I use the google translator so apologize if something is written wrong.
First of all I wanted to thank the creator or creators. All those people who help this operating system. It is very fine and although I have been able to create a very complete arcade machine and run very well.
Really thank you very much.
I commented a couple of questions that I found on the way.
My pc is this:
AMD A6-9500 3.8 Ghz Socket AM4 Boxed
ASRock A320M-HDV Socket AM4 - Motherboard
Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030 Low Profile D4 2GB GDDR4 - Graphics Card
Crucial Ballistix Elite 4GB (1x4GB ) 3000 Mhz (PC4-24000) CL15 DDR4 Memory
Only dedicated for Batocera
My questions are:
1 - Sometimes I read that you "recommend" remove the # to the command: nvidia-driver = true in recalbox-boot.conf
Exactly what does it do?
Since I once got removed and I notice that the navigation menus of batocera me under the resolution (I think from 1080 to 720) In games do not get to try everything.
2 - On the other hand I'm reading that you recommend to start ps2 games.
It happens to me that I start it and nothing stays black and it goes out, I try to select a bios for it and it does not have (like for example libretto and others)
Where could I get a stable bios?
3 - PlayStation 1 games go very well, fluids. 0 problems
Except in games like Ridge Racer, when I'm running, everything is normal (very pixelated XD but normal) except around the vehicle. The road looks darker and as I go running faster it is more blinking, I have tried hundreds of options but I can not correct that fault.
4 - Question
In RetroAch I enter the section of Video and active bilinear filter, which improves the image (it does not look so pixelated if not something more natural) The problem is that I keep it in a thousand different ways and when I go out and enter another game , Or at the same time I have to activate it again. Is there any way to leave it as default?
5 - And Ultima
This is more like a query.
Is there any configuration that improves the image quality in general? Like the bilinear filter I say.
Is that some trick to make it look better?
I mean on YouTube for example it looks like there are other videos of the same games with better quality. The reason is because I use a flat screen and the 1: 1 emulation is not as good as the original, so I prefer to try to change the quality.
A greeting and thank you very much I have been reading this forum for quite some time.