Setup Video Options on NES Emulator on Huawei G700
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Rushell, Eng, Anonymous
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Start off by pressing the Lock button on the right side of the phone.
Then swipe down on the phone screen to unlock it.
Once the phone is unlocked, we need to go to the Emulator.
In this case, it is in the "Emulators" folder, so we'll tap that.
Now, we'll tap on the "NES emu" icon.
Once the emulator launches, we need to go to "Options", so tap on that.
Then tap "Video" at the top of the screen.
On the "Video Options" screen, we can make several changes.
For example, tap on "Frame Skip" at the top.
We can then set "Frame Skip" to "Auto" or zero (0).
By tapping on "Image Interpolation", we can change that as well.
Tapping once changes this option to "None," and tapping again changes it back to "Linear".
We can set "Image Effect" by tapping on that option, and then choosing one from the list.
This affects the graphics. When all effects are turned off, everything will be pixelated. To make the graphics smoother, choose from the available shaders.
For this example, let's tap on the second option, "hq2x".
Tap on "Overlay Effect", which is similar to "Image Effect".
We can choose "Scanlines", double "Scanlines", "CRT Mask", and so on.
In this case, we don't want any overlay effects, so we'll just tap on the top of the screen to go back.
However, if we had set any overlay effects, we could change the levels by tapping on "Overlay Effect Level".
To make the most of the screen, we should always have "Zoom" and "Screen Area" both at "100%".
We can also change the "Aspect Ratio" of the screen by tapping on that.
It is currently set to "4:3".
Other options for "Aspect Ratio" are "8:7", "1:1", or "Full Screen".
The generally preferred setting is "4:3" because most of the NES games use that aspect ratio.
Tap on "Aspect Ratio" at the top to go back to the "Video Options" screen.
"Fast CPU->GPU Copy" and "Use Highest Color Mode" should both always be "On".
However, if our phone has an overall low performance, then we could turn these options off.
If we're streaming a video to an external screen, the "External Screen" option can be set to output "Game Content".
Tap on that to change to "OS Managed", which is anything determined by the operating system.
In this demonstration, we'll change it back to "Game Content".
Finally, we can choose a "Video System".
It is currently set to "Auto", but if we tap on it, we can choose from "NTSC" or "PAL" manually. For now, let's keep it at "Auto".
To save the changes, press the back button at the lower left corner of the phone.
Press the back button once more.
Now the settings have been changed.
This concludes our tutorial on how to set up video options for NES Emulator on the Huawei G700. Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
Video: Setup Video Options on NES Emulator on Huawei G700
Recent edits by: Eng, Rushell, Lukward Thomason