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FF XII Graphics
#1
When the game starts, as a i click new game. Graphics get cut off like diagonally. i dont know what settings are best for this...

btw as the game starts graphics seems really good and smooth but just when i click new game and intro starts, it gets really choppy. and one part of the screen is pure black.

I get about good 60 FPS.


Heres my specs

Intel Core i7
2,666 MHZ
4 Gig Ram
ATI Radeon HD 3600 Series
Windows 7, 64 Bit.


thanks guys !
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#2
Without any emulator settings,versions or plugins used, no one can actually help you.
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#3
oh sorry i forgot to put it. here it is


http://img691.imageshack.us/i/settingss.png/
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#4
Set GSdx to DX10 Hardware at renderer
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#5
this wat it looks like still...

http://qik.com/video/3682044



and btw, i copied my settings here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__FULtkR3N0

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nevermind !! ITS GOOD NOW ! IT WAS ONLY THE SINGING PART. lol.

tHANKS FOR YOUR HELP <333
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#6
So all this time you were talking about Final Fantasy X-2 (10 - 2 ) and NOT Final Fantasy XII (12)...You can fix the videos by pressing F9 but it will be slow.
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#7
Yeah... sorry about that... my FPS dropped to 50.. weird. lol thanks alot !
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#8
The FFX-2 FMVs are a known issue with PCSX2. You have to use Software rendering mode (which is what you are using by pressing F9); it's more compatible, but usually slower than Hardware mode, unless you have a really powerful CPU with a really crappy graphics card.
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#9
(11-26-2009, 09:51 AM)boogerthe2nd Wrote: The FFX-2 FMVs are a known issue with PCSX2. You have to use Software rendering mode (which is what you are using by pressing F9); it's more compatible, but usually slower than Hardware mode, unless you have a really powerful CPU with a really crappy graphics card.

would changing to software rendering help with FFXII videos also? I am having that problem with that problem.
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#10
As far as I know, FF12 shouldn't have that issue with videos (I never had it myself). You are free to try the software renderer though since it generally is more compatible.
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