No Scanlines (20%)
I'm trying out some new XRGB Framemeister settings on my RGB modded Amiga CD32. On the XRGB generally you only want the scanlines on 240p content when outputting 720p as they can look weird/crap on higher res stuff. But I'm almost sold on the scanlines on this 288p RGB source running @ 1080p.
I can play with the brightness on the scanline mode a bit maybe.
So, scanlines or better without?
You need to watch fullscreen/1080p to actually see the scanlines properly, otherwise they look weird when scaled down by YouTube.
scanlines all the way
On the fence with that video but gotta say WITH scanlines.
Yeah I'd have to say in that vid it looks better when they're switched on
Another one for 'on' here. It takes the edge off the blockiness of the sprites and gives it that 'how it was designed to look' feel.
I've been testing a few HDMI scanline generators to put in the AV loop. But so far they are all sh1te. HDMI as its the last connection in the loop.
Looks like I'll be sticking with the XRGB's scanlines for now. I've ordered an OSSC as well, but it might be a month before it arrives.
Depends on the monitor or what generator is being used, but all in all I'd be for. Especially for the old arcade monitors because it gives the game that rugged "gritty" sort of look.
100% scanlines. If it's a VGA compatible source, take a look at the arcadeforge "Scanline Generator SLG3000". It works very well with a PO for controlling the intensity.
Yeah, I've got one of those for and its pretty good at what it does. But not really suitable for my current setup. I think the Dreamcast and PSP dev kit are the only systems I'm currently using via VGA.
So I tweaked the scanlines ever so slightly, little bit brighter and sharper image.
I think this is pretty much the best picture I can get out of an Amiga CD32 using the XRGB Mini. I'm 90% happy with it, but think the OSSC scanlines will be better.
The game is Disposable Hero by the way.
Needs to be watched in full screen and max resolution otherwise the scanlines look weird.
Looks lovely Steve. Is there the tiniest bit of saturation going on with the whites? Or is that perhaps how the game is meant to look? Or maybe it's just my screen?
The whites do look a bit off, but I think its the game. Do you mean they're too white/bright?
Yeah just slightly overly white/bright causing some saturation, as said, could be the game itself!