(05-28-2012, 01:16 PM)CaelThunderwing Wrote: yea tried it w/ no luck
Okay, so what's your screen resolution (I have a feeling that you might have a strange resolution running on your computer)? Be sure to use your native resolution, and make sure that the video plugin is setup correctly.
To check your resolution (in Windows 7 and Vista), right-click your desktop and select "Personalize", and then look to the bottom right corner of the "Personalization" window you'll see under "See Also" that there is a "Display" link. Click it, and then on the next page click on "Adjust Resolution".
Try changing the GSDX resolution to custom and inputting your resolution. If that doesn't work then try a multiple of the native PS2 resolution which are available from the drop-down menu where you would choose "Custom" for inputting custom resolution. If all else fails, use the actual native PS2 resolution.
For an example, my screen resolution is 1920 x 1080. Therefore I have changed the settings in my GS Window and GSDX10 to run at 1920 x 1080. But also beware that higher resolutions take more power to run. I don't have to worry about that too often since my system is more than enough to keep up in most cases, but if you run into speed trouble then you could also tell me your hardware and I'll give your recommendations on what else to do.
Of course, be sure your GS Window settings in the Emulator Settings are correct as well.
Have you played this before on PS2 and you're sure it's not just like that? It doesn't look all too terribly stretched/squashed to me in the screenshot, though I don't have anything to compare it to. What game is this?