d3d9.dll Proxy - FPS Fix, Controller Remapping, and more! Feb 5, 2016 2:25:11 GMT 10
Post by thedimensioner on Feb 5, 2016 2:25:11 GMT 10
I've downloaded SWITCH when it was mentioned on the Steam forums, it works well, even at 1080p, but I can't get past the picture quality drop. I assume it "interlaces" the frames that are sent to the GPU, halving the necessary lines to be rendered, increasing performance. I have no knowledge of this things, but I assumed that because the image gets very similar to Playstation 2 games on the PCSX2 emulator or PSX games on Mednafen with no "interlacer", or even .TS videos recorded from 1080i television and played on crappy players with no filters, where fast images have weird lines or one frame over another. I could be totally wrong XD!
Coupled with your proxy, I have the best performance using SWITCH, about 42 FPS. If some kind of post-processing filter could be added, like bilinear or xBRz (heavy but effective), or a deinterlacing filter (if the image is actually interlaced), maybe we would get a good performance with a better image than what SWITCH currently provides when enabled. Most emulators offer filters or shaders, to improved the already low resolution of their emulated games. So besides SweetFX, which is said to be a d3d9.dll itself that cannot be used with other d3d9 without causing errors, is there a way to add filters and such to this PC game? I would even accept scanlines, to give that Game Cube feel, like if it was played on a CRT.