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OK, so we have 2 options at least:
2- to take care of #80
I suffer that ultra green image in my monitors(crt/lcd) when using components only to vga so i m ready to split sync-green.
CRT is a sony SOG monitor, PS2, PSP and PS3 cause the same green effect.
I think is possible to turn off that sync pulse from registry...
Maybe we could start with a PS2 to test those things.
Green means that you connected component signal to RGB input. Select SCART output in PS3 and choose only SD mode(480p or 576p), and output will be in RGB with SOG. LCD will take it without a hitch.
Originally Posted by Player1
You can do the same in PS2, go to System configuration and change output to RGB, after restart it will be ok.
PS2 is quite special since it can output VESA (it's a PC standard) with SOG and it will output high resolutions like 1280x1024 with no tri-level sync. It can output also like PS3 with only 720p and 1080i/p resolutions.
Your CRT should work with 720p from PS3 with good colors. The LCD have problems with tri-level, result: purple image.
LM1881 can't separate tri-level sync which is used in HD modes.
LM1881 - Video Sync Separator
As you can see, there are other chips listed LMH1980, LMH1981 which support tri-level sync. It's what we need.
But let's assume that we have those H and V syncs straight from the chip, we would only need to clean the green signal.
This CSYNC pin (80) comes from RSX and it may be possible to just ground it to remove the sync from green signal. I think that's on your mind?
This whole chip might be that simple, considering that it does need seperate CSYNC input, and can't get it from H V sync alone.
If I'm wrong then maybe amplifying the green signal is the way to go.
So let's take that PS2 and add some wires. I will try to do it on the weekend.
Last edited by szlifier; 05-17-2011 at 05:51 PM.
Thanks for refresh my memory...is all i m using about this and no time to experiments.
So, yes, if CSync get in thru 80 so its matter of looking at the diagrams and see if grounding/cutting a via we can let it out. Or using a switch just in case.
Do you have allready a circuit to separate tri-level ??
Ill go for that IC soon.
About PS2, i remember i tried those options, but i only could see navigator in color and too expanded in crt 4:3.
When game start, or black screen or green color.
I dont remember all exactly now,but it was with a component to vga simple connector.
Ok, i think its time to return to this things, so... ill do my best.
EDIT: FIXED RGB INPUT IN MY CRT, nice image 480p. Thanks.
Last edited by Player1; 05-19-2011 at 09:45 PM.
Just wanted to inform that 60Hz 480i is working here as well thanks to previous information in this thread.
First of all I am currently on Kmeaw 3.55 CFW on a PS3 Phat EU 40GB, for this test I used a regular old PS1/2 AV Cable just so I could produce 60Hz 480i
- Opened up multiman's filemanager located xRegistry.sys at /dev_flash2/etc/ copied it to my usbdrive
- Connected the usbdrive to my pc and opened up xRegistry.sys with the v0.75 Editor by stoker25, I made a backup of the original file before editing anything.
- Started modifying settings according to following settings provided by mr_ppp:
- Saved the file and then connected my usbdrive to the ps3 again, open up multiman and the built-in filemanager once again and browse to /dev_flash2/etc/ this time I deleted xRegistry.sys before copying it back, don't know if it's really needed but it worked for me.
- Reboot PS3 and you will most probably not get any picture, turn it off again and then press and hold powerbutton until it beeps and now you should have sweet picture.
On games that are downloaded from EU-PSN it will force back to 576i while that game is running and then switch back to 480i. On PSN games that are from the US store it will stay 480i so this is probably just a matter of editing out 576i/p in PARAM.SFO on all EU/PAL pkg's & games that are affected by this problem.
Emulators didnt switch back to 576i so no problem there.
Did this late last night so I have not been able to confirm if 480p is working or not but I do have both HDMI and Component to test with so hopefully I will get some results tonight.
Did tests with component & hdmi and 480p does work but with the same problems as before with downloaded EU-PSN games swapping back to 576.
Last edited by pepcid; 07-07-2011 at 03:25 PM.
Ok guys i have the solution! If you are like me and have a PAL ps3 in the united states you probably will want to connect it to an sd tv at some point. Maybe you need to connect an ntsc or asian console to a pal tv. here is the solution. get your xregistry file and change the region in the registry. you will have to change the following 4 settings to have your ps3 working in ntsc 60hz in xmb and on any game or blue ray...
/setting/system/region (change this from 0 to 1) your console now plays games in ntsc 60hz.
/setting/bddvd/dvdRegionCode (change from 2 to 1) should allow ntsc dvds
/setting/bddvd/bdRegionCode (change from 2 to 1) should allow ntsc bluerays.
/setting/display/tvSystem (change from 1 to 0) makes xmb display in ntsc 60hz 480.
this should allow you to completely convert your pal system to ntsc within minutes. the only way to tell you have a pal is by looking at the console!