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Once VSR is turned on within Radeon Settings, applying a supported VSR mode for a particular game can be done through the in-game Graphics/Video settings menu.
These are general steps for applying a supported VSR mode to games:
- Launch the desired game and open the Graphics/Video menu. If required, please refer to the game guide for instructions on accessing Graphics/Video menu.
- Select the Resolution option to see a list of available resolutions that the game can run in.
- Resolutions listed that are higher than the native resolution of the display are VSR modes.
Note! If the option only contains resolutions that are equal and/or lower than the native resolution supported by your display, then that is a limitation of the game as it cannot render at higher resolutions and does not support VSR modes.
- Select the desired VSR mode and apply/save change. The game should now run in the selected VSR mode
Thanks for the reply!
Unfortunately there's nothing there I haven't done already.
VSR does work in Witcher 1, but I am only able to select 16:10 resolutions (1920x1200, 2560x1600) above my display's native one, in Windows as well as ingame.
I can select resolutions with any aspect ratio if they are below my displays native resolution and I can add any resolution I like in that case.
I want to be able to select 16:9 resolutions (1920x1080, 2560x1440) using VSR, which has not worked with any tools.
I've looked around quite a bit but maybe there is no way
Here are my options with VSR on in Windows(it's the same ingame):