Erm, yeah. What do these two actually do? Keeping in mind I'm using a standard T.V. I heard they can improve framerate on certain games but that might just be rubbish.
Smoothing helps make PS1/PS2 games look a bit better by reducing the jagged edges of graphics.
I see. So it really has no use for a normal T.V then? Would anything happen if I used it?
Still, I guess they are useful...
You yourself are using an SD tv which uses the same resolutions of the tvs when the games in question were released,
so ask yourself the question, do you think you need the upscaler ?
In short, no, I doubt there will be any differences for you if you turn on the upscaler because there is nothing to upscale to, the resolution of your tv is the same as the resolution of the tv's for which the games were developed years ago.
The smoother however, might show some differences in the jagged edge department, but really, just try it yourself
On HD it's much more noticable, But still, they look like PSone games, dont expect anything great.
The upscaler is more for Hi-0def viewers as it will give a finer deffinition between vibrant colors giving a clear image, This works well on Play TV for me,
But It's a Ps3 with fantastic games in 1080p, So I can honestly Say I'e never even put a Psone game in it;
hey, i used this upscales thing, and unfortunetly my ps3 seems not to react the fact that i have expeled the ps1 game, and it still in this size, so basically my ps3 shows a bigger image than the tv, how can i fix it, i've sear erverywhere and could not find an answer please help, sorry for the lenguage i'm spanish :c
All it does is stretches the picture, no AA at all. It does a poor job of 'upscaling' really.
Yep, I think it make PS1 games look worse.