What does a Framemeister do?
It has been stated that the Framemeister adds 1 frame or 20 milliseconds of lag compared to the unprocessed output (i.e. being connected to a CRT). TVs upscale and process all video to its native resolution before displaying it, so in this regard the Framemesiter is superior to just about any TV.
What is retro RGB?
Welcome to RetroRGB, the site dedicated to keeping everyone up-to-date with everything the retro-gaming world has to offer! Beginners are encouraged to check out the RGB Guide, anyone looking for console mods or technical info should go right to the Console Info & Mods section for guides, upgrade reviews and lots more!
Is SCART a RGB?
The signals carried by SCART include both composite and RGB (with composite synchronisation) video, stereo audio input/output and digital signalling.
How do you hook up multiple retro consoles?
If your TV has enough inputs for all the consoles you want to hook up, the easiest method is to just plug each console into its own HDMI input. From here, you can select the source input on your TV, usually either by using the remote or your TV’s buttons.
Is component and RGB the same?
RGB is an analog Video Component. YPbPr is an analog component but its digital component is also available and called YCbCr.
How do I connect two gaming systems to one TV?
What is the xrgb-Mini and how does it work?
The XRGB-Mini promised to unite those two modes into one, new, easy-to-use engine. When first connected to a TV set, the Framemeister is set to a rather compatible 480p output. Using the on-screen menu, the resolution for the HDMI output can easily be set to 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
What resolution does the framemeister output?
When first connected to a TV set, the Framemeister is set to a rather compatible 480p output. Using the on-screen menu, the resolution for the HDMI output can easily be set to 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
What is the difference between xrgb-3 B0 and B1?
The XRGB-3 offered two completely different processing modes. One with razor-sharp scaling up to WUXGA but without scanline emulation (B0) and a linedoubling mode with 480p output only, but with the option to display scanlines (B1). While B0 was compatible with most sources, B1 was troublesome with many sources.
Why won’t the controls work on my framemeister?
If you’re running a system which delivers bitstream audio (DD5.1 or DTS), the controls won’t work. From the number of processing modes, the new Marvell QDEO Kyoto G2 processor inside the Framemeister seemed a bit complicated, but most of the processing modes available turned out to be same with just minor differences in color saturation.