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  • #19778

    lizzie
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    Hi,

    So finally got my new pc and now i’m trying to get it to work with my oscc. I have the elgato cam link, the elgato HD 60 Pro, and the elgato game capture HD. I know people got the oscc working with the cam link but no matter which device I try and use all I get is a mostly black screen with some of the picture all stretched out. Audio works fine.
    I’m going from my super famicom and using HD retrovision cables, or I’m using my rgb modded famicom with scart cable and both give me the same result no matter which device I use or if I’m using the elgato software or obs.
    I have no idea what i’m doing wrong or if something is a dud.

    #19780

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Can you try another console other than the NES/SNES?

    #19798

    lizzie
    Participant

    I bought thi to really use with my snes and nes. I know the HD retrovision cables work as I hooked them up to my tv and it was fine, no idea about the scart cable as the only scart input I have is the oscc but the video image is the same type from either the snes or nes.

    #19828

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately NES and SNES are the most problematic, so we could do with figuring out if they’re the reason for the problem or it’s something else.

    #19903

    lizzie
    Participant

    Hi ok I tried out my Japanese ps2 slim with a Scart cable. It loaded but everything was green.

    #19913

    nmalinoski
    Participant

    Hi ok I tried out my Japanese ps2 slim with a Scart cable. It loaded but everything was green.

    Chances are your PS2 is set to output YPbPr. Either set the OSSC to YPbPr on AV1, or change the Component Video setting in the PS2’s system settings to RGB.

    #20022

    lizzie
    Participant

    Ok so now why wont it work with either my nes or snes?

    #20028

    nmalinoski
    Participant

    The NES and SNES have a jittery sync signal that a lot of TVs and capture devices simply don’t like, because it’s not a perfectly-cadenced 60Hz signal; it’s possible that’s why they aren’t working for you.

    See this thread: NES/SNES 240p audio/video stability issues? Read before posting.

    #20032

    lizzie
    Participant

    Ok thank you I’ll take a look at that link, but my nes is modded so it could do rgb. Also just in case for more information I bought a framemeister and both work fine with that.

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