Extrems wrote: ↑
Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:45 pm
Many GameCube games do support 16:9.
Wasn't that only technically "support" because it was just outputting a 16:9 image to the same standard output resolution anyway
and asking the user to take action to stretch it? An annoying implementation by today's standards, but it was early days for widescreen support in 2001. Maybe that's just for the games I had, can't speak for all of them. I always just played default settings. Turn on, play game. That's the kind of experience I like so I still tend to play gamecube in standard 4:3, letting my tv display the signal normally without the need for any settings changes. I don't have to touch a thing.
But that's getting sidetracked I guess. Back to the point, whatever the gamecube did or did not do, GBI is not outputting with the behavior I'm personally looking for so that I don't need to change tv settings exclusively for GBI every time I use it, and I just want to know if that is possible for me to set as a default on my version without buying the whole SDmc/SD/AR kit to access menus in swiss. If not just let me know and I'll make my peace with it. It's not a huge deal, it's just not my ideal.