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  • #26570

    marqs
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    Firmware v0.83 is now officially released:

    * Scanline updates and fixes
    ** Overlay pattern customization feature
    ** Fixed non-alternating mode with line4x interlace sources
    ** Added half-interval option for pre-linedoubled sources

    * Adv. timing option updates
    ** Sampling phase made mode-specific
    ** Horizontal samplerate fine-tune option for optimized modes

    * Video and audio TX parameters tweaked
    ** Set optimal video clock level
    ** Disable audio copyright flag
    ** YCbCr444 TX mode added

    * Auto YPbPr CSC option added
    * Fixed profile load not reading data from last mode presets
    * Enabled 35MHz video LPF for 720p & 1080i in auto mode

    #26571

    Listai
    Participant

    Thanks for all of your hard work!, looking forward to fine-tuning my Mega Drive and experimenting with the new scan-line modes.

    #26576

    paulb_nl
    Participant

    Thanks, awesome work!

    #26601

    Raiderrr
    Participant

    Hi, update the OSSC to this version but now I have a problem that I did not have before.
    After updating I have lost the sound in the games is not heard either in the captor or on TV someone knows why this happens?

    #26603

    nmalinoski
    Participant

    Hi, update the OSSC to this version but now I have a problem that I did not have before.
    After updating I have lost the sound in the games is not heard either in the captor or on TV someone knows why this happens?

    You probably flashed the version of the firmware without audio. You need to use the firmware with the -aud suffix if you want audio.

    #26790

    xtrasmiley
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    So many people have problems because they load the wrong firmware and lose sound, have you considered naming the main one the version number “FWxx” and the non-audio one, “FWxx OSSC 1.5 and older”. I know it’s clear to the regulars here, but it seems to happen a lot!

    Other than that, great update and thanks for keeping them coming!

    #26891

    CloudVII
    Participant

    Where is the firmware? Dammit. Forum is weak.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by  CloudVII.
    #26893

    SavagePencil
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    #26896

    nmalinoski
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    So many people have problems because they load the wrong firmware and lose sound, have you considered naming the main one the version number “FWxx” and the non-audio one, “FWxx OSSC 1.5 and older”. I know it’s clear to the regulars here, but it seems to happen a lot!

    It would be inaccurate to describe the non-audio builds as being specific to the 1.5 and earlier hardware revisisons, because they are also compatible with the 1.5 with audio addon and the 1.6. I would also expect the audio firmwares to work on the 1.5 hardware, but that would be pointless.

    Either way, it looks like the firmware repository (linked at the link above) has been restructured so that the audio-enabled firmwares are in a “release_audio” directory and the non-audio firmwares are in a “release_non-audio” directory, which should eliminate confusion.

    #26966

    Matias
    Participant

    I updated to FW0.83 but it seems that ps2 progressive signals stopped working.
    I tried several ps2 games with progressive support and they provided black screen.

    I quickly retreated to FW0.82 which seemed to be ok.

    Anyone else twho has updated to FW0.83 having problems with ps2 progressive signals? (I am using RGB scart connection)

    #26967

    nmalinoski
    Participant

    I updated to FW0.83 but it seems that ps2 progressive signals stopped working.
    I tried several ps2 games with progressive support and they provided black screen.

    I quickly retreated to FW0.82 which seemed to be ok.

    Anyone else twho has updated to FW0.83 having problems with ps2 progressive signals? (I am using RGB scart connection)

    I haven’t tested this myself, but I would make sure that you are either switching input to AV1-RGsB when 480p (or 720p or 1080i) kicks in, or you have turned on the OSSC’s automatic input switching.

    #27002

    Steo
    Participant

    Anyone else twho has updated to FW0.83 having problems with ps2 progressive signals? (I am using RGB scart connection)

    I just tried mine there and it’s working fine. My PS2 is set to RGB, so once the signal switches to progressive, I press 4 on the remote (RGsB).

    #27003

    nmalinoski
    Participant

    I just tried mine there and it’s working fine. My PS2 is set to RGB, so once the signal switches to progressive, I press 4 on the remote (RGsB).

    Have you tried enabling the automatic input switching?

    #27049

    cmcginty
    Participant

    I have a 1.6 OSSC and I upgraded to the 0.83 but I used the non-audio firmware. I re-flashed it with 0.83-audio but I still get any audio output over HDMI.

    I tried both external input and SCART with same result.

    Is there a switch or setting I need to update/check? Thanks.

    UPDATE: Ok, I’m an idiot. I needed to set the downsample to 2x. Wasn’t seeing the audio menu when I had the other version.

    Now I’m wondering is there a way to reset all the settings back to factory default? Or doc on what default are for timings, etc?

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  cmcginty.
    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  cmcginty.
    #27052

    Harrumph
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