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Re: VGA Capture Thread

darry wrote on 2021-03-23, 04:29: You will need to adjust phase manually, however . Thanks! So this is the type of comment that sparks my interest - is there a good article you've found that goes over what phase is or why it needs adjustment?

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Now my issue is that I need to deal with the audio piece. I was under the assumption that the second 3.5mm jack on the OSSC could be assigned/linked to any of the input connections. VGA/DSub is RGBHV / AV3 (or button 3 on the remote) but there is no audio out jack for this particular input - it's …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

So this is definitely an exercise in patience. :) I thought I had the video nailed down - VGA into the OSSC 1.6 which digitizes it into HDMI out which then goes into the Datapath RGBVision D1S PCIe card. Now my issue is that I need to deal with the audio piece. I was under the assumption that the …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

I also switched OBS to use VCS as the input, but it still looks blurry - at least in the preview - within OBS and the difference in clarity looks quite drastic. EDIT: JPG Compression from ImageShack->VOGONS doesn't help, but you get the idea. https://imagizer.imageshack.com/v2/xq90/924/Eoccfw.jpg

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Ok, so here's a first pass: VGA Out (Riva TNT2 Ultra to 2 x Diamond Monster 3D II in SLI) to VGA Splitter to OSSC 1.6 (Passthrough) HDMI Out to HDMI-to-DVI Adapter to DataPath VisionRGB 1S. Captured using OBS at native 1280x1024 (Windows 98SE), and launched GLQuake @ 1024x768. Went in and out back …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Thanks for your responses! So I picked up this beauty for about $114.00, installing it in my main capture box (replacing my Elgato 4K CamLink). So for this card seems to hold it's sync when switching refresh rates/resolutions. Now I just gotta figure out the audio capture piece since I completely …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Thanks for your responses! So I picked up this beauty for about $114.00, installing it in my main capture box (replacing my Elgato 4K CamLink). So for this card seems to hold it's sync when switching refresh rates/resolutions. Now I just gotta figure out the audio capture piece since I completely …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

So I've read this entire thread - wowza, lots of good info and much more complex than anticipated. I've bought (and returned) quite a few items (thank you Amazon) as I didn't read this thread first before buying and honestly thought video capture would have come a long way by now. However, capturing …

Re: Cable / Connector Identification Needed

in Milliways
I think this is what I need? https://www.ebay.com/itm/JST-PH-2-0mm-Pitch-4Pin-Female-Connector-Crimp-Contact-Pin-Header-Connector-x-20/184573956720?epid=833499484&hash=item2af9771270:g:KMYAAOSwxphbHzHK definitely looks like it. Origin hong kong, could take a while for delivery. Done and Done. With …

Re: Cable / Connector Identification Needed

in Milliways
And I always make sure to buy excess pins since I often mess a few of them up, especially for connectors I am unfamiliar with. Lots of trial and error! So I've learned! :) I think I'm just going to try to source a bunch of the male version of the JST-PH 4-pin 2mm connectors and try my luck. I just …

Re: Cable / Connector Identification Needed

in Milliways
I have never crimped AMP connectors myself, but an easier route would probably to take a premade computer cable with the right connector and thinner cables and just crimp the JST-PH connector onto that... that crimping tool looks pretty bad imho, and not like it has the correct jaws, they need to …

Re: Cable / Connector Identification Needed

in Milliways
Well, you made me curious and... from the wikipedia... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molex_connector There are three typical pin sizes: 1.57 mm (0.062 in), 2.13 mm (0.084 in), and 2.36 mm (0.093 in). Guess which ones a pc uses... it's the middle one. I pulled one out of a connector, measured it and …

Re: Cable / Connector Identification Needed

in Milliways
Both are definitely options as I cannot seem to find this cable myself (was hoping for the easy way). I did pick up a molex crimping tool but I do have some questions as I haven't had much success, instead just destroying some pins as I'm a novice. This is the crimping tool I bought: https://www. …

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