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I noticed two things in the video:
1. You use c-sync cable.
2. Sync detection on OSSC is unstable.
This leads me to believe the problem is something fishy with the sync level, possibly related to your RGB cable. I’d mess around with the sync settings on the OSSC first, if you cannot fix it I’d just get a sync-on-luma cable. I’ve never had to mess much with the sync settings but maybe you can get advice from someone else. Also try the forum search function (you need to back out to the main forum).
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