Change the Rendering Resolution in PPSSPP

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng, Anonymous

You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we changed the screen button style. This is a tutorial on how to change the rendering resolution in the PlayStation Portable emulator.

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Steps

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    To begin, open the emulator by double-clicking the icon.
    A shortcut for PPSSPP is on the desktop in this video. You may have the program saved in another location.
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    Once the program loads, click "Settings" on the right side of the window.
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    Click the "Graphics" section of the "Settings" menu.
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    Then, scroll down until you find "Rendering resolution".
    "Rendering resolution" is located under the "Performance" heading. The "Rendering resolution" is currently set to "Auto(1:1)".
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    Click "Rendering resolution" to open a menu of other options.
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    For example, click "3x PSP".
    This means that the new resolution will be three times the original resolution of the PSP screen.
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    Click "Rendering resolution" again.
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    If your computer is strong enough, you can also click "10x PSP".
    This is the maximum setting. Be aware that when you are using a higher rendering resolution, your game play may be slower, depending on how powerful your computer is.
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See more tutorials on the PlayStation Portable PPSSPP emulator: Screen Button Style, Turning Off Autoupdating, Disabling Sound, Enabling Screen Controls, Rendering Methods, Enabling "Vsync", Enabling "Sound Speed Hack", Installing PPSSPP, Displaying FPS, Speeding Up, Frameskipping, DInput Deadzones, Audio Latency, Deadzone for XInput, Display Orientation, Redefining Keys, Screen Controls Layout, Texture Filtering Options, Audio Processing Methods, Resetting Options, Upscaling, Full-Screen Mode, Shaders, and Downloading PPSSPP.

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