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    Default Anti-aliasing for PSP graphics?

    I don't know whether this thing is exists, but I wonder if there any tools or hacks that can make PSP graphic looks very smooth? Just like we run a PC game with very high quality graphics. Maybe if we can apply a smooth filter or anti-aliasing for any PSP games, that will looks really cool..

    Try to look at the pic below, I took this from IGN.com, showing GTA Vice City Stories screenshot.


    What made me amaze about this pic is the graphic looks really smooth...but when I play it for real, the graphic is not same like the pic above. I dunno whether the UMD disc got trouble or my PSP doesn't supports the high-quality graphics..(LOL..I'm really NOOB about this). Probably, they just use the filter on the pic to make it look smoother.

    The only thing that I want to know; is it possible to make the graphics on PSP (any games) look smoother? If yes, is there any tools/hacks for that?

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    I honestly doubt there are, there aren't any I know for iso's, don't think there is any homebrew with gxf up to that quality yet.

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    what they probly did was take that screenshot from a psp emulator on the PC with a higher screen res and shrunk it down.
    i don't really think the psp can handle anti-analzing. i wish it could. it could probably pull it off on psx games, i don't see why they don't have a plugin or something to add it.
    though, tekken 5 dark resurrection has some really nice graphics and sometimes it looks as if theres anti-analising.

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    Thank you for your posts! Very interesting!


 

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