On Tue, 14 Jan 2020 01:16:14 +0100, Peter Graf via Ql-Users wrote: > Many thanks for taking a highres picture. It is nice to get the screen > filled, still single pixels can not be distinguished in every area. The > picture is significantly clearer on my 1024x768 monitor using the "black > bar" CPLD workaround. Hard to tell what I'd actually prefer, unless I try.
In fact, I found out today that by increasing the sample rate to 1260 (from the 1200 I used so far) on the OSSC, I could get it to output a 1024x512 (without scan doubling) or 2048x1024 (with it) resolution in the 480p HDMI signal format... and the good news is that the monitor accepts it ! Here are the new high resolution pictures I took: http://qdos.free.fr/images/Q60-1024x512.dng http://qdos.free.fr/images/Q60-2048x1024.dng They are almost pixel-perfect. For a comparison between the OSSC+LCD solution with a CRT 17" monitor, here are a couple more pictures (at a lower resolution so that you can compare them side by side): http://qdos.free.fr/images/OSSC-Q60.png http://qdos.free.fr/images/CRT-Q60.png As you can see, the OSSC and LCD monitor perform quite well... > I have been generating 1024x768 @ 60 Hz DVI/HDMI directly from $5 FPGA > with only moderate overclocking, maybe that leads to a better Q60 > solution one day. Very interesting, since the best solution would indeed be to gain a standard resolution output on the Q60. > At the moment I still struggle with manual BGA soldering. I never tried that myself... There are a few interesting videos on Youtube about it, in particular this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8EWqWj2srg Thierry. _______________________________________________ QL-Users Mailing List