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AUDITION DISCUSSIONS => Guides and Tutorials => Topic started by: BonkYou on August 29, 2018, 10:14:20 PM

Title: Tech Guide [Audition Settings]
Post by: BonkYou on August 29, 2018, 10:14:20 PM
Hi all! This guide is essentially a summation of things I can cover. Hopefully I can add more in at a later date

I am NOT responsible for any changes for any other game. I am solely providing you a guide on things to change to 'better' your experience on Audition. I will not provide changes that do not go against Terms of Service.

What I'm working with:
I am currently running Audition using the current specs
1920 x 1080
Windows 10 64Bit
Working with Intel HD graphics

Black horizontal bars around my Audition screen
If you have any form of screen resolution issues, make sure you are in your 'native' resolution. To remove the black bars, enter your Graphics Control Panel (Intel HD Graphics Control Panel). In Display settings, under the scaling options, Select the Scale Full screen and Override Application Settings. Check Apply settings to ensure your settings are processed. Run Audition in Full Screen!

Manually Patching
Have any issues with your current files? Patching is what you need to do.
Enter your Registry Editor.
Windows Key + R ( Opens up the Run Windows)
Enter regedit
Click File & Export.. to save your current settings
Now navigate to the following:
On the right panel window there should be a key called VERSION
Right click -> Modify. Click Decimal under the base window
Take note of the # in the Value Data. Now enter a lower number than the one provided. Press OK and run Audition once again and your patcher should be updating itself.

Uncapping fps?


Hopefully I will be able to edit this post later LOL
Title: Re: Tech Guide [Audition Settings]
Post by: veronica on September 03, 2018, 05:22:51 PM
ty Bonky ;Love =^.^=
Title: Re: Tech Guide [Audition Settings]
Post by: mindfreakin100 on September 18, 2018, 08:07:57 AM
Thanks :) Im waiting for fps unlock especially on laptop users with integrated and dedicated gpu :)