Display Settings

You can change various display and audio settings from this menu. Display settings for emulator will become the default settings, you can override individual emulators from the game page. Choose an option from below:

Music
Music Level
Games/Emulators
Aspect Ratio
Live Border options
Video shader
N64 Resolution
3DO Resolution
Display FPS
User Interface

Music

You can configure the background music that is played while not playing a game.

No Music will not play any music. Random will play the available music tracks in any order, or you can pick a single track to repeat.

Background Music

Music level

You can change the volume level of the background music between Soft, Medium and Full. If you wish to stop the music you can pick No Music from the Music menu.

Music Level

Games/Emulators

A further menu will display with settings for in emulator usage. These options will change the default settings for all emulators. You can configure and override these settings for individual emulators on the Game Page.

Aspect Ratio

Original will display the game in the original aspect ratio i.e. 4:3 on a 16:9 display will have borders

Stretch to full screen will stretch a 4:3 to 16:9 for example. This will result in stretched width on games. You may want to use the Live Border option below instead.

Aspect Ratio

Live Border options

Live borders will fill in the space when displaying a 4:3 game on a 16:9 display. It will fill the side bards with a filter of the game you are playing and in most cases looks much more visually appealing than stretching the game to full screen.

Live Border Compare

Enabling Live Borders will present a further menu where you can configure the Live Border settings.

Live Border

Video shader

You can choose the default video shader for all emulators on this menu. Video shaders change the rendering to alter the video quality. For example Scanlines will make a modern TV look like a vintage CRT TV. High Quality 4x will upscale the image to a higher quality. Please note that some render types will require more processing power and affect the performance of the emulator.

Video shader

N64 Resolution

You can change the resolution for the N64 emulators here. By default it is set to Original for the best performance, but if you have a fast device, you can try the Native resolution.

3DO resolution

You can change the resolution for the 3DO emulator between Original and High Resolution. High Resolution may have performance issues on slower devices.

Display FPS

You can enable or disable the displaying of the Frames Per Second (FPS) while in an emulator.

User Interface

You can switch between different interfaces which are more suitable for use on a mobile phone and TV.

Theme options

Game names without marks

 

Include systems without games in selector