TJ80 wrote:As for rotating vertical cores, the image is brilliant (apart from the missing green) with the default settings but vertical arcade cores are unusable and don't seem to have a rotate option. If I enable the scaler on VGA I can rotate the image, but I can't get a decent picture - anyone have a good custom video mode they can suggest?
Peredonov wrote:Adding to the above suggestions, for your PVM there should be 4:3 overscan, 4:3 underscan, 16:9 underscan, and 16:9 overscan picture modes, and h/v position adjustments in the geometry settings apply separately for each of those, so you can adjust those to have 4 "presets" for different vertical and horizontal positions. Many PVMs and BVMs also allow you to set h position for each channel, so you can technically have around 90 horizontal positions ready as well.
rashohyo wrote:After several days trying to figure out how to set h position for each channel on my sony pvm 14m4E...and i’m not able to understand how to do.
Peredonov wrote:rashohyo wrote:After several days trying to figure out how to set h position for each channel on my sony pvm 14m4E...and i’m not able to understand how to do.
I don't own your model so I can't confirm, but if it does have this setting it would be in the "channel configuration" or such submenu, where you can set the type of input used for the channel, its color profile, etc. If it's not there, the feature is most likely missing in this model. You still have those 16:9 picture modes, which by adjusting their alignment settings can work as 4:3 modes. If you need a lot of different horizontal positions, any Extron box with position shift knobs would be the better option.
Normal scan: 7 % over scan of CRT effective screen area
Under scan: 5 % underscan of CRT effective screen area
H. linearity: Less than 5.0 % (typical)
V. linearity: Less than 5.0 % (typical)
Central area: Less than 0.6 mm (typical)
Peripheral area: Less than 1.0 mm (typical)
Raster size stability: H: 1.0%, V: 1.5%
High voltage regulation: 4.0 %
Color temperature: D65/D93, selectable USER (3,200K–10,000K, factory setting is D65)
TJ80 wrote:If I don't need to use sync on green and just want a raw green video signal can I just connect direct to the DE10's GPIO pin in the same way as the red and blue signals?
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key_menu_as_rgui=0 ; set to 1 to make the MENU key map to RGUI in Minimig (e.g. for Right Amiga)
forced_scandoubler=0 ; set to 1 to run scandoubler on VGA output always (depends on core).
ypbpr=0 ; set to 1 for YPbPr on VGA output.
composite_sync=1 ; set to 1 for composite sync on HSync signal of VGA output.
vga_scaler=0 ; set to 1 to connect VGA to scaler output.
hdmi_audio_96k=0 ; set to 1 for 96khz/16bit HDMI audio (48khz/16bit otherwise)
keyrah_mode=0x18d80002 ; VIDPID of keyrah for special code translation (0x23418037 for Arduino Micro)
volumectl=1 ; enable audio volume control by multimedia keys
vscale_mode=1 ; 0 - scale to fit the screen height.
; 1 - use integer scale only.
; 2 - use 0.5 steps of scale.
; 3 - use 0.25 steps of scale.
vscale_border=0 ; set vertical border for TVs cutting the upper/bottom parts of screen (1-399)
;bootscreen=0 ; uncomment to disable boot screen of some cores like Minimig.
;mouse_throttle=10 ; 1-100 mouse speed divider. Useful for very sensitive mice
rbf_hide_datecode=0 ; 1 - hides datecodes from rbf file names. Press F2 for quick temporary toggle
menu_pal=0 ; 1 - PAL mode for menu core
hdmi_limited=0 ; 1 - use limited (16..235) color range over HDMI
; 2 - use limited (16..255) color range over HDMI, for VGA converters.
direct_video=0 ; 1 - enable core video timing over HDMI, use only with VGA converters.
fb_size=0 ; 0 - automatic, 1 - full size, 2 - 1/2 of resolution, 4 - 1/4 of resolution.
fb_terminal=1 ; 1 - enabled (default), 0 - disabled
osd_timeout=30 ; 5-3600 timeout (in seconds) for OSD to disappear in Menu core. 30 seconds if not set.
; Background picture will get darker after double timeout
; 1 - enables the recent file loaded/mounted.
; WARNING: This option will enable write to SD card on every load/mount which may wear the SD card after many writes to the same place
; There is also higher chance to corrupt the File System if MiSTer will be reset or powered off while writing.
; lastcore - Autoboot the last loaded core (corename autosaved in CONFIG/lastcore.dat) first found on the SD/USB
; lastexactcore - Autoboot the last loaded exact core (corename_yyyymmdd.rbf autosaved in CONFIG/lastcore.dat) first found on the SD/USB
; corename - Autoboot first corename_*.rbf found on the SD/USB
; corename_yyyymmdd.rbf - Autoboot first corename_yyyymmdd.rbf found on the SD/USB
;bootcore=lastcore ; uncomment to autoboot a core, as the last loaded core.
bootcore_timeout=10 ; 10-30 timeout before autoboot, comment for autoboot without timeout.
; Option to load the custom font. Format is plain bitmap 8x8.
; Supported sizes of font:
; 768 bytes - chars 32-127 (only alpha + numeric)
; 1024 bytes - chars 0-127
; 1136 bytes - chars 0-141
; up to 2048 - only chars 0-141 will be used.
; if first 32 chars are empty (for sizes 1024 bytes and more) then they are skipped.
; USER button emulation by keybaord. Usually it's reset button.
; 0 - lctrl+lalt+ralt (lctrl+lgui+rgui on keyrah)
; 1 - lctrl+lgui+rgui
; 2 - lctrl+lalt+del
; 3 - same as 0 (lctrl+lalt+ralt on keyrah)
dvi_mode=0 ; set to 1 for DVI mode. Audio won't be transmitted through HDMI in DVI mode.
; 0 - 1280x720@60
; 1 - 1024x768@60
; 2 - 720x480@60
; 3 - 720x576@50
; 4 - 1280x1024@60
; 5 - 800x600@60
; 6 - 640x480@60
; 7 - 1280x720@50
; 8 - 1920x1080@60
; 9 - 1920x1080@50
;10 - 1366x768@60
;11 - 1024x600@60
; custom mode: hact,hfp,hs,hbp,vact,vfp,vs,vbp,Fpix_in_KHz
; set to 1-10 (seconds) to display video info on startup/change
; Set to 1 for automatic HDMI VSync rate adjust to match original VSync.
; Set to 2 for low latency mode (single buffer).
; This option makes video butter smooth like on original emulated system.
; Adjusting is done by changing pixel clock. Not every display supports variable pixel clock.
; For proper adjusting and to reduce possible out of range pixel clock, use 60Hz HDMI video
; modes as a base even for 50Hz systems.
; These parameters have the same format as video_mode.
; You need to supply both PAL and NTSC modes if you want vsync_adjust to switch between
; predefined modes as a base. This will reduce the range of pixel clock.