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Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator

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In svr 2011 PPSSPP I have done all settings of the keyboard but it's not working on the game, what to do?

I am running PPSSPP on directx3d9 and my keyboard settings are not working on the game. There is no svr 2011 posted here its assassins creed bloodlines. I have tried: I tried to change the settings of the game for the keyboard options but it didn't work in the PPSSPP emulator. I think it was caused by: I think it's my directx3d9 software from which I am running PPSSPP to play smackdown vs raw 2011.

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How to make the nice graphic in the PPSSPP?

How to setting the PPSSPP graphics to get the best graphics ?

Bear in mind that this emulator is a work in progress, and the developers are still fixing bugs and making improvements. With that said, you can also play around with the app's graphics settings to get the most out of certain games. Here's an example setting I used for Soul Calibur:

Mode: Buffered Rendering

Frame skipping: 2 (Auto is sometimes very slow, but I use it as default on most games)

Prevent FPS from exceeding 60: on

Post-processing shader: Bloom

Stretch to display + Mipmapping: on

Rendering Resolution: 3xPSP

Hardware transform + Vertex Cache + Vertex Decoder Jit: on

Low-quality splines: off

Texture scaling options:

Nothing changed

Anisotropic filtering: 8x

Texture filter: Auto

H a c k settings options:

Nothing enabled (when on it caused graphical issues)

More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: How to convert 7z file to an ISO file for PPSSPP

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