Sorry if this was asked before, but couldn’t find anything about it. Can the OSSC be used for this purpose? In particular, can I use the device to connect a Windows PC at 720p, get the graphics line-doubled for a 1440p monitor/TV and then get half the resulting (even/odd) lines darkend for a scanlines effect? I’m thinking in 2D games such as Blazblue series, which require 720p monitors for 1:1 visuals at full screen.
What’d be the best solution for 768p games and a 1440p monitor?
Edit: Found the specs page. Seems the device was not conceived for 1440p output or bigger. So let me rephrase my question: since 720/768p monitors are a thing of the past, is 1440p output (from a 720p input) possible in a future firmware update (in order to add scanlines simulation)?
Thanks for letting me know. So it’s kind of pointless using the OSSC with anything bigger than a 1200p monitor/1080p TV, for scanlines simulation? Is a new 1440p~4k-ready OSSC coming in the future, perhaps?
From what I’ve read most monitors and TVs do a good job of upconverting digital signals, so you’d probably be happy with the OSSC outputting 720p then your TV upconverting it to its native resolution. Although I don’t have my OSSC yet so I don’t have any firsthand experience testing this.