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emuola 15 September 2010 20:36

iGame screenshot aspect ratio wrong?
 
Ok, got the screenies copied :) Works fine, but the screen shots seem to be squeezed as if the aspect ratio is 3:4 and not the other way around (also the default "igame" screen shot). I'm running ClassicWB Lite (ver 24) and using PAL Hires 256 colors. I tried to find some settings, but did'nt find any, so here I am (again) :help

Anyone alse having this? I know it's just a little bump on the road, but I'm soo close to a perfect whdload machine.

A1200, 68030@50/32MB, 4GB cf

fitzsteve 15 September 2010 21:08

I think you are using the screenshot pack for 640*512 try this res 'high res laced' and see if they look normal in igame after.

There is a screenshot pack that displays correctly in the lower screen mode, grab it from the cwb full pack.

Steve.

emuola 15 September 2010 21:45

Quote:

I think you are using the screenshot pack for 640*512 try this res 'high res laced' and see if they look normal in igame after.

There is a screenshot pack that displays correctly in the lower screen mode, grab it from the cwb full pack.
Thanks :) It's better with the low res pack (seems like less raster), but still the aspect ratio is the wrong way. However, it works with the PAL Hires Laced mode. I'd really like to use the Pal Hires mode (in my opinion everything looks like a bit squashed in the laced mode), is there anything I can do?

emuola 16 September 2010 05:53

BTW, I'm using the basic composite out :guru I guess an Indivision AGA would make my picture quality in the PAL hires laced mode quite a bit sharper in every way, but as you know those darned things cannot be bought anywhere (at least for a reasonable price anyway...).


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