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I hope this is the right place to post/inquire. Yes I am a noob with the OSSC but not unsavy tech wise.
Using a Wii with a Hisense R6 4K 65″ TV max resolution is 3840×2160 and was wondering if the these settings are correct to use with a Wii? All the default OSSC setting with a Wii seems awful and blurry. I found other posts with optimizations but still can’t get it right.
Setup is: On Wii the settings are on 480P/16:9>Output to OSSC via component (HD Retrovision Wii/Wii U Premium YPbPr Component Video Cable)>Mclassic>HDMI in on TV.
Iv’e played with different setting as mentioned and the Hisense can take many modes 480p, 1080p, 1440 etc. I’ve tried many settings but usually looks blurry (not pixel sharp). I also have an Mclassic and am looking for a sharp(er) picture? Iv’e tried all other combinations and nothing looks decent? The highest I recall was 1440 at 60hz and looked nice but was cropped and the Mclassic need to be turned off.
So are these setting below correct and the best maximum sharpest setting for a 4K to try? Or do I have it all wrong?? I’m new to all this apologies. Just want the best image and aspect ratio like the OP. I have different zoom options also but try to not use them but will if needed on the TV.
Line2x, H. Active to 960 and V.Active to 544. If yes then what are the other setting to be set as?
768×432? lineX2: ON
H. active: 960
V. active: 544
I also ordered Hyperkin HD Cable for Wii thinking to bypass the OSSC and go to the Mclassic right to the TV for a better image? I’ve never heard anyone do that so I maybe the first?
Thank you kindly.
You don’t need to change any settings for Wii. It will be sampled optimally at the default for 480p (858 h.samplerate).
I think the problem is two-fold:
1. wii has slightly blurry output as it performs various internal scaling before output
2. you have an unrealistic expectation of how the output should look
By the way, it seems most things Hyperkin put out as far as cables go (so called “HD” HDMI cables) are just complete garbage so I wouldn’t waste my time on it.
I agree with Harrumph, the Wii’s signal is not the best. I’ve believe some Wii titles render internally as 640×480 so you could try reducing H.active and/or changing 480p sampler settings but I doubt it will make a big difference.
480p X 2 Especially without upsample 2x should look pretty sharp, too sharp for most folks. The Mclassic actually blurs the image slightly so would be counter-intuitive for what you are trying to achieve here I think.
Ok. I will dump the OSSC since it’s useless with the Wii and go Dolphin.
Thank you all.
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