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  1. Hi everyone. I asked a similar question in the MAME forums a couple of weeks ago, but I haven't got any responses. I'm hoping someone here may have some advice. I'm seeing performance issues (slowness, audio stuttering) when enabling HLSL and bezels at the same time, but only at a specific resolution, or when hooked up to a TV instead of a monitor. My monitor's resolution is set to 2560x1440. If I enable HLSL, but bezels are off, I don't have any issues with any games that I've tried. Everything works well. Similarly, if I turn HLSL off and turn bezels on, I have no issues. The sweet spot seems to be setting my monitor to 1920x1080, then I can turn HLSL and bezels on and have no issues. I'm only having these issues when HLSL is enabled, bezels are turned on, and my monitor resolution is set to 2560x1440. My question is, is there some setting that I have wrong in my mame.ini file, perhaps in the OSD PER-WINDOW VIDEO OPTIONS section, that would allow this to also work when set to 2560x1440? It was my understanding that HLSL can put a lot of work on the graphics card, but like I said above, it handles it fine when bezels are off. I didn't think turning bezels on would affect the performance. Is it likely that bezels affect performance just enough to only matter at that specific higher resolution? I get that that wouldn't be unheard of, but I'd like someone who knows more about this stuff to confirm for sure. For some reason I feel like this is just a settings issue or conflict that I'm missing somewhere and can't figure out. I realize I don't need my monitor set to anything above 1920x1080, so I'm fine with this limitation. I'm just looking to better understand what's going on with the resolution/screen/view/layout settings, so that if I need to make adjustments to work with whatever display I'm using, I can do so effectively. Maybe it's a botched setting in an .ini or .lay file? Just recently, I tried hooking my PC up to a TV. I'm seeing performance issues there, even if my display settings in Windows is set to 1920x1080. Big Box runs smooth, but if I launch a MAME game and have HLSL on, things get sluggish. Refresh rate is set to 60. Is there something else I should be looking at or tweaking? This is a 4k TV, but like I said, I have the Windows display settings resolution set to 1920x1080. Does it seem weird that everything would work fine when hooked up to a 2k monitor with the resolution set to 1920x1080, but a 4k TV with the resolution set to 1920x1080 would cause issues? I'm trying to figure out if this is a settings issue or an issue of my PC or graphics card being under powered. Anyone have any ideas or thoughts? Help is much appreciated. Thanks for taking the time to read this lengthy post. My current specs are as follows: MAME 0.240 Monitor: 2560x1440, 144Hz Intel i5-4590 CPU 3.30GHz 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD Windows 10 Pro NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 (low profile D4 2G)
  2. Version 1.0.0

    1,527 downloads

    Here are the Mame HLSL settings I use. HLSL has the advantage of working for both horizontal and vertical games. These settings are for use in Mame version 0.172 or later. Older versions will not look right, there were changes made in Mame 0.172 that made HLSL a much better shader choice. There are 3 text files inside, one is a readme with simple instructions. As always when making edits and changes make a backup of your files you are about ti edit first just in case you do not like the changes. Copy the text from "mameini.txt" and paste it into the mame.ini file replacing the block of text that is already in it. Don't simply add it to the end. Copy the text from rasterini.txt into the "raster.ini" file located in the /ini/presets folder in the Mame folder. Overwrite everything that is there. As always with shader settings they may look better or worse on your monitor depending on size, resolution and calibration. These settings I think look really good on my monitor which is a 27" 1440 resolution TN panel from Asus.
  3. killcam1982

    Mame.222

    Hello every one i need some help. I have MAME. 222. But I cannot enable HLSL. But My .175 Mame has HLSL enabled. Ive read plenty of forums. Ive cpoied my mame.ini from .175 to .222. No luck. Im pretty sure that my directx9 is up to date. Cus all my older mames have HLSL. Ni matter what I do. In game when hitting the TAB button. I have no extra sliders. Just volume and contracs and the rest. Please help. What am i doing wrong?
  4. From lordmonkus post This is result After showing the video to a Gaming Expert on CRT, this was her analysis. ""The effect of the "false" scanline added to the allaying of the screen graphics offers a strange "grid" effect that completely fails the result. In fact, scanlines are not rows added to the video, but free spaces between a horizontal line and the other, that is, they are not additive but should be implemented by "spanning" the horizontal lines rendered by MAME. I talk to you with an eye accustomed to a Sony Trinitron CRT and an arcade monitor."" Currently in raster.ini we are using this mask He suggested that I use a mask like this Do we accept the challenge against CRT lovers? : D
  5. I've been enjoying the look of this the last couple of days I've worked on tweaking settings. It might be too dark for some but on my display it looks really good depending on game chosen. Feedback, opinions, insults, welcome Enjoy! raster.zip
  6. Mame HLSL Settings View File Here are the Mame HLSL settings I use. HLSL has the advantage of working for both horizontal and vertical games. These settings are for use in Mame version 0.172 or later. Older versions will not look right, there were changes made in Mame 0.172 that made HLSL a much better shader choice. There are 3 text files inside, one is a readme with simple instructions. As always when making edits and changes make a backup of your files you are about ti edit first just in case you do not like the changes. Copy the text from "mameini.txt" and paste it into the mame.ini file replacing the block of text that is already in it. Don't simply add it to the end. Copy the text from rasterini.txt into the "raster.ini" file located in the /ini/presets folder in the Mame folder. Overwrite everything that is there. As always with shader settings they may look better or worse on your monitor depending on size, resolution and calibration. These settings I think look really good on my monitor which is a 27" 1440 resolution TN panel from Asus. Submitter lordmonkus Submitted 08/19/16 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins
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