What are Optimal GameCube GBIHF settings when using RGB SCART?

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    Jon Nielsen
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    Hello,

    I’ve a PAL GC just for GBIHF use. The default output tells me that this could be pretty brilliant with some optimal settings. The usual values I’d try aren’t doing it for this output type (HD60?). It sort of looks like a N64 in 256×240 mode, pixels are squeezed and giving a blurry effect, but only on part of the screen.

    What settings do people here use ?

    Thanks,

    Jon

    #39356
    Harrumph
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    As the GBI wiki states, you either set hd60 and change nothing on OSSC (except which linemode to use ofc, 2x for 720p or 3x for 1080p), or you set hdcustom and adjust samplerate to 302.
    https://www.gc-forever.com/wiki/index.php?title=Game_Boy_Interface/High-Fidelity_Edition#Open_Source_Scan_Converter

    HDcustom is better in my opinion because it introduces far fewer duplicate frames (framerate is very close to the GBA output), but it is also slightly less compatible since it’s not straight 60Hz.

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