As to not bump the old thread of the original homebrew, I decided to start my own thread to get some ideas pooled in on this. This is personally my favorite homebrew, being able to (sort of) play games and use my desktop away from my PC or possibly even away from home. (Using a mouse emulator program, I can move the mouse around and click, and with Pointerfocus, I can highlight the mouse as it is invisible on the 3ds screen) If there was a config for this homebrew that let me change the min/max framerate but changed the bitrate, it would be amazing, but sadly there is none. It's heavily dependent on how noisy or varied what's on the desktop is. Anyhow, I've been trying to balance out framerate and resolution with this to make it more usable, and I've been using some games (Been testing with minecraft) and changing the window size along with magnifier. With minecraft, there is one "super secret setting" filter that pixelates the game and makes it a bit darker (bits.json) and makes the performance much better, but most things are basically unrecognizable, especially from a distance. I don't want to change my desktop's resolution to help performance either, it moves around things on my desktop and changes other things when done, so that's kind of out of the question. It's almost entirely up to the speed of the internet/wifi, but I've been trying some things to help boost framerates anyhow. Most games these days have set resolutions and don't let you change window sizes, so many games are almost out of the question when it comes to playability. Some games also don't take the keyboard inputs from the 3DS (garry's mod for example). However, I've noticed if you right click on the shortcut of a game or program, go to properties>compatibility, there is a checkmark that forces it to run in 640x480 (but messes up the 3ds screen- it shows what was left frozen on the screen with the 640x480 box in the top right corner). Because of this, I haven't found this too useful. In tandem with magnifier, I've also opened a fullscreen completely black image to cover the background, which helps framerates when playing a game or using a window smaller than it. However, this also leaves the window or game almost unreadable or unrecognizable on the 3ds screen, so most of the time I'd like to resort to having the whole window streamed to the 3ds. I've noticed in one of retrozelda's videos, he had WoW in a window streamed to the 3ds directly. How he did that, I don't know- maybe he had the server .exe for the homebrew running alongside or on top of the program somehow? That, I don't know. All I have to sort of mimic that is magnifier set to not track the mouse pointer (as to not move the magnifier around) when playing a game in a window. So, suggestions? Thoughts? Ideas?