> > Well we can select integer or uneven stretch in regular MAME, isn't that the same > > thing ? > > I don't think it's in normal Windows builds. It existed for a while but was never > actually hooked up, and then AFAIK it went away.
Too bad, found this: The last two posts made me sad.
As an alternative I've found that GroovyMame has 'cleanstretch', which works as intended but apparently disables filtering because switchres takes over and it doesn't feature bilinear or anything. So I get integer scaling in d3d but too sharp lol.
And for integer + out of boundaries there's really only RA that I hate using. Or playing on my Sony TV which has nice overscan controls.