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  • dk999
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    To jump into the topic:
    I’ve set my pi to HDMI group 1 and mode to 4 (720p). I want all my Emulators to stretch the image to 16:9 and have set the configfiles Tod:
    Custom_vieport_width = 480
    Custom_viewport_height = 640
    Aspect Ratio to 1.33 and screen to 16:9 but only some like pocketsnes work and Emulators like picodrive give me fullscreen with master system games but a cropped and smaller image with borders in mega CD games. Where’s the problem? -_-

    dk999
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    So here’s my Config as .txt :)

    EDIT: Found it, was the phosphor shader which was in my retroarch.cfg for all emulators, didn’t overwrite the value in my specific SNES retroarch.cfg though

    dk999
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    Can’t load any shader via retroarch, doesn’t seem to take any effect even by setting them manually through retroarch.cfg :-/

    Hardware is Pi2 with Beta 2.5

    dk999
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    [quote=86854]
    Well until everything gets sorted out on the rpi2 maybe. Buts there is no reason to keep your b+ or to support it long term. Just buy the new raspberry 2 Its $35. That’s 10 or so coffees, 3 meals at macers
    [/quote]
    Was just wondering if there will be two images for the next versions as long as many people claim for it. I’ve ordered my Pi2 yesterday but a statement from the developer(s) would be nice. Do I have to compile everything on my own for maximum speed on my Pi2? Will there be only a Pi1 version because it also runs on the Pi2?

    dk999
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    With RPi2 using ARMv7, will there be two RetroPie-Distributions in the long run, compiled for each architecture?

    dk999
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    Got normal Heatsinks, temp never rises above 55°C :)

    ################ HDMI ######################
    hdmi_group=1
    hdmi_mode=16
    disable_overscan=0
    overscan_scale=1
    overscan=1
    #hdmi_force_edid_audio=1
    #config_hdmi_boost=4
    
    ################# CLOCKS ####################
    arm_freq=1100
    #arm_freq_min=600
    core_freq=550
    sdram_freq=600
    v3d_freq=550
    
    ################# VOLTS  #####################
    over_voltage=6
    over_voltage_sdram=1
    
    ################ MISC #######################
    avoid_safe_mode=1
    gpu_mem=256
    force_turbo=0
    #avoid_warnings=1
    avoid_pwm_pll=1
    dwc_otg.speed=1
    
    dk999
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    Hi Guys!
    Tried to use CMA on my Pi with Firmware 3.12.35+, though I only get a “lwl0: error creating SDL Window” and be greeted by the terminal instead of Emulationstation.

    I’ve got the 512 B+ Model and the following cmdline.txt

    dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 console=ttyAMA0,115200 kgdboc=ttyAMA0,115200 console=tty1 root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rootfstype=ext4 elevator=deadline rootwait coherent_pool=6M smsc95xx.turbo_mode=N
    

    and config.txt

    
    disable_overscan=0
    overscan_scale=1
    
    overscan_left=16
    overscan_right=16
    overscan_top=16
    overscan_bottom=16
    
    hdmi_group=1
    hdmi_mode=16
    
    arm_freq=1000
    core_freq=500
    sdram_freq=500
    over_voltage=6
    over_voltage_sdram=4
    avoid_safe_mode=1
    gpu_mem=256
    gpu_mem_256=160
    gpu_mem_512=416
    cma_lwm=16
    cma_hwm=32
    force_turbo=0
    overscan=1
    

    It doesn’t work, no matter what I’m doing with the gpu_mem_512 line. It’s like emulationstation doesn’t like the cma-commands at all.
    By the way, when using i.e. 384MB for the gpu as a fixed value ( no CMA ), I only get a blank white screen for emulationstation.

    Any suggestions?

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