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Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
04-21-2022, 12:05 AM
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RE: Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
(04-20-2022 11:35 PM)Nopa Wrote:  I’m new here. Is CustomVSRTool (AMD) similar to Orbmu2k’s (NVIDIA) CustomDSRTool possible ?

I’ve read somewhere you can bump/fake the resolution up to 16384x16384 (16K x 16K) before DX9-12 APIs started crashing and games became freeze ?. CustomDSRTool by Orbmu2k was discontinued since late 2019, alongside NVInspector/NVInspectorProfile.
Anyway, I got a 6900 XT, I’d like to try 16K on 2000s Era games. I’m using a 16:10 4K monitor, currently able to maxed out at 8K VSR. I’d love to go even further playing 16K on old games.
This program can already add custom VSR resolutions, but VSR is more limited than DSR. I don't know if VSR beyond 8K is possible because I only have a card that can do 5K. What monitor do you have that's 16:10? You can try adding 10K (10240x5760 for 16:9 or 10240x6400 for 16:10) and 16K (15360x8640 for 16:9 or 15360x9600 for 16:10). If those don't show up, then the driver doesn't support it.
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04-21-2022, 08:42 AM (Last edited: 04-21-2022, 09:36 AM by Nopa)
Post: #12
RE: Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
(04-21-2022 12:05 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(04-20-2022 11:35 PM)Nopa Wrote:  I’m new here. Is CustomVSRTool (AMD) similar to Orbmu2k’s (NVIDIA) CustomDSRTool possible ?

I’ve read somewhere you can bump/fake the resolution up to 16384x16384 (16K x 16K) before DX9-12 APIs started crashing and games became freeze ?. CustomDSRTool by Orbmu2k was discontinued since late 2019, alongside NVInspector/NVInspectorProfile.
Anyway, I got a 6900 XT, I’d like to try 16K on 2000s Era games. I’m using a 16:10 4K monitor, currently able to maxed out at 8K VSR. I’d love to go even further playing 16K on old games.
This program can already add custom VSR resolutions, but VSR is more limited than DSR. I don't know if VSR beyond 8K is possible because I only have a card that can do 5K. What monitor do you have that's 16:10? You can try adding 10K (10240x5760 for 16:9 or 10240x6400 for 16:10) and 16K (15360x8640 for 16:9 or 15360x9600 for 16:10). If those don't show up, then the driver doesn't support it.

Thanks for confirming it, chief!

The VSR limit for my monitor is 7680 x 4320. I’ve chatted with AMD Customer Care last night, they’ve confirmed the maximum VSR resolution you can enable on any Monitors/TVs is 8K 16:9. They also told me prior to the 22 March 2022 Adrenalin update, it used to maxed out at only 5K 16:9.
Meanwhile, CustomDSRTool with 16x DSR factors on a 4K monitor can go up to 64K resolution.



Do you plan on making AMD Tools that unlock hidden features like Custom VSR Tool or AMD Inspector (similar to https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfile...r/releases) in the near future?

NV-liked AMD Inspector would allow users to enable things that cannot be enabled in Adrenalin driver such as Ambient Occlusion/HBAO setting, Advanced AA & AF settings, Texture Filtering setting, G-Sync/Adaptive Sync setting, and other features/options/modes AMD won’t let users interact with. It’d come in very helpful to AMD customers/consumers and I’d love to donate my money to help support such projects.
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04-21-2022, 07:19 PM
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RE: Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
(04-21-2022 08:42 AM)Nopa Wrote:  Do you plan on making AMD Tools that unlock hidden features like Custom VSR Tool or AMD Inspector (similar to https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfile...r/releases) in the near future?

NV-liked AMD Inspector would allow users to enable things that cannot be enabled in Adrenalin driver such as Ambient Occlusion/HBAO setting, Advanced AA & AF settings, Texture Filtering setting, G-Sync/Adaptive Sync setting, and other features/options/modes AMD won’t let users interact with. It’d come in very helpful to AMD customers/consumers and I’d love to donate my money to help support such projects.
I don't have the information needed to make such a program. I can't add features to the driver if they aren't there. Getting around VSR limits would probably require modifying the driver, if the hardware can handle it. In NVIDIA's case, the driver already has those features; there just isn't an official user interface for them. There was a program for AMD GPUs called RadeonMod, but driver changes have made some parts obsolete.
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05-15-2022, 12:37 PM
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RE: Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
@ToastyX
Great tool! Will you release the source code?

I have a special requirement for my home theater tool and wanted to include writing of calulated virtual resolutions into registry.
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05-16-2022, 06:40 PM
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(05-15-2022 12:37 PM)FoLLgoTT Wrote:  Great tool! Will you release the source code?
I was planning to release it with the final version because I still have some changes planned such as command-line options. I've uploaded the beta 2 source code for you here: https://www.monitortests.com/download/sr...a2-src.zip
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05-18-2022, 07:26 AM
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RE: Scaled Resolution Editor (SRE)
(05-16-2022 06:40 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(05-15-2022 12:37 PM)FoLLgoTT Wrote:  Great tool! Will you release the source code?
I was planning to release it with the final version because I still have some changes planned such as command-line options. I've uploaded the beta 2 source code for you here: https://www.monitortests.com/download/sr...a2-src.zip

Big thanks! Smile

In the meanwhile I got a on-the-fly resolution change to work using NVAPI. That means I can calculate the virtual resolution based on several parameters and set it when I want. No need to manipulate the registry anymore for my special case.
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