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Tagged: OSSC blackout sync
I got an OSSC a few weeks ago and every time I play for 20-40 minutes, the screen goes black for a few seconds an then returns to normal. How do I fix this issue?
it would be necessary to describe on which console (pal, ntsc, switched model, 50 or 60hz), which game (and its region), is it in “action” or during a passage in a menu or a loading screen, including does it have a single cut or several then ….?
OSSC default settings or have you changed a value?
What cable (rgb / scart, yuv /?) Between the console and the ossc …
In short without additional information as much to play the lottery;)
it is on 6OHZ NTSC xbox and ps2 using component cables and it’s in “action” when i’m playing my NTSC copies of JSRF and Raw Danger. it’s during passthrough mode, too.
Which TV? Does the LED blink on the OSSC?
it’s a haier HD tv and it doesn’t blink.
I’ve never heard of that brand unfortunately. We have a handful of reports of this (literally 2 or 3) it’s proving extremely difficult to track down (even using same ossc and same display as a customer I can’t replicate it).
Have you tried other consoles, e.g 240p machines see if they have issues?
I have been having this issue with component based consoles like the ps2 and xbox, using the VGA port for my switch and PC work perfectly and output 60hz exactly but the xbox/ps2 usually output around 59.86-59.92.
Ok so I reset my settings and it didnt syncout when I was playing for 40 minutes so I hope that worked.
Please let us know.
I’m sorry. it worked fine yesterday with 2 different games across 40-50 minutes each but now it is now repeating again. should i make a more detail thread?
Hey, I have the same issue. Can play for 20-40mins and the screen goes black for a few seconds and returns to normal. Using NTSC SNES jr (RGB modded), RGB scart cable and Asus vg248qe monitor. Live gamer extreme capture card from avermedia to capture my image when streaming. It does the same thing whether connected or not to the capture card.
SNES could be the jitter issue, is your console dejitterd?
Nah its not. Just strange it keeps happening every now and then, sometimes more often, sometimes less.
That’s a different issue to the OP I would imagine, it’s unclear why some users struggle with 480p content.
I made every video setting into passthrou mode and it’s still goes black randomly.
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