Question about CFW and Video Output

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Sep 13, 2010
  1. MarcusRaven
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    Member MarcusRaven HBC Theme Maker

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    Do any CFWs allow the PSP2000s to output to full screen when playing a game, or will I still need to use the zoom and scale functions on my TV?

    Still waiting on my Pandora to arrive, so I'm doing research as much as possible and didn't see anything on this. Thanks!
     
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    with a 2k i'm fairly certain though you will get better results through a PC, with use of remotejoylite.
    fusa does a lot of video output converting and reduces the output quality a lot, while remotejoylite will send the full 480x272 pixels (with very little more CPU usage than regular(ofw) TV-out) which can then be stretched to fullscreen by the PC.
     
  4. RyuKisargi

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    I second that, RemoteJoyLite is far more superior then FUSA.

    Plus a USB cable is a lot cheaper than RCA cables for the PSP.


    Also, if you already have a highdef TV, all you need are component cables for said TV, and you can hook up your PSP to it no problem and play games fullscreen.
     
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    Except Remotejoylite isn't compatible with all games....want to play GTA:VCS on your PC monitor?...tough!
     
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    Remotejoylite is also taxing on resources on a few games.
     
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    not as much as fusa though.
     
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    RMJ > Fusa.

    By leaps and bounds. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, if you're going to do video output, use RemoteJoy Lite.
     

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