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  • quarterturn
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    Alrighty, I gave up on 720×240 and went with the following in my /boot/config.txt:

    # uncomment if hdmi display is not detected and composite is being output
    hdmi_force_hotplug=1

    # uncomment to force a specific HDMI mode (this will force VGA)
    hdmi_group=2
    hdmi_mode=87
    hdmi_cvt=320 240 60 1 0 0 0

    This provides 320×240 at 15 KHz.

    quarterturn
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    definitely mame4all. Seems like even the front end is ignoring the aspect settings. Here are some screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/RLlP1

    quarterturn
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    Oh, the retroarch config menu itself looks about right when set to 8:3. But that’s about the only place.

    quarterturn
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    I think it’s running mame4all (MAME in the emulator selection menu). It seems to be squeezed on all games. The front-end graphics appear to be in the wrong aspect as well, but at least stretched to fill the screen.

    quarterturn
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    I’m stuck with a squeezed display, no matter what I set in retropie.cfg. Here’s what I have:

    video_aspect_ratio = “1.333333”
    video_aspect_ratio_auto = “true”
    video_windowed_fullscreen = “true”
    video_scale = “1.000000”
    autosave_interval = “0”
    video_crop_overscan = “true”
    video_scale_integer = “true”
    video_smooth = “true”
    video_threaded = “true”
    video_shared_context = “false”
    video_force_srgb_disable = “false”
    video_fullscreen = “false”
    bundle_assets_extract_enable = “false”
    bundle_assets_extract_version_current = “0”
    bundle_assets_extract_last_version = “0”
    bundle_assets_src_path = “”
    bundle_assets_dst_path = “”
    bundle_assets_dst_path_subdir = “”
    playlist_names = “”
    playlist_cores = “”
    video_refresh_rate = “59.950001”
    video_monitor_index = “0”
    video_fullscreen_x = “0”
    video_fullscreen_y = “0”
    video_driver = “gl”
    record_driver = “null”
    camera_driver = “null”
    location_driver = “null”
    threaded_data_runloop_enable = “true”
    dpi_override_enable = “true”
    dpi_override_value = “200”
    menu_driver = “rgui”
    menu_pause_libretro = “true”
    menu_mouse_enable = “false”
    menu_pointer_enable = “false”
    menu_timedate_enable = “true”
    menu_core_enable = “true”
    menu_dynamic_wallpaper_enable = “false”
    menu_boxart_enable = “false”
    menu_wallpaper = “”
    video_vsync = “true”
    video_hard_sync = “false”
    video_hard_sync_frames = “0”
    video_frame_delay = “0”
    video_black_frame_insertion = “false”
    video_disable_composition = “false”
    pause_nonactive = “true”
    video_swap_interval = “1”
    video_gpu_screenshot = “true”
    video_rotation = “0”
    screenshot_directory = “~/.config/retroarch/screenshots”
    aspect_ratio_index = “21”

    quarterturn
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    I have the same issue. I’m using an HDMI-component converter on a 25″ Sony TV. I found the following but haven’t tried it yet https://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/change-resolution-in-retroarch-cfg/

    240p looks awesome on my almost-free Sony WEGA 25″. I tried out a GBS-8100 on a Sony broadcast monitor via 640×480 VGA as a comparison, and while it looks good, you’re stuck with an interlaced image.

    quarterturn
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    I have the same issue. I’m using an HDMI-component converter on a 25″ Sony TV. I found the following but haven’t tried it yet https://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/change-resolution-in-retroarch-cfg/

    240p looks awesome on my almost-free Sony WEGA 25″. I tried out a GBS-8100 on a Sony broadcast monitor via 640×480 VGA as a comparison, and while it looks good, you’re stuck with an interlaced image.

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