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Nestopia - vsync and buffering? #95431
08/09/14 07:23 PM
08/09/14 07:23 PM
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Hi all,
Back at building a MAME since my first (and only) back in 2006. It's like riding a bicycle in many ways.. but lots of other things have changed. Right now, I'm deciding between using MESS to run NES or Nestopia to run NES. For Nestopia to work perfectly... only issue is that darned side scroll tearing.

I've read elsewhere to 'turn off vsync' and 'turn on triple buffering' as a potential solution but I'm unable to find where to do this.

Thanks for any help,
Daniel


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Re: Nestopia - vsync and buffering? [Re: McMean] #95432
08/09/14 07:24 PM
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Are you asking about NEStopia or MESS? Those options would apply to MESS, but NEStopia is different.

Re: Nestopia - vsync and buffering? [Re: McMean] #95434
08/09/14 07:28 PM
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NEStopia. I guess I mis-read the solution then?

Let me re-phrase then I guess... Other than the monitor being in its native resolution, is there a tried and true method to reduce / remove tearing when using NEStopia?

Thanks!
Daniel


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