Use shaders in PPSSPP

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, vc, Eng

Hi! You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we used the full-screen mode. This is a tutorial on how to use shaders in the PlayStation Portable Emulator.

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Steps

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    First thing that we need to do is open up the emulator by double-clicking it
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    Scroll down the "Graphics" section
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    In the "Features" subsection, there is "Postprocessing shader". It's now set to "Off."
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    You can click "Postprocessing shader"
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    Then, select an existing shader. In this case, let's choose "FXAA Antialiasing". The shader will be turned on.
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    If you want to change the shader, simply click it
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    Then, click anything else. Depending on the game that you're playing and the performance of your computer, you might need to experiment to find the right shader for the game. Set this according to your preference. Then, you are free to play your game.
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This concludes our tutorial on how to use shaders 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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