I found this FR which claims that it should work. I’m striving to make this a thing right now and am experiencing no joy.
My topology is thus:
<colorstation> -> <13w3 to vga cable> -> <VGA input OSSC (fw 0.81a all default settings)> -> <hdmi to DVI adapter> -> <DVI input Dell 2405W>
0) The colorstation’s output is swell. The monitor has a VGA input but it’s not enjoying the RGsB nature of the input. (image ‘jitters’ vertically)
1) The hdmi to DVI adapter works. (tested w/rPi 4 and a few laptops)
2) The display of the OSSC shows (only the green led is illuminated):
AV3: RGsB 896p
3) The 2305W displays corrupted nonsense.
I’m waiting on an sdcard to arrive w/which I can update to the latest fw but I don’t recall seeing anything that amounted to obvious fixication w/this particular issue.
Is there a way to alter/spoof the HDMI output signal to 1152×864? That’s about the closest aspect ration of a ‘normal’ resolution (1.333 vs 1.346)? Unsure if that’s what the 2305w is taking umbrage with or if it’s something the OSSC is doing.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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