Newsdee wrote:it's all configurable at core level... maybe we need an INI setting to say if we want CSYNC or HSYNC/VSYNC when the scandoubler is disabled
rittwage wrote:Most notably, Atari 800 and Apple II core do not work in 15khz.
RobertK wrote:rittwage wrote:Most notably, Atari 800 and Apple II core do not work in 15khz.
The Atari 800 and 5200 cores do support 15 kHz, but instead of adjusting the mist.ini file, you have to use a specific version of the core that is set to 15 kHz. You can find it in the "build_PAL_RGB" or "build_NTSC_RGB" directories on http://www.scrameta.net/autobuild/.
ijor wrote:Just out of curiosity, what's wrong with scandoubler mode? Doesn't "feel" the same as using 15 kHz on an old CRT monitor? Or is it for 50Hz/PAL, that most newer monitors don't support?
retrorepair wrote:To be honest for me it's the authenticity of playing on an old TV.
rittwage wrote:I was able to git clone the source, but don't know enough about VHDL yet to make modifications like this yet.
mahen wrote:Hi everyone ! I have a little issue ! For the first time I'm trying the NES core with a 15 KHz screen. An old TV from my wife's teenager bedroom
I'm quite happy with the result !
However, NES games (both in PAL and NTSC mode) appear quite off-centered, and especially quite a few columns are missing on the left as you can see here : https://postimg.org/image/urw5d5h1b/ (yes pics are awful, I have an old phone
sebdel wrote:I think on these old monitor you have a setting to manually adjust the position and size of the image.
rittwage wrote:I just ordered a MiST. Previously I have owned a Chameleon, so I hope this is a similar device with even more core support!
Anyway, I noticed there is an SCART adapter and many cores support 15Khz output. I am in NTSC land- can I buy or make a cable that would work with my Sony PVM monitor? I can find cables with VGA to 5xBNC connectors on eBay, but don't know if the wiring would be right... Would I have to make my own custom cable - and does this even work well?
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