Thanks for the answer 🙂
I thought my pal og Xbox did output in 576i but i was wrong on that one. Still no flicker from that one, or my wii when it is set to 480i. So my point stands i guess, because i don’t think it is the difference between 480i and 576i that makes the flickering… right?
“You can set RetroTINK to pass through mode for interlace sources, that will make your TV handle the deinterlacing.”
it seems then as the retrotink and my TV handles deinterlacing the same then because i see no difference when using passthrough.
So to summerize, only way for me to get rid of the flickering is to have my TV handle it, e.g. using standard display setting instead of game setting, and thereby introducing some input latency?
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