Enable Vertical Synchronization in PPSSPP
Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng
Hi! You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we changed the rendering method. This is a tutorial on how to enable the vertical synchronization in the PlayStation Portable emulator.
- 5The screen, while moving to the right or to the left, won't be cut in half. Depending on the power of your computer you need to set this either "On" or "Off". Setting this to "On" will make the games stutter or be slower if your computer isn't strong enough. Bear that in mind.Check "VSync".Advertisement
This concludes our tutorial on how to enable vertical synchronization in the PlayStation Portable emulator. Thank you for watching VisiHow! If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comments section below.
See more tutorials on the PlayStation Portable PPSSPP emulator:
- Screen Button Style
- Rendering Resolution
- Turning Off Autoupdating
- Disabling Sound
- Enabling Screen Controls
- Rendering Methods
- Enabling "Vsync"
- Enabling "Sound Speed Hack"
- Installing PPSSPP
- Displaying FPS
- Speeding Up
- DInput Deadzones
- Deadzone for XInput
- Display Orientation
- Redefining Keys
- Screen Controls Layout
- Texture Filtering Options
- Audio Processing Methods
- Resetting Options
- Full-Screen Mode
- Downloading PPSSPP.
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