Output resolution – scanlines etc..

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  • #57027
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    When the Pi outputs video from the various emulators, what resolution is output? 1080p? 240p?
    Is this configurable? I’m just wondering if it outputs in 1080p, then do the games look a little too ‘smooth’?

    Does your flatscreen TV perform any upscaling if the output is lower than 720p?

    Is there any advantage in using an XRGB mini at all? E.g to get scanlines.

    Thanks.

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    #64178
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    Hmm, this kind of talks about it in Windows and linux GUI, but not command line / via emulation station
    http://www.libretro.com/index.php/retroarch-and-240p/

    Has anyone got their Pi outputting in 240p?

    How do you guys not have a pixelated output?

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    #72065
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    Ok, I thought editing the config.txt in /boot would sort it:

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Advanced-Configuration#vga-mode-and-overscan
    http://elinux.org/RPiconfig#Video_mode_options

    but I think its more of a fundamental display issue of the emulation because its not the original hardware – therefore the correct way to deal with this seems to be using shaders?

    Here it is with no shaders

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