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Trying to understand !!!!!
#1
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Hi everybody.
After walking a bit to move in the emulator, I came to a conclusion. If I set the video in this way appears : »
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the game, more specifically Gran Turismo 4, runs faster and better definition.
The question is: in windowed mode, which should bring the resolution D3D Internal Res?
I put 1280 X 1024, but how far can you go?
And because faster and more clear (high definition)?
Perhaps be a help for those who did not know this configuration.
Someone who knows, help me to understand me.
Thanks.
Gran Turismo 4 rocks.
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#2
you can go as far as your graphics card will allow, which i think on most modern cards is a max texture size of 4096x4096, but be warned, it will HOG memory and likely be rediculously slow, not to mention a waste. Going above your screen resolution (presuming you use maximized window mode) will be a waste of processing, simply because it wont show the extra pixels.
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#3
The maximum resolution on my pc is 1680 X 1050 with a Nvidia Geforce 8800GT, and a display Asus of 22 inches.
Which you believe should be, the resolution?
And because in this mode (windowed and not native) runs much better?
Thank you.
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#4
1) Disable NLoop Hack, that's a hack meant only for Final Fantasy games. It may crash or cause glitches to Gran Turismo. Leave it grey-checked so the system will define when to use it or not.

2) Disable edge antialiasing. It works only in software mode and you're not playing n software mode (you're in directx10 (hardware) mode), so disable it or play it in "software" mode wich won't play good at all.

3) Interleacing, plus the blur checkbox? I think that this combination will degrade your graphics quality but if you're happy with them play with them =P

4) To your question: the max resoution should be your screen resolution. But have in mind that setting a 1680x1050 internal resolution and playing in a window at, say, 1280x800, will be a waste of resources because you won't see the extra pixels. Play in full screen or play it windowed with a resolution that matches the size of your window. And try to set aspect ratio to 16:9 if you're on widescreen. "Stretch" will only make your characters look bad or the cars look out of scale.
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#5
Hi dotHack.
Thanks a lot, for explain.
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