unfortunately, I could not find any settings that helped speed in any way.I tried standalone last night and was shocked that it’s a bit faster with no scratchy audio and no long pauses. I prefer lr versions as well but in this case, for the time being, I suggest sticking with the standalone version. The slowdowns have existed for a while and not sure if they’ll ever be fixed. I haven’t seen any comments from devs in here on the issue…
The only game I have tested has been Castlevania. I did not tweak the settings at all and was able to run full speed. Though occasionally the game would pause for a second and then continue. I’m shocked that the Pi 2 can do even that much.
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