Right-click on the 3dfx icon in your system tray, and select the top option "Voodoo5 5500 AGP - 3dfx Hub". Select the "3dfx Anti-Aliasing" tab (normally the default selected tab), and then click the button labelled "OpenGL/Glide". You will see a drop-down box called "Anti-Aliasing", which has a choice of options. Select either "2-Sample Anti-Aliasing" (decent anti-aliasing, light impact on performance), or "4-Sample Anti-Aliasing" (excellent anti-aliasing, heavy impact on performance). Select an "AA Demo Key", if you like, so you can switch the FSAA on and off, to see the effect. Click OK.Originally posted by d33d
I am using lewpy's 3d plugin on espx and i have a voodoo 5 5500, i read about enabling FSAA, what is this?
and how do i enable it?
Now run ePSXe with my plugin, but you may want to drop the resolution down a notch or two if you are using 4xFSAA (effective fill-rate is reduced to 1/4 in this mode, but the FSAA effect makes up for it).
Toggle the AA Demo Key to see the difference between FSAA and no FSAA.