These settings allow you to choose how WinUAE will display your Amiga-generated graphics. In a window, in a full-screen display, what resolution, etc.
UAE uses DirectX in order to produce the graphics-output. You will need at least DirectX 8 for increased performance in Picasso96 screens. See Misc. tab. UAE's native pixel format is 16 Bit.
View the Picasso96 section to get more information about this feature.
- Primary Display driver Here, you can select which screen or graphics card you can display your Amiga screen on, useful if you have multiple monitors connected to your system.
- Fullscreen This sets the full screen resolution (see Settings), colour depth and the Frequency (usually set to screen Default).
- Windowed This lets you change the resolution used for the Amiga displayed in a Window on the PC screen.
- Refresh rate can be set to default, 56Hz, 60Hz NTSC,
72Hz or 75Hz.
- Buffering. Select type of buffering required: No buffering, double or triple buffering.
- Native mode Can be FullScreen, Windowed or Full-window for displaying Amiga native modes.
- RTG mode Can be FullScreen, Windowed or Full-window for displaying Picasso96 Retargetable Graphics modes.
- Blacker than black
- Filtered Low Resolution will fix incorrect colours used in games that use the super hires trick.
- Remove interlace artifacts
- VGA mode Resolution Autoswitch
Line Mode (interlaced)
- Normal draws every line once.
- Double draws every line twice. This allows interlace mode to be emulated nicely, but of course you also need a display that is twice as high.
- Scanline will not draw certain lines, leaving them black.
- Double, fields [+]
Centering will center the Amiga display on the screen. This can be horizontally and/or vertically.
Refresh will set how often the screen will be updated. Useful on slower PCs or graphics cards.
PAL (Phase Alternating Line) or NTSC (National Television Steering Committee) mode
FPS adjust can be used to change Frames Per Second for display to speed up or slow down the display (default 50 fps).
Brightness, Contrast or Gamma levels can be set for the correct display set up.
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