Settings > Game Settings
Adjust settings related to output from PlayStation®2 and PlayStation® format software.
- Some PlayStation®2 or PlayStation® format software titles may perform differently on the PS3™ system than they do on PlayStation®2 or PlayStation® systems, or may not perform properly on the PS3™ system.
- Also, PlayStation®2 format software cannot be played on some PS3™ systems. For details, refer to [Types of Playable Discs], visit the SCE Web site for your region or review the documentation that was included with your PS3™ system.
PS / PS2 Upscaler
Upscaling is a technique that can be used to enable video content recorded in SD resolution (NTSC: 480p / 480i, PAL: 576p / 576i) to be displayed in HD resolution (1080p / 1080i / 720p). Because the video content of PlayStation®2 and PlayStation® format software is recorded in SD resolution, the content can be upscaled. Higher resolution video can be achieved by enabling upscaled output.
|Off||Set to disable upscaled output.|
|Normal||Set to upscale and display at a size that matches the screen size.|
|Full Screen||Set to upscale and display at full screen by changing proportions and stretching the image.|
- To use this feature, a TV that is compatible with HD input and output must be connected using an HDMI or component AV cable. Also, the video output setting of the PS3™ system must be set to output video at 1080p, 1080i, or 720p.
- If image quality is reduced or the image does not look right when upscaled, set this option to [Off].
- This item is displayed as [PS Upscaler] on some models.
PS / PS2 Smoothing
|Off||Set to disable smoothing.|
|On||Set to use smoothing to reduce the roughness of the displayed image.|
- With some software, the smoothing effect may not be noticeable or image quality may be reduced even if this option is set to [On]. In this case, set to [Off].
- This item is displayed as [PS Smoothing] on some models.