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Resolution problem with gsdx
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Whenever I attempt to change my resolution to something like 1280 x 720 it doesn't and decides to stay at 512 x 448. How do I fix this? It does it no matter what I change any of the settings to (resolution, aspect ratio, D3D internet res) and I want the resolution to be higher than that.
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What the title bar shows is the game's native resolution. It won't change to what you set the resolution at.
The moment you uncheck 'native' in GSdx and set a custom resolution there,your game is running at the set resolution.
Do not mistake the internal resolution you set to the window size,these 2 are different settings
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#3
Alright, thanks. I'll post here again if I come across anything else I need to ask about.
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(03-05-2009, 03:05 PM)Bositman Wrote: What the title bar shows is the game's native resolution. It won't change to what you set the resolution at.
The moment you uncheck 'native' in GSdx and set a custom resolution there,your game is running at the set resolution.
Do not mistake the internal resolution you set to the window size,these 2 are different settings

This doesn't make sense.

The two resolution settings don't actually change the resolution of the game itself? I understand the first resolution is for the window, but then what's the purpose of the "D3D Internal res:"?

Example:
Using GSDX10 I set Resolution to 1360x768. Then I set D3D Internal res: to the same. FF12 still runs at 512x448.

Nevermin. I took some screen shots of different D3D resolutions. Still don't understand why a 1360x768 wouldn't be as big as my desktop which is at 1360x768, but I do notice a change.
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D3D Internal res especially for 3D games, make images less rough and elegant. 1024 by 1024 by default, the higher the smoother as well as slower, For instance on FFX-2. it's GPU consumed, you need a potent Video Card.

Always displayed native resolution on windows title, consider it temporarily switch to the D3D Internal res you set. Most likely transformation.
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(07-19-2009, 04:32 PM)NeoFryBoy Wrote:
(03-05-2009, 03:05 PM)Bositman Wrote: What the title bar shows is the game's native resolution. It won't change to what you set the resolution at.
The moment you uncheck 'native' in GSdx and set a custom resolution there,your game is running at the set resolution.
Do not mistake the internal resolution you set to the window size,these 2 are different settings

This doesn't make sense.

The two resolution settings don't actually change the resolution of the game itself? I understand the first resolution is for the window, but then what's the purpose of the "D3D Internal res:"?

Example:
Using GSDX10 I set Resolution to 1360x768. Then I set D3D Internal res: to the same. FF12 still runs at 512x448.

Nevermin. I took some screen shots of different D3D resolutions. Still don't understand why a 1360x768 wouldn't be as big as my desktop which is at 1360x768, but I do notice a change.

Repeating what Bositman already said...:
Do not mistake the internal resolution you set to the window size,these 2 are different settings

Internal resolution governs how sharp and clear the textures are. Lower values will result in a more pixelated image, higher values will make the image MUCH cleaner looking.
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