That’s actually scheduled for the next (or an upcoming) firmware update. ‘Fully adjustable scanlines’.
Hey everyone. My OSSC arrived and I’m loving it so far. I am having a minor issue in I’ve been asking around about and wanted to paste my question here to see if I might get any different answers. Hello! The issue I’m having is that so far specifically on Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 (I’ve checked a few other interlaced only games out and wasn’t having the issue other than the rare occasional hiccup) unless I keep the game very still it seems like it gets stuck only displaying one interlaced half field, if anybody here is farmiliar with playing with GSM mode selector on PS2 and trying to force games to 480p that use field rendering will often have nearly this same “low res look”
Here’s when I leave the camera very still for a moment:
Here’s the game in movement:
This problem doesn’t happen on passthrough or line 4x mode, and I’ve yet to get my TV to pick up line x3. Also I can’t recall for sure but I remember testing this game once before upgrading to the newest firmware and don’t think I had this issue but I’m not sure on that part
Wow just updated to the newest firmware and I’m very impressed with the new scanline options. The hybrid option really brightens up the image,still playing with the right balance between scanline strength and hybrid percentage,leaning toward 68%/100%.
Also,I dont know what they did but the scanlines at 4X look perfect now and not too skinny! Its on par with the 2X scanlines! Im finding 3x and 5x still too thin though.
Damn, new firmware? I need to try it out.
Damn! Need to test this out. Link to said firmware?
Edit: Found them here: https://www.niksula.hut.fi/~mhiienka/ossc/fw/
yup I upgraded the firmware a few weeks ago and liked the additions.
These are just the screen grabs from my capture device and I find you have to reduce the scan line strength when capturing to card otherwise it looks uneven. I think these were taken with the scan lines lightened.
Just ordered my OSSC today with the remote, overlay, PSU, everything! Pretty excited and can’t wait to post screens.
Introducting RetroTINK 2X
OSSC has been on the market for a while now and continues to go from strength to strength with new firmware features being introduced all the time. One feature that can’t be added in firmware updates however is support for new signal types. Analogue video was typically transmitted using composite video, S-Video or RGB. Until now there’s been no affordable, readily available way to add S-Video or composite video support to the OSSC. Now, however, a new, affordable solution is about to hit the market, say hello to the RetroTINK 2X.
RetroTINK 2X - It’s a transcoder
The dinky little RetroTINK measures just 7.5cm by 5cm by 3cm. In that small package, it manages to offer composite video, S-video and component video inputs, as well as stereo audio inputs. These signals can be input and transcoded directly to HDMI.
Connecting the RetroTINK to the OSSC requires a simple HDMI to VGA adapter and we will be selling a kit to do this in our store. We have tested the adapter we will be selling extensively and can confirm it doesn’t add any input lag, nor does it crush blacks or over saturate whites as far as we can tell.
RetroTINK 2X - It’s a line doubler!
Turn the RetroTINK 2X into line double mode and you can enjoy lag free line doubling of your component, composite or s-video sources! While lacking the advanced features of the OSSC, the RetroTINK 2X still does an admirable job, providing a super affordable way to add 240p compatibility to a wide range of televisions.
Yeah, I don’t have an OSSC but I ordered one. It’ll get my Sega CDX onto the big screen in the living room.
There was some discussion here… Retro AV |OT| RGB, CRTs, Upscalers, and more
Worth noting the price. Looks like it will be $99.