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I just tested that (plugged composite video from C64 to Y-input of OSSC), and that works fine. The all-white scenes don’t cause any kind of trouble.. so that means it’s the Sony transcoder that gets messed up ?
If someone else wants to test aswell: I used a demo called Comaland (by Censor Design and Oxyron) for C64 (http://csdb.dk/release/?id=133940). You can see the issue after around 2 mins when running the first floppy of that demo (image1.d64).. there’s the scroller with all-white background, which totally messes up the sync/signal when using the Sony Transcoder with OSSC (OSSC display shows all kinds of weird signal infos during that time period and you lose the video).
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