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weiyiguoDate: Sunday, 2010-02-21, 5:36 PM | Message # 1
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FuSa SD v1.0.50b is nice,and i have some suggestions to it:
1,solve overscan problem on CRT TV.when i use mode 2&3,both side of game video was cut off on 4:3 TV,and the screen was out of shape.(PMPlayer may help you)
2,remember user's opition.i dont like set cpu clock,priority & min FPS evey time.when i start a new game,fusa always return default opition.
3,working in XMB.I hope fusa can be used easy as SONY'TV OUT.you need't do anything between XMB-->GAME-->XMB-->ANOTHER GAME ,the video will always display on TV when you use you PSP.
I active FUSA 50b in VSH,but psp crashed when games exit to XMB.

sorry for my chinese english.

 
TannerDate: Monday, 2010-06-07, 3:42 PM | Message # 2
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Chinese English? Well, I agree with a lot of what you said.

I'd also prefer a new update to fix the 'stretched out' image on a normal 4:3 TV (it does this to me as well). I hate having to use Screen Mode 3 all of the time if I wanna see anything that's cut off in Mode 2. Plus the graphics are better in Mode 3, so there should be a new filter or something for Modes 0 to 2. Mode 3's the only one where this current filter actually works.

Remembering the user's options is also a good idea, as it does get tiresome to keep having to change the same settings over and over again.

I do definitely agree with FuSa working with the XMB as well. If a hack in the 'normal TV lockout' Sony has works though, I'd take that over FuSa. FuSa is good right now, but it could be better.


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weiyiguoDate: Tuesday, 2010-06-08, 7:06 AM | Message # 3
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thanks for your reply.
I'm so despairing for nobody notice this topic nearly 4 months.
anyway,there is a good news that a Japanese company developed a PSP peripheral that filter psp graphics to a HDTV with
480P fullscreen.it cost about 40 dollars.it can easy buy from ebay or taobao.
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http://www.gametech.co.jp/products/catalog/8842/8842_1.html

so ,if you want to play PSP game on TV,that the best solution!

 
TannerDate: Tuesday, 2010-06-08, 7:08 AM | Message # 4
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That doesn't help us people with an SD TV. If you have an HDTV, just buy the Cony HD or Component Cables. The Composite Cables are what I have to use.


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einjhelDate: Friday, 2010-06-11, 6:43 AM | Message # 5
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Hello, I was planning to download Fusa to my PSP Slim however I have some question before doing that.
First: Would that work on PSP Slim?
Second: Would it work on Gen D3 Firmware
Third: Once downloaded on the computer, where do you need to save on the PSP?

I hope you guys can answer my question and was hoping also that you guys can provide steps on how to do it.
Thanks!

 
weiyiguoDate: Friday, 2010-06-11, 4:56 PM | Message # 6
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1,yes
2,yes
3,download FUSA 50b,active FUSA PRX in Game,CONNECT psp TO tv
find a readme.txt may help you more

 
01Gabo01Date: Saturday, 2010-07-24, 11:59 PM | Message # 7
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Chinese English? Well, I agree with a lot of what you said.
I'd also prefer a new update to fix the 'stretched out' image on a normal 4:3 TV (it does this to me as well). I hate having to use Screen Mode 3 all of the time if I wanna see anything that's cut off in Mode 2. Plus the graphics are better in Mode 3, so there should be a new filter or something for Modes 0 to 2. Mode 3's the only one where this current filter actually works.

Remembering the user's options is also a good idea, as it does get tiresome to keep having to change the same settings over and over again.

I do definitely agree with FuSa working with the XMB as well. If a hack in the 'normal TV lockout' Sony has works though, I'd take that over FuSa. FuSa is good right now, but it could be better.

Totally agree with this


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greenzone_560Date: Thursday, 2010-12-23, 7:46 AM | Message # 8
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hey, im new to this site but i know a lot about psp modding...so to get to the point.
1. You guys should update the plugins to be availible for the 6.20 hbl....or most likely the hen tn_a that will come on christmas.

2. Is fuSa a copyright protected or is it an open source which i can modify? and if i have to ask permission, who can i reach for modifying fuSa? i want to update the plugins for it for 6.20. and if someone does happen to read this, plz reply to my email.

thnx in advance cool

 
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