Framemeister Review

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Re: Framemeister Review

Postby bluenote » March 9th, 2018, 11:57 am

Herschie wrote:
bluenote wrote:I use the setting from this website:

There's profiles for almost every console, including Atari 2600. He even has a specific setting for the NES to eliminate the overscan for those games affected by it. Basically, you upload the profiles you want and save the profiles you want to your microSD card on your framemeister and load them whenever you use that specific console. They work great!

Yeah, I use those too, and many of them are useless. They're completely zoomed-in. I noticed the one for the Gamecube was ideal, but I wouldn't mind if I can make it look even better. Is there something I'm doing wrong?

Have you checked your zoom settings on your tv? I'm not sure what else it could be, they look great for me.

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