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Returning to "streched" picture as top of heads

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Remote control is needed to change aspect ratio. The button on the remote is labeled format. Standard definition sources have six picture sizes and HD has two.

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It's not due to the compression at all. It's due to the limitations of the Snoy emulator. PS1 games output to 640×480 pixels (I'm using NTSC here, adjust if you live in PAL areas), but the PSP's screen is 480x272. In order to prevent weird streching, Sony desided to cut the screen size in half. So, the output of the ps1 emu is 320x240, exactly the same size that you see on your psp screen.

If you want to play with the streching, hit the home button, and under "Settings" you can adjust the screen size. Here is what the options do, as far as I know.
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Based on your post/description, sounds like a vertical linearity problem. Assuming that it is a CRT type TV (not LCD or Plasma), then this would involve either the vertical IC and/or the capacitor very close to it. Of the two, I would suspect more the capacitor due to age and they tend to loose functionality because of heat over time.

Perhaps if you can post back your general location, there are techs who might be closer to and can quote you more realistically. Just to give you an idea, the capacitor would cost something like PhP 100 in my area (Philippines) that would roughly be 2USD.

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