Strange Behavior on Console Power off/Reset.

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    caivs
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    Hello, I am using an N64 with Advanced RGB mod outputting YPbPr into OSSC 1.6a fw and capturing HDMI with a usb3hdcap with updated official drivers on Windows 10, tried both OBS capture and Amarec. I am using a Retro-Access YPbPr pass through cable for my N64 into a component distribution amplifier. I’ve tested going straight into the OSSC, however, and have observed the same things. I just noticed that when I turn off my console, whatever is on the screen freezes and then starts flashing, like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7BX9XVchxs when normally it should just turn off and then turn into this no signal screen: https://i.imgur.com/yVSxize.png.

    There is no audio on that clip but If I go into my capture card settings and choose the embedded audio in HDMI option (audio being fed from RCA to 3.5mm into A2 in of the OSSC), it misses the “It’s a-me” of the Super Mario 64 start up, so the audio doesn’t start until he says the word Mario. I also don’t see the horizontal blinds effect when resetting on Super Mario 64, it just freezes then goes black then resets. When the console is off the LCD says “AV2_YPbPr NO SYNC” and the LED normally goes red but I have seen it stay green before. When the console is on it displays normal sync information just fine. I’m not sure if it has to do with initial input/auto detect input settings but I have tried a few different combinations and it always does this same thing. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I should also note that I only use the OSSC for capturing purposes.

    #45812
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    I’ve seen similar behaviour on capture cards but no idea how to fix it, doesn’t really bother me so I’ve not looked into it further.

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