ljbk wrote:Hi !
This is what i call an unexpected update !
Nice idea, but isn't the screen bending a bit too much compared to the TV screen or monitor most ST users enjoyed their games and demos looking at ?
leonard wrote:Hi all,
I'm please to announce a new nice feature for SainT v2.30: a Monitor SC-1425 emulation.
More info and download here: http://leonard.oxg.free.fr/SC1425/SC1425.html
I hope you will enjoy that new feature to watch demos or play games
alexh wrote:If you need a feature for the next version of SainT then it has to be 120Hz lightboost strobe.
This effect offers 50Hz looking screens on LCD's capable of 120Hz.
Support has just been added to Mame and WinUAE
alexh wrote: I'm sure if you added the support then someone with a LightBoost enabled 120Hz LCD will test it for you
weav wrote:I'm new here so I can't see my previous post yet.. but I did discover that disabling blitter gets things looking better! I'm probably just showing my ignorance with SainT as it has been quite some time since I used it!
Thanks again for all the hard work!
leonard wrote:Yes blitter corruption is a bug concerning SainT & blitter. I have to fix that bug since years Currently saint is more " stfm" emulator so use STF mode or switch off the blitter. This is not related to "sc1425" crt emulation, wich is only on "windows" side.
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