Seen many comments here that the Elgato HD60 Pro does not play nice with the OSSC, but I tested it yesterday and I’m not having any issues. I use line5x with the 1600×1200 setting and generic 4:3 and it’s working great. I tested with NES, SNES, and Genesis and no issues with any of them. Keep in mind that I have dejitter mods in the NES and SNES and a sync stripper in the cable for the Genesis, but the point is that with clean sync these all work. I did have to enable downsampling for the audio to get the audio to work right, though. I haven’t tested line2x or line3x yet.
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