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Framelimiter - how to change the cap?
#1
Hi, i wanted to ask, if its possible to change the framelimiting-settings. As it caps at 60 fps (which is quite obsolete, as human eyes are running on ~30 fps), i would like to set the rate to 30 fps.

Is it possible somehow? i tried to alter the settings, but they stay greyed-out.
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#2
In the inis folder in PCSX2_vm
FramerateNTSC=59.94
FrameratePAL=50.0
Setting it to 30,you'll definitely see it running twice slower than the normal speed
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#3
To build on what vsub said, consoles are meant to run at 60 FPS (or 50 FPS if in the PAL region) and anything slower/faster will cause a slowdown/speedup. For example, refer to this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6nj9CXkWNE

Because that Gameboy is overclocked to twice its speed, it runs at 120 FPS (or whatever the framecap is for a GBA SP) and double its normal speed.
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#4
Cant i just set it to 30 fps and then skip every 2nd frame, so its 30 fps and fullspeed? Is there a way to make it work?
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#5
You could keep it on 60 FPS and then set frame skipping to skip 1 frame, and draw 1 frame. This will keep it on full speed, but 30 FPS. Although, on most games, it will cause huge graphical issues due to the PS2's hardware.

Honestly, I wouldn't try to mess with it unless your graphics card (GS) is pushing 100%.
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#6
Hehe, gonna try it out, thx. My FFX is still a bit laggy sometimes and i guess FFXII wont be much better
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