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Any USB-based capture card is going to introduce compression, usually 4:2:2. That said, this cheap guy is said to work across all OSSC modes: https://www.amazon.com/PUTELTAL-Capture-Dongle-Recorder-Streaming/dp/B0818M8TW1
The AES just outputs kinda dim. One thing you can do is turn on borders on the OSSC to full white. Then find a screen in a game that is displaying pure white. Use the Pre-ADC gain to get the white from the game in the neighborhood of the border white. If you’re a stickler, then try the R, G, and B Gains to fine-tune it.
Which version of the software are you using for the Crestron?
Out of curiosity, where did you buy the OSSC from?
But the issue is also present if you go to Generic 4:3?
Are you running the standard Generic 4:3?
Have you verified that the same TV input and HDMI cable (plugged into a known-good HDMI source) doesn’t produce the issue?
Are you using Generic 4:3, or one of the advanced modes? If the latter, what settings?
Do you still see this if you go to Settings > Reset settings ( http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php?title=OSSC#Reset_settings )?
Can you be more specific about it looking ugly?
And which settings were you using?
Should advanced settings be different for widescreen vs 4:3?
Is it possible it’s your HDMI cables?
If you hold BTN1 while booting the OSSC, and it asks you to press a button on the remote, and it doesn’t work, then either your remote is at fault or the OSSC IR sensor is.
Pretty sure you could just run through the steps in 5-10 minutes and find out.July 10, 2019 at 8:47 PM in reply to: Do settings reset when updating firmware? And if so… #26980
Is there an auto-migration that is performed? Will my 0.83 profiles “become” 0.84 ones?
jesus, dude, I linked you instructions 10 minutes after you posted them. Grow up and stop bitching.