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Old 27 April 2017, 17:37   #10
Foebane
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Originally Posted by mark_k View Post
You could try using the "Low Latency VS, 50/60Hz" option in WinUAE display settings. With that, WinUAE will hopefully switch the PC video mode between 50Hz and 60Hz depending on the Amiga mode. But there could be issues there: your monitor blanking for a short while, the Windows desktop flashing, sound glitches as the mode changes.
Just tried it: yes, my monitor did blank out between PAL/NTSC switches, and whether or not there were sound glitches or not, I couldn't hear, because I use the HD audio driver so the audio goes out through HDMI and is output to a headphone socket on the monitor. But when I did hear the music, it was fine again.
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