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Weird graphics/screen issue
#1
Hello all. So I'm running PCSX2 on my new gaming laptop, and the performance is fine and I'm not having any weird graphical glitches. Except, it doesn't matter what game I run, there seems to be a weird, mesh-type filter over the game, that almost makes it seem like I'm playing through a screen-door or like on a really old television. I've switched through the different renderers, checking and unchecking just about every option along the way, and nothing seems to rectify the issue.

Here's a screencap from Persona 4 to show the issue I'm having: http://i.imgur.com/IsAX856.png

And one from Tony Hawk 3 to show it's not just the one game doing it: http://i.imgur.com/9rXpfUx.png

My computer specs are as following:
OS - Windows 7 Premium 64-bit
CPU - Intel i5 4200m 2.50GHz
Video - Nvidia GT 750m

PCSX2 version is 1.2.1. Anyone know of a solution?
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#2
Turn off the FX shader from the GSdx settings? Don't turn everything on without knowing what they do first Tongue2
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#3
(09-12-2014, 11:30 PM)Coornio Wrote: Turn off the FX shader from the GSdx settings? Don't turn everything on without knowing what they do first Tongue2


FX shader isn't on :/ all settings are set to default.
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#4
try pressing f7. looks like you toggled the filters
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#5
isn't that tv filter effect? press f7 til it goes away.

note to dev: you might remove that as a hotkey and make it some "stylie menu" switch together with all the postpro. Smile
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