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Consoles like Wii, ps2, Xbox, xbox360 are cheaper or you can only find component input.
By the way, I know x360 has HDMI input, ps2 has RGB, etc… But I wanna play on on CRT TV and use OSSC to send the upscaled signal to my capture card.TV’s here doesn’t have RGB input by the way.
Is the CRT TV you’re planning use a SD CRT that has no RGB/component inputs? It would complicate things quite a bit if you’re limited to composite/s-video by your TV and simulateneously want to output RGB/YPbPr to your capture card (possibly via OSSC).
it has component input but Ycbcr (480i) It’s a SDTV. only EDTV’s have support for Ypbpr(480p).
Isn’t ycbcr and ypbpr different? or OSSC works with ycbcr signal also?
YCbCr refers to digital component video signal, so I assume your TV just uses incorrect terms if the input is standard 3xRCA analog component video. You need an active RGB/component video splitter if you want to duplicate output to your capture card. That setup only interlaced inputs, so picture quality won’t be great unless the capture card accepts 480i (which you can deinterlace via SW).
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