Is there a component video mode for ps2 emulation?

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Katanira, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Katanira
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    How do I get 16:9 480p+ ps2 games to play on the ps3, or is the upscaling and smoothing the only options available?
     
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    PS3 outputs component quality through HDMI...
    by using HDMI it is the best quality you can see..
    hdmi is digital, not analog... it doesn't output composite...
    i don't know what are you talking about...
     
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    How do I get 16:9 480p+ ps2 games to play on the ps3, or is the upscaling and smoothing the only options available?
     
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    It's not possible that the quality is that of composite because the PS3 simply upscales the framebuffer. Composite is a video output format, much later in the chain.
     
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    So is 4:3 480i- with upscaling and smoothing the only option for ps2 games on the ps3?
     
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    Just put the ps3 setting as native (it might say simething like original) ps2 games that are 16:9 are set that way from in game settings.
     
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