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    flickcorp
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    I would like to know how to setup each of my emulators, nes, snes, sega etc to auto stretch them to fit my monitors any method?

    Raspberry Pi B 512mb
    Generic 64gb SD
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    Generic 128gb MicroSD
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    Samsung Evo 16gb MicroSD
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    #86373
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    I know not how to do it across all emulators but in retroarch under settings/video options there is an aspect ratio setting that would probably do the trick for you. Personally I don’t like having 4×3 gmaes stretched to my 16×10 tv or 16×9 monitor. Sonic’s spindash is supposed to be a circle not an oval. 😛

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