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NTSC Games on PAL ps2/tv
NTSC Games on PAL ps2/tv –
I've got a crystal chip and Im trying to play NTSC games on a PAL ps2 and old PAL tv (which doesn't support 60hz or ntsc) - it just flickers. i can see the picture, but obviously can't play it.
i've had a look around in the boot manager, and forced PAL for color settings, but doesn't help the flicker. if theres any tips or tricks anyone knows of.. i'd really appreciate it if you could post in here smile.gif
AND is there anyway to put the modchip into stealth mode WHILE playing a backup game? i only know how to turn it off completely, but not into stealth mode.
You cannot make the chip stealth while it's in use...
Stealth mode is turning is off basically... From what I understand.
Did you mess around with boot manager? I thought there was a force PAL or force NTSC option in there somewhere. Check it out again. If you did that and it did not work then obviously the Crystal Team need to fix their code to make it work.
Isn`t there any way to force pal signals through hardwiring? I have a pal ps2 v3, ripper 2 gold. This ps2 shows only green screen while playing ntsc games with rgb cable.
There must be some hardwiring to make it force pal?
There's a green screen fix.
in the boot manager you have a vsync to set to 50hz (for PAL) and 60hz for ntsc.... this should fix your problem.... for the "stealth" you cannot for now but wait until friday to see the new feature
What about the color point fixes? Ie finding the color point and strapping it to ground for Pal and 3.3V for NTSC - no one ever refers to these.
What would only fix the colour, not the flickering picture.
Originally Posted by cubistproject
This is why Matrix Infinity and Crystal Chip have an advantage over normal chips.
so what do i have to configure with crystal and bm1.6 to get color and flicker fixed for ntsc games on pal tv when booting from hdl?
all settings i found dont seem to work (with hdl).
and when using the discs they dont boot when using the x and y offset settings (though they seem to work with color and flicker fixing)