VGA Capture Thread

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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby arncht » 2019-6-09 @ 06:27

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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby RoyBatty » 2019-6-09 @ 07:56

Turns out Chrome was being stupid, they are fine, sorry.
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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby arncht » 2019-6-09 @ 09:08

RoyBatty wrote:Turns out Chrome was being stupid, they are fine, sorry.


ok, thx for the feedback :)
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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby arncht » 2019-6-10 @ 08:26

Socket 3 VLB @ 1994.10
Socket 5 @ 1995.05
Socket 7 @ 1997.09
Slot 1 @ 2000.05
Socket A @ 2003.06
Socket 775 @ 2006.11 - Core 2 Extreme QX6700, Geforce 8800 GTX, Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty
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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby ruthan » 2019-6-10 @ 18:16


I think that you should make special thread for these Demo videos, unless is about proper HW + SW settings, this is not right thread.
Im old goal oriented goatman, i care about facts and freedom, not about egos+prejudices. Hoarding=sickness. If you want respect, gain it by your behavior. I hate stupid SW limits, SW=virtual world, everything should be possible if you have enough HW.
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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby arncht » 2019-6-11 @ 06:03

ruthan wrote:

I think that you should make special thread for these Demo videos, unless is about proper HW + SW settings, this is not right thread.


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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby xjas » 2019-6-13 @ 19:39

Changing gears a bit... What's a good, cheap way to capture "high-res" 4:3/5:4 modes at 60 or 75Hz? Specifically 1600x1200 or 1280x1024.

I guess any modern game capture device should have the horsepower to do this, but do they allow those resolutions or force you to "1080p"?
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Re: VGA Capture Thread

Postby Tree Wyrm » 2019-6-16 @ 15:20

Modern game capture devices are geared towards 16:9 resolutions, typically 720p, 1080p and few high-ends supporting 4k. Neither 4:3 nor 5:4 are common enough anymore to be supported. Less so any going above 60Hz. Lastly most are only going to have HDMI input, and while you haven't specified type of video signal I assume it's most likely to be analog. In short your requirements definetely fall out of what modern game capture devices support. To summarize this very long and exhaustive thread you basically have two routes: a VGA-HDMI converter/scaler paired with a generic HDMI capture card, or not-so-cheap pro capture cards from vendors like DataPath and Epiphan.
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