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Where can I get some 1080p flat borders (the ones without round edges)  for Retroarch?

I see a lot here:

 

https://github.com/libretro/overlay-borders/tree/master/16x9 Collections/Nosh01 1440 Plain

But these ones are 2560×1440 and cause some systems to still have some black on the sides, as seen on the attached picture.

 

20190706_015230.jpg

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Some NES games and emulators have a black border no matter what. Make sure your emulator's overscan and aspect ratio settings are properly set.

I use and recommend Zaazu's Bezels, their black and grey color scheme make them not too intrusive, focusing the screen on the game, not the border.

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You might want to look at The Bezel Project for Windows as well. I'm not a fan of bezels in general, but I did try these out on one of my systems to see how they looked, and was overall impressed by their work.

https://github.com/thebezelproject/BezelProject-Windows/releases

ETA Prime did a good video explaining how it works, etc.  Have a look at his video before downloading, as it might not be what you're looking for:

EDIT: Looking back at your question, this might not be ideally what you're looking for.  These are not flat borders, they do have a CRT curve in the overlay.  However, still might be worth a look.  If you want to try them out, backup your retroarch folder and then install.. if you don't like them, just restore from your backup.

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On 7/6/2019 at 9:56 AM, XC-3730C said:

Where can I get some 1080p flat borders (the ones without round edges)  for Retroarch?

I see a lot here:

 

https://github.com/libretro/overlay-borders/tree/master/16x9 Collections/Nosh01 1440 Plain

But these ones are 2560×1440 and cause some systems to still have some black on the sides, as seen on the attached picture.

 

20190706_015230.jpg

 

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