- January 21, 2020 at 7:20 PM #34714
So I just read about this and have one question. Will this suffer the same compatibility issues the normal OSSC does?January 21, 2020 at 10:39 PM #34723
No, that’s what the adaptive and frame buffer modes are there for 🙂January 22, 2020 at 4:04 AM #34733SteoParticipant
I read about this and it sounds promising. I like the idea of it being able to use a 1080p window to eliminate any issues and actually have perfect integer scaling too, with the only thing being the borders, which I think would be worth it when it comes to a 1080p set.
Another thing is capture cards, many of them refuse to work, but this could really make things much easier for people who like to capture video.
I’m pretty happy with the current model, it works really well on my B8, but I’d consider buying the Pro if it ends up having more features that would benefit me over the current one.January 22, 2020 at 11:29 PM #34763
It does sound interesting, definitely. Hopefully the price is good too.
Speaking of which, I regret not buying my OSSC from VGP as I could have saved about £40-£50 judging by the current price. Only bought the other version because Amazon Prime – free one-day delivery. Live and learn, I guess.January 24, 2020 at 6:01 PM #34803
Just found out about the Pro. Pretty dang excited. So this means for SNES/NES the dejitter feature will no longer be needed as the Pro will handle all that now? And that means you can pretty much buy any brand tv (or at least the big names) and won’t have the compatibility issues? Is this is all correct? If so, then I’m making a switch back to Sony due to the nice upscaling.January 24, 2020 at 9:47 PM #34806
If you want the completely lag free scaling that OSSC does, then most likely there will be some sets that aren’t compatible still. However, adaptive mode will only add minimal lag (less than a frame) and should work with almost all displays.January 24, 2020 at 10:31 PM #34812
Excellent! So NES and SNES without dejitter in adaptive mode should also be compatible with most displays now? Is that correct?January 26, 2020 at 3:59 PM #34842
I actually need to test that on the prototype, thanks for reminding me 🙂January 26, 2020 at 6:34 PM #34849
NES and SNES with the OSSC never gave me any issue (despite 3x and 4x modes requiring tweaking to work as it operates in PAL). Neither console has a de-jitter mod.January 26, 2020 at 8:29 PM #34853
Sounds good, Bucko. Yeah, definitely try it out and see what the results are when you get your test unit.
My current tv (LG) handles the signal well for NES/SNES (NTSC), but my Sony X900E did not.
I’ve also wondered with tv’s now getting VRR, GSync and FreeSync if that will somehow improve compatibility for the sets that have those features.
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