I’m trying to capture video out of my X68000 and running into some issues. The OSSC does a great job scaling the X68000 and it looks amazing on my monitor, but my HD60 S capture card sometimes loses the signal. I figured that running the output of the OSSC through my Framemeister would help as it can change the framerate and resolution to something normal like 1920×1080@60Hz (vs 768×firstname.lastname@example.orgHz and other strange resolution/framemrate combos), but the video coming out of the Framemeister has all sorts of bizarre color issues.
I’ve tried changing as many Framemeister options as I could find, and none of them fixed this so I’m wondering if there’s something I could change on the OSSC to make it output something the Framemeister would be happier with. I’m on OSSC FW 0.88a, Framemeister FW 2.04, and using the profile from here: https://nfggames.com/forum2/index.php?topic=6622.msg45793#msg45793
OSSC HDMI out is going directly into Framemeister HDMI in 1.
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