Best emulation settings for Supercard?

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Jan 26, 2012
  1. Corey103
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    What's the best settings in the Cats [SNES] and GBA emulator? I have the game config already, but what settings in the program itself are the smoothest?
     
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    Highest CPU level, 1 frame skip & automatic.
     
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    Does it really work when you have it on auto? I'm pretty sure (but not completely sure) that the frame skip level is only affected when "manual" is on.
     
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    From my past experience, I put the frame skip on 1, then turned it on automatic and it ran much better than leaving it on 0 and turning on automatic.
     
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    Hmph...I've only ever noticed any change with manual, mainly because when I revisit the settings after I set it to auto it always goes back to "Frame Skip 2".

    But it doesn't matter, I guess I'm wrong. But I will say this, the optimal setting for smooth animation for GBA is "Manual Frame Skip 0", however that causes crackling audio, so it's a good idea use that only if you have the audio off.
     

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