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Hello guys, I’ve recently bought a OSSC and I’m trying to get the clearest image I can out of my RGB modded PAL N64. I think I’ve nailed the clarity of the capture pretty well (using Firebrand profiles, still need to do timings so not quite there yet) but I have quite a noticeable issue. It’s a bit hard to explain but I have interference? or maybe it can be described as fuss on my capture. I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix this as it’s the last problem I need to fix. I did notice on the official guide there were new steps since this mod was installed (originally modded like 6/7 years ago by VP) maybe that could help but I wanted some confirmation before I start fiddling about.
Below I’ve tried my best to cover all grounds to give you guys as much information as possible. Any help would be appreciated.
Setup: N64 PAL -> RGC RGB sync as LUMA cable -> OSSC scart in -> OSSC HDMI out -> Capture card. (I’ve checked as well even on my PVM I get this so seems to be an issue with console or OSSC)
Video: https://youtu.be/PGlbFxLVeB8 (The problem is easiest seen to the right on the red curtains. I’ve checked some other games and while it’s hard to see it is still prevalent)
Image of mod: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/194824436690452480/766300069993119744/IMAG3183.jpg (sorry for the terrible quality the camera on my phone sucks)(side question what is the purple wire for? as it’s just taped up.)
Sadly those Tim Worthington N64 boards do have a bit of noise, it was a great mod in its day but has easily been surpassed now.
Thanks for getting back to me. Maybe I’m a bit out of the RGB loop here but what is the recommended mod these days? I don’t mind sending this off somewhere to get fitted. Or maybe even installing it myself presuming it’s currently available? (I would like to stick to RGB though, not HDMI)
Borti’s new mod is the gold standard, we have kits on order at the manufacturer including his latest spec with flex cables and filters, we’ll let you all know when they are in stock.
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