やらないか? Oct 8, 2013 @ 9:10am
Changing aspect ratio to 4:3
I have searched for it on the interwebz but I found nothing. How do I change the aspect ratio to 4:3 on my AMD card? Every time I try to change it in-game nothing happens, lowering the resolution just makes it stretched. So plis help me.
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やらないか? Oct 8, 2013 @ 9:15am 
btw, the scaling option is greyed out in amds controllpanel
[M] .DeSign. Oct 8, 2013 @ 10:19am 
So, where do you want to apply the changes, on the game or on your system?
やらないか? Oct 8, 2013 @ 10:52am 
Originally posted by M .DeSign.:
So, where do you want to apply the changes, on the game or on your system?
On the game.
[M] .DeSign. Oct 10, 2013 @ 6:38am 
Originally posted by drigon:
Originally posted by M .DeSign.:
So, where do you want to apply the changes, on the game or on your system?
On the game.
You can do it in "Options>Video>" and there select the aspect radio. You have 3 choices: "4:3" , "16:9" , "16:10".. you decide.
やらないか? Oct 11, 2013 @ 8:45am 
Originally posted by M .DeSign.:
Originally posted by drigon:
On the game.
You can do it in "Options>Video>" and there select the aspect radio. You have 3 choices: "4:3" , "16:9" , "16:10".. you decide.
Well, that's the problem. Nothing happens whenever I try to change.
[M] .DeSign. Oct 11, 2013 @ 9:55am 
Originally posted by drigon:
Originally posted by M .DeSign.:
You can do it in "Options>Video>" and there select the aspect radio. You have 3 choices: "4:3" , "16:9" , "16:10".. you decide.
Well, that's the problem. Nothing happens whenever I try to change.
Are you running the game in windowed mode?
やらないか? Oct 11, 2013 @ 10:55am 
Originally posted by DeSssign3d:
Originally posted by drigon:
Well, that's the problem. Nothing happens whenever I try to change.
Are you running the game in windowed mode?
Nope, I always run my games on fullscreen.
Bjazzle Oct 11, 2013 @ 3:21pm 
If you want to run your game in 4:3 aspect ratio, then you'll probably have to buy a 4:3 aspect ratio monitor. You can't have a non-streched image if it is being drawn on the wrong aspect ratio, to have a portrait picture fill a landscape frame you would need to strech the image horizontally or heighten the resolution in which case the image will appear squished vertically. It might work in windowed mode, but then you will still face low resolutions.
[M] .DeSign. Oct 12, 2013 @ 2:13am 
Originally posted by drigon:
Originally posted by DeSssign3d:
Are you running the game in windowed mode?
Nope, I always run my games on fullscreen.
I think you must change the aspect ratio to "16:9" or "16:10" and change the resolution (above the ratio aspect settings) before applying the changes. Changing the ratio aspect will change the setting's resolutions, after that you can apply and save if you want.
やらないか? Oct 13, 2013 @ 6:51am 
Originally posted by Bjazzle:
If you want to run your game in 4:3 aspect ratio, then you'll probably have to buy a 4:3 aspect ratio monitor. You can't have a non-streched image if it is being drawn on the wrong aspect ratio, to have a portrait picture fill a landscape frame you would need to strech the image horizontally or heighten the resolution in which case the image will appear squished vertically. It might work in windowed mode, but then you will still face low resolutions.
alright, thanks
Funeral Oct 13, 2013 @ 8:26am 
Yes it is possible.
You need to enable GPU scaling.

heres a link to show you how.
http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/UnableToSetGPUScaling.aspx

*edit*
I just noticed the #1 post about the GPU scaling being greyed out.
Some monitors offer the option to do the scaling. Check your hardware and see if you are in luck.

I dont currently have a AMD or ATI rig setup so I cant physically try anything to trouble shoot.
Are you on the latest drivers?

Last edited by Funeral; Oct 13, 2013 @ 8:31am
やらないか? Oct 13, 2013 @ 11:21am 
The GPU scaling is working for me now :D I just had to swich to a none-native resolution and BAAAM, it worked.
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