact" screenshoots. i have tryed so many different settings and always im getting this double pixel effect. can somebody tell me how to configure winuae so i can get the screenshoots just like we have it on HOL or LemonAmiga ? on those sites screenshoots looks perfect, with the exact 1:1 pixels, how they did it ?
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Hello there Pancio,

Have a look in this thread "Configuration for grabbing exact screenshots" http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=81750

Particularly Toni's post here: http://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p=...6&postcount=20
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In the Filter settings, set the horizontal & vertical size to 1/2X. The window size doesn'T matter too much as long as the game is not cropped. Wit hthese filter settings, there will be no double/triple etc pixel lines, each Amiga pixel will correspond to exactly one Windows pixel. You just need to hit the Print button on your keyboard, paste the file in your image editing program, and have your screenshot.
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Old 10 July 2016, 18:52   #26
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Tick "Take screenshot before filtering", then you always get 1:1 pixel screenshots. If you want lores pixel screenshots (instead of hires = 1 lores pixel = 2x2 pixels), you also need to set display panel resolution to lores and disable doubling.
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thank you Toni and Cherno for a quick response.
Cherno i allready did vertical and horizontal size 1/2x and it still gave me double pixels (not so much, meaby one line per picture). "Take screenshot before filtering" was the solution, i recommended it, you can compare.
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