RobertK wrote:We are not talking about monitors, but about old TV sets with a SCART connector, and to my knowledge no CRT TV allowed the user any adjustments to the picture size or position. Only if you were a TV technician you could open it and make some adjustments inside, but - as a TV technician told me a few years ago - to a more limited extent than the adjustments possible on a CRT computer monitor.
Newsdee wrote:it's all configurable at core level... maybe we need an INI setting to say if we want CSYNC or HSYNC/VSYNC when the scandoubler is disabled
RobertK wrote:Discussion from the NES core on MiST thread continued here.mahen wrote:Hi everyone ! I have a little issue ! For the first time I'm trying the NES core with a 15 KHz screen. An old TV from my wife's teenager bedroom
I'm quite happy with the result !
However, NES games (both in PAL and NTSC mode) appear quite off-centered, and especially quite a few columns are missing on the left as you can see here : https://postimg.org/image/urw5d5h1b/ (yes pics are awful, I have an old phone
I have exactly the same problem on my 36cm TV (bought in the early 2000s):
And it seems that on this TV the picture of most cores via SCART is a little off-centered to the left. On those systems that have a thick screen border (like the C64 or the Spectrum) this is no problem, but for others it is: for example, on the new PET core you see "EADY." instead of "READY.".
rittwage wrote:The Sony monitor has 4 BNC inputs for RGB- R, G, B, and Sync. There are cables on eBay with 3, and some with 5. I guess I will grab one with 5 and maybe I'll get lucky- unless the pinout on the MiST is special/non-standard.
Does the "standard" VGA pinut have a pin for CSYNC, or just separate HSYNC and VSYNC?
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