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Video settings window allows to change My Nes video renderer settings (not PPU or emulation).

To open the Video settings window, go to Settings>Video or press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

  • Windowed Size: This size will be used if the Resize window to windowed size option is enabled. Has no effect when Start game in fullscreen mode option is enabled.
  • Fullscreen Resolution: The resolution that will be used in fullscreen mode. Start game in fullscreen mode option should be enabled to take effect.
  • Filter: The filter to use when stretching the render image. Generally, Nes resolution is 256 x 240 pixels. When rendering into a bigger screen (window size or fullscreen resolution) the renderer needs to stretch the image. This filter determines how's the stretch should be. Point filter is chosen by default.
  • Resize window to windowed size: Indicates if the main window size should be resized to the Windowed Size you choose. Has no effect when Start game in fullscreen mode option is enabled.
  • Start game in fullscreen: Indicates if the renderer should switch to fullscreen mode each time you run a game. Also can be changed during play time via F12 button.
  • Keep aspect ratio: Indicates if the renderer should keep the aspect ratio when stretching the nes output video image. Nes resolution is 256 x 240 pixels, when rendering into a bigger screen (window size or fullscreen resolution) the renderer needs to stretch the image. This options determine if the aspect ratio of nes resolution should remain or the renderer will stretch the image to fit the screen (window size or fullscreen resolution).
  • Hardware vertex processing: Indicates if the renderer should use Hardware vertex processing. If not enabled, the Software vertex processing will be used instead.
  • Hide hidden lines: In real Nes hardware, there is some scanlines hidden (not all 256 x 240 pixels are visible). This option indicates if the renderer show hide these lines or not.
  • Show notifications: Indicates if the renderer should show important messages (Like snapshot taken, state saved ...etc)
  • Show FPS: Indicates if the renderer should show the FPS (Frames Per Seconds) on the top left corner of the render screen.

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To save and apply settings, click on the OK button. To discard changes, click Cancel button. To restore settings defaults, click Default button.