The OSSC seems to think the output is 480i instead of 480p.
This doesn’t make sense to me. If you’re referring to what’s displayed on the OSSC’s screen, that’s describing the input signal, not the output signal; so it’s receiving 480i, and it’ll be up to your TV or other downstream video processor to display what the OSSC’s output resolution is.
In the case of S-Video appearing as 480p, that’s likely the RT2X line-doubling 240p or 480i from S-Video and providing it as 480p to the OSSC.
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