Alter Audio Latency in PPSSPP

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, vc, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we changed the DInput deadzone. This is a tutorial on how to change the audio latency in the PlayStation Portable emulator.

Steps

  1. 1
    To begin, open the portable emulator
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    In this video, a shortcut for the portable emulator is on the desktop. You may have it saved in another location.
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  2. 2
    Click "Settings" in the menu at the right side of the window
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    At the left side of the screen, click "Audio"
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    In the "Audio" menu on the right side of the window, there is a line for "Audio latency". You can see that it is currently set to "Medium".
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  4. 4
    To change the latency, click "Audio latency"
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    A pop-up box will appear.
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    In the pop-up box, you can click "Low", "Medium", or "High"
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    Now, let's click "Low". After choosing "Low", audio will not be as delayed while you are playing games. With this setting, however, the performance of the game might be slower.
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This has been a VisiHow tutorial on how to change the audio latency in the PlayStation Portable emulator, PPSSPP. if you're having trouble adjusting the audio latency using PPSSPP, then simply leave your questions, comments, or suggestions in the area below; and we'll do our best to get back to you. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!

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