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    Default GeDoSaTo, breaking the barrier of resolution limits

    F.A.Q.

    Q: What is GeDoSaTo?
    A: The incredibly imaginatively named GeDoSaTo is a generalized downsampling tool for PC games.
    Its goal is to obviate the need for (often limited and hardware dependent) driver modifications
    to use downsampling in games.
    GeDoSaTo also supports game-specific plugins, for example a Dark Souls 2 plugin.

    Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages compared to driver-level downsampling?
    A: Advantages:
    • Essentially no resolution limits. (beyond those of the GPU)
    • Downsampling from more than 4x the resolution is useful. (multi-stage downsampling)
    • Selection of downsampling methods, including bicubic and lanczos. (not just linear sampling)
    • Downsampling in linear color space.
    • Support downsampling to high-frequency (e.g. 120 Hz or 144 Hz) target modes.
    • Not limited by display hardware.
    • Downsampling in borderless windowed fullscreen mode.

    Disadvantages:
    • Compatibility is limited compared to driver-level downsampling.
    • Only DirectX9 and DirectX9Ex supported currently.
    • Bugs


    USAGE

    • Extract the contents of the zip to some permanent directory
    • Run GeDoSaToTool.exe *as Administrator* (you can use this to perform the following steps)
    • Adjust the settings in config/GeDoSaTo.ini and config/GeDoSaToKeys.ini as desired you can also store game-specific setting overrides, see "config/Blackguards" as an example.
    • [Optional] Add your game executable names to "whitelist.txt" in the "assets" folder (Dark Souls 2 and a few others are already included!)
    • Select the downsampling resolution in-game if you want to use downsampling


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    is there any benchmark chart of performance drop?

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    Depends on the hardware and the game you're playing. I can go up to 5K and still have a playable framerate in Aliens VS Predator and the framerate won't dip below 60 until I go above 1440p, Mirror's Edge and Call Of Juarez Gunslinger runs butter smooth even at a resolution of 4K, Need For Speed Hot Pursuit, Crysis both run at a steady 60 FPS at a resolution of 3200X1800, I don't have GFWL installed so can't try out Batman Arkham Asylum
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    This is something like DSR of Nvidia , right ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    This is something like DSR of Nvidia , right ???
    yes to me it seems like that...
    like resolution scaling in battlefield 4 or other new games.

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    I'm done with writing the OP, start downloading and please provide feedback.

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    Just tried Batman: Arkham Asylum at UHD, the framerate hovers ranging from 50~60, with usually 60 indoors, however, the odd texture streaming in pause which plagues the Unreal Engine 3 is there. Also tried Aliens Colonial Marines and Bulletstorm, both are very playable at resolutions above 1440p, it's better if the resolution is kept to 1440p as these games tend to hiccup while loading a new area, again, a UE3 problem. Will try Bioshock, Bioshock 2 and Borderlands later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    F.A.Q.

    Q: What is GeDoSaTo?
    A: The incredibly imaginatively named GeDoSaTo is a generalized downsampling tool for PC games.
    Its goal is to obviate the need for (often limited and hardware dependent) driver modifications
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    GeDoSaTo also supports game-specific plugins, for example a Dark Souls 2 plugin.

    Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages compared to driver-level downsampling?
    A: Advantages:
    • Essentially no resolution limits. (beyond those of the GPU)
    • Downsampling from more than 4x the resolution is useful. (multi-stage downsampling)
    • Selection of downsampling methods, including bicubic and lanczos. (not just linear sampling)
    • Downsampling in linear color space.
    • Support downsampling to high-frequency (e.g. 120 Hz or 144 Hz) target modes.
    • Not limited by display hardware.
    • Downsampling in borderless windowed fullscreen mode.

    Disadvantages:
    • Compatibility is limited compared to driver-level downsampling.
    • Only DirectX9 and DirectX9Ex supported currently.
    • Bugs


    USAGE

    • Extract the contents of the zip to some permanent directory
    • Run GeDoSaToTool.exe *as Administrator* (you can use this to perform the following steps)
    • Adjust the settings in config/GeDoSaTo.ini and config/GeDoSaToKeys.ini as desired you can also store game-specific setting overrides, see "config/Blackguards" as an example.
    • [Optional] Add your game executable names to "whitelist.txt" in the "assets" folder (Dark Souls 2 and a few others are already included!)
    • Select the downsampling resolution in-game if you want to use downsampling


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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
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    Maira la -_-

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    Guys, why the is the down-sampling not working for me? :/

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    Which game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Which game?
    Any game. Ok, let's consider NFS Hot Pursuit. So, what should I do exactly?

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    What resolution do you game at? Try Reading the USAGE part in my OP please.
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    Can you compile a complete list of these GEM tools, albeit which are universal. I know about SweetFX and now GeDoSaTo. But BGers should know more.

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    What resolution do you game at? Try Reading the USAGE part in my OP please.
    First of all, I run NFS Hot Pursuit at 2880x1800 using DSR. But for GeDoSaTo I disabled the feature in Nvidia Control Panel. Then, I followed the above the three steps above. Also added NFS11 in the whitelist. Anything else to do?

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    Yes, you have to leave GeDoSaTo running in the background, minimized while playing the game. I've already added NFS11 to the whitelist, now all you need to do is just change the resolution in game, provided that you've gotten the steps mentioned in the OP right.

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    Can you compile a complete list of these GEM tools, albeit which are universal. I know about SweetFX and now GeDoSaTo. But BGers should know more.
    Radeon Pro, regardless of the name, can be used to work with SweetFX, force Triple Buffering and manage custom game profiles for AMD and nvidia cards alike, although the utility doesn't officially support nvidia GPUs. SweetFX has issues with injecting due to Steam and Origin overlays, and some games (if legit) won't work without Steam or Origin, Radeon Pro can come in handy in scenarios like these.

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    My max resolution still remains the same as it was initially. I don't get the new resolutions in game options.

    And Nvidia Inspector is a great tool for Nvidia gpus. I used Radeon Pro in almost all the games while using my HD 7770, especially, Dynamic Vsync which removed a lot of stuttering. Radeon Pro has some compatibility issues though. For example, Crysis 3 doesn't work with it. The game used to crash.

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    Did you download GeDoSaTo from my link?

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    If you are having trouble getting this to work, I will provide even a more detailed tutorial, but please, provide feedback.

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