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February 25, 2020, 08:04:22 pm

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Problem with Unstretched WoTL patch

Started by cyclopsmom, May 19, 2019, 04:20:48 am

cyclopsmom

Sorry in advance moderators if I posted this in the wrong area I just couldn't find an answer my question in my searches. Anyways I have been enjoying WoTL patched (slowdown fix + unstretched) smoothly but I took a break and reloaded my game and found my resolution being partway stretched on the bottom and right of the screen. It happens whenever I load the game from any point. If I play it fresh from a new save with no breaks in between (reloading save file or save state) the problem doesnt crop up. But if I do any of the prior (or oddly enough open a tutorial) it messes everything up. Heres how it looks below:




I also noticed its skewed to the bottom right corner of the screen too. If anyone knows a fix thanks in advance for replying. I posted this in the wrong place point me in the right direction I would appreciate it a lot seriously.
  • Modding version: Other/Unknown

Nyzer

Nah, you posted it in the right place. I don't know if anyone can help you with that though. I'd honestly never even heard of an Unstretched patch myself.

You can try loading the game on a copy of the ISO that is only unstretched and see what happens, maybe?
  • Modding version: PSX & WotL

faoronkenlee

was about to post about this one too
use this code instead of the patch
_C1 Original Resolution
_L 0xE00DA2E2 0x00035780
_L 0x20035780 0x879EA2E4
_L 0x20035784 0x0E200800
_L 0x20002000 0x341001E0
_L 0x20002004 0x121E0007
_L 0x20002008 0x8790A2E2
_L 0x2000200C 0x34130046
_L 0x20002010 0x34120010
_L 0x20002014 0x34160154
_L 0x20002018 0x341700F0
_L 0x2000201C 0x341E0154
_L 0x20002020 0x341500F0
_L 0x20002024 0x03E00008
_L 0x20002028 0x00000000


this will also allow upscaling algorithms to work properly on the pixels of the game. ex: XBR
  • Modding version: PSX & WotL

Timbo

That's neat. Too bad about the sound quality though. Pretty sure that can't be fixed.
  • Modding version: PSX

faoronkenlee

Quote from: Timbo on January 17, 2020, 10:11:15 am
That's neat. Too bad about the sound quality though. Pretty sure that can't be fixed.


The sound is actually pretty good on your ppsspp. of course speeding it up scrambles it but overall by adjusting your sound latency depending on your sound card is pretty fine.
  • Modding version: PSX & WotL