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Re: The OSSC Thread

by bmoc Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:13 pm

The OSSC doesn't have an HDMI input. You'll have to convert the RetroTink's output to VGA, component, or Scart with another device in order to get the the OSSC to process it.
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Re: The OSSC Thread

by Jagosaurus Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:40 pm

Hm...

Ok, back to Tink straight into TV. Not a big deal.

Thanks for clarifying.
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Re: The OSSC Thread

by Anapan Tue Sep 03, 2019 4:46 am

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Re: The OSSC Thread

by bmoc Sat Jan 18, 2020 2:34 pm

An OSSC Pro is in development! It will have three operating modes:

1. Lag free line multiplication (like the original OSSC)
2. Frame buffer based scaling (like the Framemeister)
3.Adaptive line multiplication

Adaptive line multiplication takes the output from normal line multiplication and places it in a 720p or 1080p window with standard VESA timings to increase compatibility. A frame buffer will not be necessary but this mode will have a small amount of latency overhead.

Best of all, the OSSC Pro will have an expansion port so you can add new modules like svideo or composite inputs. There is also potential for a game controller port expansion module. Since the OSSC Pro is going to be based on the same FPGA as the MISTer project, it will also be able to run MISTer cores!

For more details visit https://videogameperfection.com/2020/01 ... is-coming/
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Re: The OSSC Thread

by Jagosaurus Sat Jan 18, 2020 5:01 pm

That's pretty cool news. As someone who has researched the Mister & OSSC + Tink combo (for composite & sid vid) ... this could be a nice all in 1.
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Re: The OSSC Thread

by bmoc Tue Jan 21, 2020 12:26 pm

Jagosaurus wrote:That's pretty cool news. As someone who has researched the Mister & OSSC + Tink combo (for composite & sid vid) ... this could be a nice all in 1.

I figured the Analogue Pocket would be the first thing to get me into the MISTer world. I wonder which will make it to market first? I'm also curious what the OSSC Pro will cost. I assume that they will try to beat the price of the Framemeister. I'm betting $250-$300
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