Screen size

8 years 8 months ago #7 by snowman
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Thanks exactly my maximum game resolution. The desktop is 1280x1024. So the recordings I
upload to Youtube are 1080p, meaning 1440x1080, because 720p makes the video like Juan's
screen. At least for the Wondershare editor. I installed Sony Vegas and Adobe Premiere. Going
to test them these days.

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8 years 8 months ago #8 by Damni
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NL wrote: 1600x1200 is still a 4:3 resolution and not widescreen. The reason it is stretched is because the videocard is scaling. So Juan should be looking for scaling options for his videocard settings. And yes Flo, the way it looks on his screen is normal, it's how I play the game too, simply in the original 4:3 because I don't like the stretching, it looks strange to me.

The reason that he is not getting higher resolutions is probably because it looks like an older laptop with only 64MB VRAM, it won't support higher resolutions.


Got it...thanks for explaining that :gj:

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8 years 8 months ago #9 by Juanma66
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Hello everyone
I do not know much about this, but maybe it's the graphics card that does not give more of himself.
When change "antialiasing FSAA" x4, connect the game and what happens is that the screen makes the attempt on and nothing happens.
The notebook not think it's old, has two years with me, it is small can be but not old.

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8 years 8 months ago #10 by NL
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Juan, what is the native resolution of your laptop monitor? I am guessing about 1280x720 ? If that is the case you can not go higher than 1024x768 in the game.
If you want to have it widescreen you will have to use the scaling option in your video card settings (if you have scaling at all)

for example:

These settings give the normal 4:3 image:





And these settings result in a stretched screen:



But these are settings on a NVidia video card, yours may be different.

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8 years 8 months ago #11 by Juanma66
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8 years 8 months ago - 8 years 8 months ago #12 by NL
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@Juan
Here are the specs for your system: Toshiba Satellite C50-B-12L

You have a Intel HD Graphics chip and I have no experience with it and don't know which software version you have.
But you should look for your graphics settings which should look like something in the pics below and start experimenting with the "scaling" settings and see what the effect is with HD2. Before you make changes make a note of the original settings.




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