Steven Pendleton Posted February 27, 2021 Share Posted February 27, 2021 (edited) Well, if you're using something that outputs anything other than 256, there's no way to adjust it at all. Anything that uses 320 will give you that emulator-looking square pixels aspect ratio. While it's not technically correct, there are people that seem to like this look and it was used on the Genesis/MD Mini for 320 games. You may also find that some line modes might give you a 16:9 aspect and fill the screen. I get this on 2X and 4X. 3X gives me the more correct ratios and 5X doesn't work because of monitor incompatibility. If you want to adjust the aspect ratio without changing display settings, make the chain longer by connecting the OSSC to the Framemeister. I've seen a few people say that OSSC + Framemeister together is superior to either one alone. I should also mention that I've recently started using 4X and adjusting to 4:3 with my monitor's built-in 4:3 setting. I haven't compared side by side with my Trinitron, but it looks pretty accurate to me. The interlace switch is very fast on the OSSC. In fact, my monitor isn't fast enough to keep up with it and I lose sync if I switch back and forth between interlaced and progressive too fast. In that case, I have to power cycle the OSSC to get it to display again. Edited February 27, 2021 by Steven Pendleton Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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