I recently bought an OSSC, but I feel like I’m still not using it to its full potential. I feel like the picture quality could be better, but I’m not sure exactly what to tweak to achieve this.
I have a NTSC Phat PS2 on a 4K Toshiba FireTV that’s hooked up through the OSSC with cheap component cables I bought online. I have been using passthrough as using LineX2 for everything I’ve played makes the quality shake, etc. and I’m also using 480i as I know the HDMI output won’t allow for 480p.
So I’m trying to see if anyone has any tips on how I can get the best possible picture quality with the OSSC. Would buying fancier component cables make a difference (e.g. Retrovision component cables), or anything else that anyone can think of? I will probably return the OSSC and just get a cheap component-to-HDMI adapter (as my TV only has composite inputs) if I can’t seem to get the quality any better on my TV.
There’s another great GBS Control project here, https://www.gbscaio.com . Also consider having the gbs8200 deinterlace to 480p then line double with the ossc to 960p. I do this and it looks great, better than the gbs8200 scaling to 960p imo.
Actually, to have the gbs8200 deinterlace and then line double with the ossc, how exactly would I need to set that up on a 4K TV? Is there a guide somewhere for how the hardware should be setup/plugged in, etc? Also, would a VGA to HDMI converter produce a good image still?
Okay cool, so component cables from PS2 —> gbs8200 —> VGA to component —> ossc —> ossc hdmi output to hdmi tv input?
And do you mean set 480p output on the ossc, and I put RGBHV output set in the web ui for the gbs8200? (And actually if you could tell me how to access the web ui, that would be awesome lol! – or at least point me to a good guide to figure it out?) I just ordered a gbs8200 and will hopefully be receiving it soon!