|#1 by eacil|
2018-01-23 at 04:55
|WTF, don't tell me...|
Someone reassure me it's just the main menu they screwed and the rest of the game isn't like that. Please. I couldn't even start the damn game when I saw that.Last modified on 2018-01-26 at 04:36
|#2 by pendelhaven|
2018-01-23 at 06:27
|I don't see it|
|#3 by eacil|
2018-01-23 at 06:56
|You don't see the aliasing all over my screenshot?|
You don't see aliasing on your main screen?
You don't see aliasing after the main screen?
|#4 by eacil|
2018-01-24 at 22:53
|This screenshot should be better. At 100%, you can see it's all over her short. I have no idea how you can smooth lines on a 2D game.Last modified on 2018-01-24 at 22:54|
|#5 by surferdude|
2018-01-25 at 00:00
|Release info says the original resolution is 1152x720.|
Maybe it has something to do with stretching that to a 16:9 aspect ratio?
|#6 by eacil|
2018-01-25 at 02:37
|I have black bars on both sides so it doesn't stretch without keeping the proportion.|
I see the stairs on window mode and it's obvious that once stretched for a bigger reso, the aliasing will be more noticeable than it already is.
So I ctrled through the game to get the first two tachie and I see nothing wrong with them. I hope it will be the same with the CG. Weird enough, the letters of the UI are blurred, which means an anti-aliasing is at work somehow. I assume they badly rotated link but it's strange I am the only one who seems obsessed with such detail when it struck me so hard the moment I saw it (which made me think it was on my end).
The engine can be configured and it has:
GPU （バイキュビック=Bicubic) ―Direct3Dを使用して描画します。画質が一番良いですが負荷が高いです。
None of them do anything. I checked the main screen and the text (ADV box and UI) taking screenshots to compare.Last modified on 2018-01-25 at 02:38
|#7 by infernoplex|
2018-01-25 at 02:43
|I think there's a way in your graphics card control panel to disable anti-aliasing on runtime. I remember doing that for some games (not VNs) in my NVIDIA Control Panel.|
|#8 by kiru|
2018-01-25 at 09:20
|I mean, VNs constantly zoom into CG with bad scaling and scale sprites bigger than they have native resolution. Is it that weird that things look terrible in a VN? I'm amazed at every one that never looks terrible.|
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