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Old 15 November 2020, 21:22   #1
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No Scaling vs Automatic Integer Scaling

Hello,
i have a doubt regarding these 2 ways to use Winuae with a 19" Full Hd LCD monitor (1920x1080) , in Fullscreen mode.

I attach the different layouts i get playing with SWOS.

With no scaling i have green borders in Swos (as far i can see coulour changes according to the game, in Wiz'n'Liz borders are blue)

With automatic integer scaling to 1/8 i have black borders

My concerns are not from a "cosmetic" point of view, but regarding emulation performance, with automatic integer scaling i continue to see the scaling working, for example in wiz'n'liz screen resolutions seems to change 3 times from the title screen, with no scaling resolution seems to be fixed.

According to your experience, what is the best way to use fullscreen with a LCD monitor full hd 16:9 ?

Maybe you've already talked about that, with searching feature i didn't find the answers.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 15 November 2020, 21:25   #2
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Personally I always use "No scaling"
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Old 15 November 2020, 21:28   #3
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Personally I always use "No scaling"
Ok, so the "coloured" borders are the price to pay to use "No scaling" right? These bars not used for playing, could someway affect emulation performances ?
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Old 15 November 2020, 22:50   #4
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The keyword here is "automatic" - automatic scaling modes may blank overscan area so you have no green/blue/whatever border.
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Old 16 November 2020, 00:15   #5
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Ok, so the "coloured" borders are the price to pay to use "No scaling" right?
Yes but you only see them in games that have overscan.

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These bars not used for playing, could someway affect emulation performances ?
Nope, not that I'm aware of.

Never seen any issues

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Old 01 December 2020, 02:27   #6
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Yeah I don't use scaling, however I do use 2x horizontal and 2x vertical just to boost the size up.
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