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V4 PS2 + Messiah2 + PS1 games=>Interlaced!
V4 PS2 + Messiah2 + PS1 games=>Interlaced! –
well, my PS2's actually a japanese one, however, I feel the Japanese board is read quite infrequently. Thus, I'm crossposting here, sorry.
So, I still have this strange problem with my Messiah2 (243, V1.08) in my PS2... When I boot it up in PS1 mode, the line order is always interlaced (i.e. 480i lines, with line-doubling, instead of 240p lines), which looks like poop. In addition, the subcarrier's dotcrawl is not being adjusted for interlaced display, resulting in really ugly vertical stripes on screen. How can I get rid of this? I'd like my PS2 to display PS1 games as usual, not with some interlaced stuff output. The pixels look so fat this way, it's not pleasant.
you need to do the colour fix for the jap unit i dont work with jap machines but if its just a standard v4 the diagram is below you need to connect to 3.45v.
That's interesting. I thought that would only affect the type of color encoding (which does not touch me since I'm using an RGB cable...)
Well, I'll try it out anyway. Thanks!
OK, I've done the fix. It helped with the crawl, but the video output is still 30Hz interlaced instead of 60Hz progressive... Note that progressive output still works fine with PS2 titles.