Thanks for the feedback. I don't have monitors in a number of the resolutions offered, nor an O2 to test with.rooprob wrote:On the subject of the O2 display. I found that whilst 1600x1200 and 1680x1050 do render, something isn't quite right.
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Total lines per frame: 1089
Total pixels per line: 2160
Active lines per frame: 1050
Active pixels per line: 1680
Frames per second: 60
Fields per frame: 1
Swaps per frame: 1
Pixel clock: 141.134 MHz, period = 7.08544 nsec
Hardware pixel rounding: every 1 pixels
Length: 2160 Pixels, 1 Lines, 15.3046 usec; (line 0)
Frequency: 65.34 KHz, period = 15.3046 usec
Horizontal Sync: 176 Pixels, 1.24704 usec; (line 36)
Horizontal Back Porch: 200 Pixels, 1.41709 usec; (line 36)
Horizontal Active: 1680 Pixels, 11.9035 usec; (line 36)
Horizontal Front Porch: 104 Pixels, 736.886 nsec; (line 36)
Field Duration: 2.35224e+06 Pixels, 1089 Lines, 16.6667 msec; (line 0)
Vertical Sync: 15120 Pixels, 7 Lines, 107.132 usec; (line 0)
Vertical Sync Pulse: 15296 Pixels, 7.08148 Lines, 108.379 usec; (line 0)
Vertical Back Porch: 62640 Pixels, 29 Lines, 443.832 usec; (line 7)
Vertical Active: 2.268e+06 Pixels, 1050 Lines, 16.0698 msec; (line 36)
Vertical Front Porch: 6480 Pixels, 3 Lines, 45.9137 usec; (line 1086)
recondas wrote:Attached are a couple dual-channel 2@ vfo files (with reduced blanking) for DCD-equipped VPro boards.
This one is 2@1280x1024 because I happen to have two 1280x1024 LCD monitors for testing (two SGI F180s - which have worked flawlessly with the format since I created it this morning).
And this one is 2@1920x1080_60rb because there have been some previous requests for a dual-channel 1920x1080 VPro format. I don't have any 1920x1080 capable monitors, so it hasn't had a trial run yet. If you try it some feedback would be appreciated.
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