Originally posted by yuc02@Mar 9, 2003 @ 10:57 AM
Has anyone hooked up the Saturn to a PC monitor using one of those AV-VGA boxes? If a SVHS cable is used, how good is is picture quality/framerate?
Originally posted by vbt@Mar 9, 2003 @ 08:52 PM
It's not excactly the same but I would like to take some pic of saturn games using my PC. I thought about pluging a video cassette recorder on my PC TV Rave. Then I could take some pic easily. Do you think it could work ?
A long time ago I tried to plug an old VCR and I was able to use it by defining a TV channel. Now I can't do the same with my latest VCR, is there something special to do instead of definig a channel ?
PS : maybe I need to make a new topic.
Originally posted by yuc02@Mar 9, 2003 @ 07:11 PM
What I mean is that if I use Cheese box SVHS, is image quality considerably worse than composite image on TV? And if I use XRGB-2, whether the image quality is better than RGB on TV?
Originally posted by Taelon@Mar 11, 2003 @ 02:32 PM
WheeI have one of these Commodore monitors myself, and the picture is godly even with an S-video connection (I don't bother with RGB).
That said, I think he's going about it the right way - Saturn S-Video cables have all of the pins on the Saturn-side plug (the standard composite cable does not, actually), so by resoldering wires I suppose he should be able to get the RGB signal off his Saturn and into the monitor...