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Framemeister Xrgb Mini Up Scaler Gaming 720p Vs 1080p
Framemeister front. While I would never recommend them for gaming, they do have one good use: Streaming. Assuming that you are using a 1080p panel and you are running an NTSC source into the Framemeister, there are two rules that must be adhered to for the TV to yield good results. Most users will want to connect either SCART or RGB21 style cables via an adapter. Neo Geo MVS: Euro SCART PSX, RGB, 720p 3DO: S-Video or composite PlayStation (One): Euro SCART Sega Saturn: Euro SCART Nintendo 64: Composite (Euro SCART when modded) Sega Dreamcast: Euro SCART Sony PlayStation 2: Component* Microsoft Xbox: Component* Nintendo Gamecube: Euro Scart (or, if youre lucky to have one: component; in this case you will also need acomposite cable for audio, since the component cable only has video inputs; see also this)* Modern Consoles: Sony PlayStation Portable: Component* Nintendo Wii: Component* Microsoft Xbox 360: HDMI** Sony PlayStation 3: HDMI** Ouya: HDMI** Raspberry Pi: HDMI** PlayStation TV: HDMI** Wii U: HDMI** PlayStation 4/PlayStation 4 Pro: HDMI** Xbox One/Xbox One S: HDMI** PC/Steam device/Android devices: HDMI** Modern Clones: Modern clones, like Retron 5, AVS oder Analogue NT use HDMI cables Super Retro Trio can be connected via compositeor S-Video NES Classic Mini uses HDMI cable * Usually your TV set does a good job with component sources. I'll always keep this page current, so please follow me on Facebook and Twitter for updates!. Choose desired language (with left and right) . Otherwise, it applies the following presets: GAME: HSCALER = 6, VSCALER = 6 VIDEO: HSCALER = 6, VSCALER = 5 The GAME mode which happens to be the default is suitable for 240p sources.
50Hz PAL sources on the Framemeister: PAL content is currently a problem. (5/5) Setup possibilities (simple): Console+Composite AV or S-Video->Framemeister->HDMI**->Monitor/TV Console+Scart/JP21->RGB* to Mini-DIN->Framemeister->HDMI**->Monitor/TV Console+Component->D-Terminal to Component cable->Framemeister->HDMI**->Monitor/TV Console+HDMI->Framemeister->HDMI**->Monitor/TV * Connecting retro consoles if you use RGB-21/JP-21 cables then you can use the bundled adapter (note, if youre not sure what kind of cables you have, then you have Euro SCART, not RGB21). If you want to get rid of these borders, you can use the profiles from this page. I'll look into this sometime soon, but any way this turns out: the Framemeister is fast enough to support even the most hardcore bullet hell shoot'em ups (or Bemani or whatever is your cup of tea). My model 2 saturn unit showed a little bend on top of the picture. With the right scaling options it looks just as nice as on the XRGB-3 (in B0 mode). It converts the 240p into interlaced signal (!), then applies deinterlacing to convert it into progressive signal (!!).
You can adjust the scanlines in the menu though its not that clear, what the options mean. One submenu is reserved for Marvell-related settings. The quality is much better, when I use the SCART (RGB). Letterbox zoom settings are available for 4:3 letterbox Games like Biohazard 4 on GameCube or PSP systems. But many older consoles (especially PAL after 60hz upgrades) have very different or not stable frequencies which cannot be accepted by the modern TVs. With 480p output the picture's still very nice, though a bit softer than the XRGB-3's 480p output - more like what classic Faroudja linedoublers would deliver.
The device also has not only one, but two HDMI inputs, so that you can use it as a (mini&) hub. All vintage systems I've tried so far look amazing, don't need additional adjustments and don't show any compatibility issues at all. 640480 800600 1024768 1280960 12801024 16001200 1280768 1280800 1360768 1440900 1600900 16801050 19201080 19201200 (see notes in the end of the guide for this resolution) IMAGEMODE: select the processing and filter mode (deinterlacing, low pass filter, scanlines&) STANDARD: this is the default setting with default settings GAME1: different processing and enabled low-pass filter (low pass filter decreases quality for analogue sources) GAME2: same as GAME1, but uses colours from ANIME (low pass filter decreases quality for analogue sources) MEISTER: same as GAME1 but adds scanlines (low pass filter decreases quality for analog sources). Today 480i remains the crown discipline for every deinterlacer. These modes affect deinterlacing and picture colour only, they don't change scaling.
If you find the picture colours look oversaturated, try the settings below: COLORSET: Brightness: 32 Gamma: 15 Black: 0 Hue: 46 Saturation: 24 SPECIAL: A/DLEVEL: 131 Using Profiles You can save profiles with specific settings (like scanlines type) on an SD card. Ideally, it is best to leave this setting on AUTO. Framemeister back. for 240p sources IMAGEMODE = PICTURE AUTOSCALER = GAME SHARPNESS = 0 or 1 (0 recommended) Set the output resolution to 720p if you want to use scanlines or 1080p if your TV supports it and you DONT want to use scanlines for 480i sources IMAGEMODE = NATURAL AUTOSCALER = VIDEO SHARPNESS = 0 or 1 (0 recommended) for 480p sources Either use the Smart x2 mode which basically just doubles the resolution (which means the picture does not fill the screen without another scaler to zoom it in): IMAGEMODE = PICTURE AUTOSCALER = OFF HSCALER = 6 or 7 VSCALER = 6 SHARPNESS = 0 or 1 or use a normal aspect ratio with the following settings: HSCALER = 7 VSCALER = 5 SHARPNESS = 0 or 1 (0 recommended) for Component video inputs The default picture settings for component video are not great. The available options here are OFF, GAME and VIDEO. bb4f9be48f
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