Setup Frame Skipping in PPSSPP

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

Hi! You're watching VisiHow! In the previous tutorial, we sped up the emulator. This is a tutorial on how to set up frame-skipping in the PlayStation Portable emulator.

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Steps

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    Let's open up the emulator by double-clicking the icon
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  2. 2
    Then, click "Settings"
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    Now, you will be in the "Graphics" section.
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    You might need to scroll down, depending on your screen size
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    In this case, no scrolling down is needed, as we clearly see the "Framerate control" section. To set up frame-skipping, you have four options. The first one is "Frameskipping". It's now set to "Off".
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    Click "Frameskipping"
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    You can set it to "Off" and "1" through "8"
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    Depending on your computer and the game, you might need to change this. You will have to test the "Frameskipping" option for each game. For example, you can set it to "1"; and one frame per second will be skipped.
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    You can also check "Auto frameskip"
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    The frame-skipping will be done automatically.
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    Also, you can check "Prevent FPS from exceeding 60 (speeds up GoW)"
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    This means that by limiting frames per second in games, some of them will be sped up. God of War is one of the examples that can benefit from that.
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    You can also click "Alternative speed (in %, 0=unlimited)"
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    It's set to "0", which means it's unlimited.
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    If you want to set an alternative speed for games, drag the slider to the right or left
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    Alternatively, click the "+" or "-" signs. Then set these according to your preference and bear in mind that for different games you might need to choose different options.
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    Click "OK" once you've finished
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This concludes our tutorial on how to set up frame-skipping 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.

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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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