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Old 16 June 2017, 22:40   #8
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My observation has nothing to do with the Apollo core. It's just a fact of LCD screens.
Sure, newer ones will reduce that greatly, especially if you support black frame insertion on 100Hz+ displays, but not everyone has one of those, so mileage may vary depending on your display.
There's also the matter of certain displays trying to interpolate the image when it's moving.

For most people, LCD displays will introduce ghosting and artifaction. Nothing to do about that except changing the display.
Now going through a converter again back to analog seems a bit silly, if one wants to display in an oldschool monitor. But then again since the Vampire is gearing towards becoming standalone, it "makes sense" in that view that more and more you detach from the host computer.
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