SNES Crop Overscan
I was doing some routine testing after an update and noticed SNES was showing a different picture with my custom overlay. When I originally applied my overlays to all the systems, I made sure that the screen went right up against the edge to cover any black/blank areas.
Now when I go into SNES (does not appear to affect other systems) I can see there is a gap in my overlay:
I know this is very small, but considering the time I took to make all of these overlays seamless, I can't help but wonder what changed.
After looking through options I saw "Crop Overscan" which I decided to mess around with:
Now the picture appears to fit better, but there is a significant chunk cut off on the left and right sides by my overlay. After turning the opacity down from 1.00 I can see how much is missing:
Does anyone know what changed with SNES and if there are any better solutions? Maybe before this I had the full picture with overscan and all squeezed between the overlay. Otherwise I don't know the history of the overscan settings in Retropie, I never messed with them.
Hello, just wondering if anyone noticed this issue with perhaps some older overlays? I would rather not have to go in and adjust all my SNES overlays (since they are all individual files).
@greenhawk84 can I see your:
The game override config that sets the overlay, e.g.:
'/opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch/config/Snex9x/Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (USA).cfg'
'/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/snes/Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (USA).zip.cfg'
...and the overlay config that that file points to, e.g.:
'/opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch/overlay/gamebezels/snes/Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (USA).cfg'
...and the overlay image itself that that file points to, e.g.:
'/opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch/overlay/gamebezels/snes/Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (USA).png'
@sleve_mcdichael hello, I appreciate your help, I uploaded the files you requested here:
Update: Okay, not sure what reverted, but I just did a full system update this morning (usual routine every couple weeks) and the SNES bezels are fitting again.