^Nice, the Wii looking good there!
thanks! The digitization and scanline capabilities of the OSSC, combined with the progressive processing of the HD3000 really bring out the best in the Wii. the details and the colors are super impressive with native Wii titles. and the visual quality when emulating either through virtual console or retro arch looks stunning as well.
Damn Blair, the scanlines on Streets of Rage look insanely good! Are they actually graded on the edges like that like real scanlines, or is that just an affect of the camera?
that's a good question, in 480p retro arch wii has its own custom scanline patterns. so that might've been what I was using instead of the default ossc scanline overlay (it's been a few months since I took these pictures) so it might look a little different. another cool thing I've found is that combining retro arche's custom scanline patterns while using the 480p 2x mode of the OSSC and then adding OSSC's own 480p 2x scanline pattern on top of that yields some really nice looking results (I'm assuming it's similar to what another user reported when using the OSSC combined with an SLG in 480p 2x mode)
but yeah, it definitely looks really nice. the HD3000 and the Dell monitor I was using at the time might have also played a part in giving the scanlines a nice soft edge.
Hi Blair, some months ago there were some questions in the thread on how you managed to get OSSC Lx3 working with the iScan Micro (you posted some images in the "4k blues" thread). It seems noone else has managed to do this. You mind clarifying how you did it?
so everybody's having trouble getting the micro to work with anything above line2x? that's interesting. makes me wonder if there some kind of EDID problem going on. ( the micro does have a tendency to get confused about what it should be doing) the only other major issue I had with combining the OSSC and the micro was in line 3X mode when using the Saturn the picture would shake vertically. I was able to fix that but I forgot how exactly I did it. another strange thing is that on some displays the micro would actually pass through 480i content instead of using its own (bad) interlaced processing. very strange behavior.
has anybody tried the micro on the latest firmware with any of the line4X and line5X options?
right now I have my micro hooked into my original dvdo HD as sort of an HDMI bridge.
(the original DVDO HD has some compatibility issues with its digital port that were later rectified on the HD+, but the micro is doing a great job fixing that particular issue with this older hardware)