PeBo Posted August 12, 2016 Share Posted August 12, 2016 (edited) I tried enabling scanlines on the F18A, but as OLD CS1 points out it's the colour bleeding that creates a natural anti-aliasing. Scanlines also help, but it's just the way a CRT and vintage RF video output work together as a whole that does it (that would be tough to emulate even in hardware). Emulators try different filters to pull it off, but I've never seen one succeed (yet), and instead simply round off or blur the edges (which to me looks worse than jaggies.) But as I said previously, if you can pull off having a stock console for that vintage CRT colour bleed, and an F18A equipped one for it's kick a$$ clarity, then you've got the best of both worlds. Edited August 12, 2016 by PeBo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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