Would it be possible to bump the H. active maximum up just a tad higher to 2048? With the H. samplerate limit raised to 2800, this gave me the idea to supersample the SNES signal to 341×8 (2728) in order to better scrutinize the fine subpixel details, specifically the blur for 2chips. It may also be useful to scrutinize the general quality of the signal while making comparisons as well.
The problem is that the active area needs to be 256×8 (2048), but the maximum is currently at 1920. This gives an incomplete frame at the output, and I have to pad the remaining pixels. Example: https://i.imgur.com/yJkKHzs.png Note that the output was converted to YUY2 by the capture device, so it doesn’t have the full chroma resolution. An RGB capture device would be even better, but I don’t have one.
2048 is also a nice number because if you multiply vertically by 7×224 in OBS or other software, you get a nice integer scale to 2048×1568 with the proper pixel aspect ratio (8:7).
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