Alter Interframe Blending in the VBA Emulator
Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Dougie, Doug Collins
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to change "Interframe Blending" on the VisualBoyAdvance emulator.
We will do this by double-clicking the emulator. I have a VisualBoyAdvance emulator icon on my desktop, but you may have it saved in another location.
When the emulator is open, click "File" in the menu at the top of the window
In the drop down menu, click "Open"
Then, find and select the game
For this tutorial, I will use the "Pokemon" game.
When the game begins, if you move your character, you will notice that the screen also scrolls
Depending on the setup of your computer and the game itself, you may need to change the interframe blending. To change the interframe blending, click on "Options" in the menu at the top of the window.
In the drop down menu, go to "Filter"
Then, go to "Interframe Blending"
There are three options in the expanded menu that you can choose from
For my this particular game on my computer, it is best to choose "None".
For a different game, you may need either "Motion Blur" or "Smart"
For this tutorial, I will click on "Motion Blur" by clicking it once.
After selecting "Motion Blur", you will notice that when you move your character, the screen picture is blurry
Now, I will go to the same menu and choose "Smart" by clicking it once
After selecting "Smart", you will notice that when you move your character, the screen as well as the sprites on the screen, get art effects
Change these settings according to your preference, and then you can continue playing the game.
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