Commit c58a1499 authored by Thomas Jentzsch's avatar Thomas Jentzsch
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<td><pre>-tv.filter &lt;0 - 5&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Blargg TV effects, 0 is disabled, next numbers in
sequence represent presets for 'Composite', 'S-Video', 'RGB', 'Bad Adjust',
sequence represent presets for 'RGB', 'S-Video', 'Composite', 'Bad Adjust',
and 'Custom' modes.</td>
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<td><pre>-tv.phosphor &lt;always|byrom&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Determines how phosphor mode is enabled. If 'always', then the
ROM properties entry is ignored, and phosphor mode is always turned
on. Otherwise, the ROM properties determine whether phosphor mode
is used for each ROM.
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<td><pre>-tv.phosblend &lt;0 - 100&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Enable phosphor blending level; 0 implies no mixing, and 100
is full mixing (not recommended). Note that this doesn't actually
enable phosphor mode; that is done for each ROM in the ROM properties.
Higher blend values will intensify the phosphor effect. Depending on your
display and personal preferences, the optimal default for you may vary.
Slow LCDs (especially for office use) may only need a low blend of
around 30, while fast switching gamer LCDs may need about 70 to look
similar to a CRT.
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<td><pre>-tv.scanlines &lt;0 - 100&gt;</pre></td>
<td>TV effects scanline intensity, where 0 means completely off. Note: No scanlines in 1x mode snapshots.</td>
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<td><pre>-tv.contrast &lt;number&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Blargg TV effects 'contrast' (only available in custom mode,
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range -1.0 to 1.0).</td>
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<td><pre>-tv.phosphor &lt;always|byrom&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Determines how phosphor mode is enabled. If 'always', then the
ROM properties entry is ignored, and phosphor mode is always turned
on. Otherwise, the ROM properties determine whether phosphor mode
is used for each ROM.
</td>
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<td><pre>-tv.phosblend &lt;0 - 100&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Enable phosphor blending level; 0 implies no mixing, and 100
is full mixing (not recommended). Note that this doesn't actually
enable phosphor mode; that is done for each ROM in the ROM properties.
Higher blend values will intensify the phosphor effect. Depending on your
display and personal preferences, the optimal default for you may vary.
Slow LCDs (especially for office use) may only need a low blend of
around 30, while fast switching gamer LCDs may need about 70 to look
similar to a CRT.
</td>
</tr>
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<td><pre>-tv.scanlines &lt;0 - 100&gt;</pre></td>
<td>TV effects scanline intensity, where 0 means completely off. Note: No scanlines in 1x mode snapshots.</td>
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<td><pre>-cheat &lt;code&gt;</pre></td>
<td>Use the specified cheatcode (see <a href="#Cheats"><b>Cheat</b></a> section for description).</td>
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