Would you prefer your N64 games with Anti-Aliasing on or off?

Discussion in 'Other Consoles & Oldies' started by RemixDeluxe, May 9, 2016.

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  1. On

    6 vote(s)
    66.7%
  2. Off

    3 vote(s)
    33.3%
  1. RemixDeluxe
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    RemixDeluxe GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Video was posted just yesterday and wanted to share with you guys how you feel about this extra addition to the visuals. I would prefer for the AA to be turned on, I'm not sure why anyone would want it off it just shows too much jagged edges and tries too hard to be sharp but as mentioned before it varies on game to game basis.

    What is your preference?

    Edit: after some reconsidering and viewing more examples seeing the differences I changed my vote to no AA. The sharpness can be a bit rough at first but it just makes things more "real."
     
    Last edited by RemixDeluxe, May 9, 2016
  2. Clarky

    Clarky Don't you know who I think I am?

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    i'm starting to think it looks better without it on to be honest, at 240p it seems too low of a resolution for AA to make a difference and blurs the image instead
     
  3. Margen67

    Margen67 Dirty entited pirate

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    I prefer HDMI deblur and no AA because it looks the sharpest.
     
  4. TotalInsanity4

    TotalInsanity4 GBAtemp Supreme Overlord

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    Only on the games where it's implemented poorly
     
  5. RemixDeluxe
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    RemixDeluxe GBAtemp Psycho!

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    I went to that download page they suggested and it shows two different zip files. IPS and APS, whats the difference?

    http://n64.poregon.com/shared/
     
    Last edited by RemixDeluxe, May 9, 2016
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