Gilou9999 Posted August 15, 2011 Share Posted August 15, 2011 This hasn't been my experience. Basically this is how I find the perfect pixel proportion: 1. After I launch the game, I find the correct vertical size. This is fairly easy with scanlines because the pixels will 'lock' into place and become very sharp. If they aren't 'locked' the entire game screen appears blurry. This is most noticeable in type. 2. Then I re-size the horizontal. When resizing, you can see multiple lines (or waves) in the image as you are changing the horizontal size. It starts off with a lot of lines throughout, but as you get closer to the correct value, these lines begin to lessen in number until they are eliminated. 3. I then move the screen's position with the left thumbstick left to right to see if any distortions appear. If it is correct, there will be none and the screen will move smoothly across the monitor. Lol, that's EXACTLY how i set up my pixel perfect screen on my sdtv (480i)and i noticed too, the vertical size of the screen isn't modified with fbl 1.4, i only have a small distortion horizontallyi agree for been able to modify with the dpad the smaller modifier value when pressing it (it would act the same as the right thumbstick)it would solve the problem because we would be able to modify the screen value the more precisely possibleand as far as i m concerned i hadn't any issue with my screen values when i move it only with the left thumbstick p.s.: dodonpachi 3 runs incredibly good for our good old xbox! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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