Sorgelig wrote:MiSTer uses scaler for HDMI output. Due to frame rate convertion (50->60) some effects and smooth scrollers will be affected. This is the price you pay for correct video output where you can use any modern TV/Monitor with HDMI.
Sorgelig wrote:50Hz is mandatory for PAL region only.
Also converting 50Hz to 50Hz without syncing the frames (and it's impossible to do due to fixed HDMI timings) produces much worse stuttering.
ijor wrote:Are you sure? Where do you see that in the specs? Did you actually find a TV/Monitor that doesn't support HDMI at 50Hz?
ijor wrote:Yes, as I was saying, the correct dot clock is required.
Sorgelig wrote:100% sure. Neither my TV nor Monitor support 50Hz.I can test 50Hz only on my HDMI capture card.
Not only correct clock. Pixels per line, lines per frame ...
NML32 wrote:I'm not sure if this is something you could incorporate into the MiSTer C64 core?
PeFClic wrote:I'll make an order on Mouser and I could not find the BOM for the daughter boards and I don't know how to recover it from the gerber files (don't know how to use same anyway).
Sorgelig wrote:PeFClic wrote:I'll make an order on Mouser and I could not find the BOM for the daughter boards and I don't know how to recover it from the gerber files (don't know how to use same anyway).
Every board has PDF file in its folder. Most parts are pretty generic. I'm not good at board manufacturing. The most important part is SDRAM chip - so i gave it in readme with link to mouser. I have no idea about part numbers of other components. For example VGA connector can be found visually on Aliexpress - i couldn't find it on Mouser.
NegSol wrote:Also I will try my best to get the SD-RAM board completed on the weekend. Keeping my fingers cross I will not mess up the SMD soldering part for the memory chip