UT2004 Custom Resolution

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Hi,

I have a PC connected up to my PAL TV via the VGA port and I need to run
UT2004 in 960x540 (with the help of powerstrip) resolution otherwise it
throws my TV out of sync. As this is currently set as the default res for
Windows many other games (e.g. GTA:VC) pick it up.

Is there a way to get UT2004 to run under this res?


Thanks in advance
Brett
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.games.unreal.tournament (More info?)

    Brett Jackson enlightened us with:
    > I have a PC connected up to my PAL TV via the VGA port and I need to
    > run UT2004 in 960x540

    Weird. Shouldn't it be 720x576? That's PAL.

    > Is there a way to get UT2004 to run under this res?

    You can try editing your UT2004.ini file, and see what happens.

    MeltDown
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    That seems to have done it! Cheers.

    Re PAL resolution: You're right, but of the 576 lines I think some are
    clipped, leaving about 540. The horizontal res is fairly flexible and 960
    gives about the right aspect for wide-screen.


    "MeltDown" <meltdownUSE@YOURunrealtower.org.imagination> wrote in message
    news:slrncv8gj9.a1.meltdownUSE@sybren.thirdtower.com...
    > Brett Jackson enlightened us with:
    >> I have a PC connected up to my PAL TV via the VGA port and I need to
    >> run UT2004 in 960x540
    >
    > Weird. Shouldn't it be 720x576? That's PAL.
    >
    >> Is there a way to get UT2004 to run under this res?
    >
    > You can try editing your UT2004.ini file, and see what happens.
    >
    > MeltDown
    > --
    > !For all your UT99/2k3/2k4 questions visit UnrealTower's FAQ section:
    > ! http://www.unrealtower.org/faq
    > !Home of the FAQs for agut and agut2003.
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