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Re: Windows XP+7 GPU

Radeon 9500/9700, which lack trilinear optimization in hardware AFAIK, and the Radeon X1000 series set to HQ AF should be quite clean. X1000 HQ AF has actually been shown to be superior to the filtering of their DirectX 10/11 cards. But that Quake 3 sky might be more than just a texture filtering …

Re: Windows XP+7 GPU

Yeah remember the DX10 and later cards can't do any dithering at 16bit color so those games would look awful. And it certainly isn't going to bring you any fog table emulation for those DX5 games that use that. FX 5500 would have you covered. DGVoodoo 1/2 should do Glide games well on a 750 Ti. …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

I do not intend to livestream using the E1S, so I did not bother trying OBS with it . I might give it a shot, just to test it (will report back if I do). IMHO, if livestreaming is the use case, the E1S quality and RGB capability are overkill anyway. Though, it would be nice if it could work for …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

I have an i9 9900K CPU, and I have no issues with capturing using x264 using an E1S at 1600x1200 in RGB (for some reason RGB24 does not work for me over DVI from an OSSC, so I capture in RGB32 and truncate the empty alpha channel to RGB24). I capture using x264 lossless settings, use low …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

The only time I've seen capture-side stutter like that is when you have duplicates of the capture stream open, i.e. you have both VCS and the Datapath software capturing at the same time. This can also happen if your capture software doesn't properly release the stream on exit. It is definitely …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

When you get stuttering in VCS, does its window title bar begin with "{!} VCS" or just "VCS"? If it's with "{!}", it's a system performance issue. If not, it's more likely a capture-side issue. You could shoot a quick video of the stuttering onto Youtube. Hey vvbee, VCS is actually working …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Should be np with OBS, depends on your machine and the settings used. If you use an NVIDIA Card, I highly recommend their codec. It takes more space on your disc, but is very CPU efficient: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/guides/broadcasting-guide/ I'm just referring to the preview. No …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

I reinstalled drivers for all hardware and reseated all cards. VCS is normal again and OBS window capture too. But I don't think OBS can directly capture 1080p60 fluidly through whatever driver interface it uses for the card. I also tried pulling cards other than GPU and VisionRGB, resetting BIOS, …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

At what approximate time intervals do you get stutter ? Also, you might try running something like vsynctester.com (it's good at detecting missed frame to the video card framebuffer) for a few minutes to see if you get any stutter at any intervals, possibly with and without the E1S installed, just …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Hey guys I have a VisionRGB E1S stutter issue. I'm using it with OBS and am running the latest Datapath driver. I've noticed with OBS preview of the capture device at DVI 1080p 60fps there is a periodic stutter. It records the stutter too. VCS on the other hand is stutter free. So I tried OBS window …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

darry wrote on 2020-09-25, 01:03: That depends on if the PC-X 133 to PCI Express bridge on the card is PCI Express 2.0 capable or not . PCI-X 133 64-bit --> 1.06 GB/s PCI Express 1.0/1.1 x4 --> 1.000 GB/s No the card/bridge is PCIe 1.1. I meant it's unfortunate it isn't PCIe 2.0.

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Hey guys. I put the VisionRGB E1S into a PCIe x1 slot. The x1 slots are open-ended on my motherboard and it was the easiest way to go. This appears to be more than adequate bandwidth up to 1024x768. So there is some flexibility there for a lot of retro capturing. HWInfo says the E1s is a bridged PCI …

Re: S3 Savage 4 Questions

I think most DVI cards of that timeframe have a resolution limit of 1280x1024 / 1600x1024. If you connect it to a DVI monitor that uses a resolution beyond that you might have problems getting any output. It will probably have compatibility quirks with monitors nearing its resolution limit. If it …

Re: Is anyone excited for the Nvidia 3000 series cards

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"NVIDIA Hints At RTX 3080 Graphics Card With 20GB Memory" https://wccftech.com/nvidia-hints-at-rtx-3080-graphics-card-with-20gb-memory/ I would never have guessed that NV would have screwed up the release of the 3080 like they did with the 2080 (RMAs and all), but it appears they did. It's just …

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