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BlueStinger
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Let’s assume you have a PS1 which outputs 480i on the dashboard screen and 240p during gameplay. You can have 1 profile for both of these scenarios.

Let’s say you want your tv to de-interlace the 480i by itself and the 480p in 5x mode, you set up the 480i on “Passthrough” mode and the 480p to 5x. So you would just need one profile to take care of those because those are different modes (480i and 240p)

Basically, you can use a single profile for different outputs/consoles as long as those outputs or consoles are different from one another. You have those available :
240/288p mode
384p mode
480i/576i mode
480p/576p mode
960i/1080i mode

Let’s assume you have a Dreamcast (480p), a SNES (240p) and a Xbox (480i), then you can use a single profile.
240/288p mode : x4 for your SNES
384p mode
480i/576i mode : Bob x4 for your Xbox
480p/576p mode : x5 (1920×1200) for your PS1
960i/1080i mode

But if you have a PS1 that needs to go through a capture card that doesn’t accept 1920×1200 and you want to use this mode on your tv, then you have two options :
-Change the setting each time you want to use your capture card
-Make another profile

PROFILE 1:
240/288p mode : x4
384p mode
480i/576i mode : Bob x4
480p/576p mode : x5 (1920×1200) for your PS1 on your TV
960i/1080i mode

PROFILE 2:
240/288p mode : x4
384p mode
480i/576i mode : Bob x4
480p/576p mode : x5 (1920×1080) for your PS1 with the capture card <— here is the difference
960i/1080i mode

I hope it makes sense. ANd of course, you can have a profile (or more) for each system if you so choose. But if all your consoles share the same outputs (say 240p) then you can combine all of them under a single profile.