Author Topic: Blurry screen  (Read 665 times)

MrMike

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Re: Blurry screen
« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2023, 05:12:39 PM »
Thanks JMD problem solved !!
Games are nice and "pixelated" like old school.
BTW your explanation was direct and to the point, thank you.

Just to ask
I assume the fix is global as the N64 Console was blurry as well, but haven't tried it.

Thanks again
Mike

jmd

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Re: Blurry screen
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2023, 07:58:20 AM »
This should be due to the pixel filtering setting, which is activated by default.
To request that this filtering not be used, specify it in the command line sent by mGalaxy.
To do this, go to the mGalaxy folder, then the Data folder, then Definition, then open the Emulators.xml file with a text editor.
Search for Emulator name="MAME" and edit the following line:
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<System name="Arcade" option="" script="false" cmd="-rompath &quot;%path&quot; %file%ext -volume -%volume(32,0) -skip_gameinfo -nowindow -joystick" extensions="zip|7z|chd"/>this way
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<System name="Arcade" option="" script="false" cmd="-rompath &quot;%path&quot; %file%ext -volume -%volume(32,0) -skip_gameinfo -nowindow -joystick -nofilter" extensions="zip|7z|chd"/>(The difference being -nofilter)
Save the file...and it should be OK  ;)

MrMike

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Blurry screen
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2023, 06:28:50 PM »
Hello
Our games are blurry, like they are anti aliased, when running from mGalaxy.
When running from Mame the pixels are sharp. 
Running Win 10, HDMI monitor @1050 x1680.
The monitor is positioned vertically but switching to horizontal does the same.
Looked for the Win setting "fix blurry apps automatically" but did not find it.
Ideas?
Thanks in advance
Pics attached

Have a trial version but would like to purchase.