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Then what do you want? No one understands what you want.

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I don't understand how to have the scanline curved filter...

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You can try the following:
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mame -video bgfx -bgfx_screen_chains hlsl

or set the two options in mame.ini if you don't want to type them in every time.

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Make a mame.ini by using this command. mame64 -cc

Then paste these in there over the old settings.

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# OSD VIDEO OPTIONS
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video d3d

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# DIRECT3D POST-PROCESSING OPTIONS
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hlsl_enable 1

If you want rounded corners. I using these below.

distort_corner 0.02
round_corner 0.10
smooth_border 0.01

Just 0.0 those out. If you don't any of this showing. Should look like this.

distort_corner 0.0
round_corner 0.0
smooth_border 0.0

You will get a hang of the settings. Take a while.


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Hello !

OK thank you for your help I will try... & how we modify the parameters of the scanline, to have a more or less important space between the scan lines ?

Thanks best regards !

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Originally Posted by Just Desserts
For example, if you're on Windows, try running MAME with "-hlsl" on the command line. Bam, scanlines.


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In my HLSL folder I have this:

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I tried the following command:

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mame64 gx4000 -nowindow -hlsl distorsion -cart "e:\games\gx4000\tintin on the moon.bin"


But I have this error message:

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I tried with another filter & I still get this error message ?!

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mame64 gx4000 -nowindow -hlsl scanline -cart "e:\games\gx4000\tintin on the moon.bin"


No filter works !!!

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There is no argument to -hlsl. So:

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mame64 gx4000 -nowindow -hlsl -cart "e:\games\gx4000\tintin on the moon.bin"


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OK but then how to choose the filter in this folder ?

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You go to the sliders (~ key, or Tab and then Slider Controls) to control all the parameters. All of those files are auto-used.

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I am in " Slider controls " but I have no options for the filters ???

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