Originally Posted by Cammy
It seems a lot like you guys are trying to reinvent CDXL to do the same thing it already does, but making it more limited.
All we really need is a newer CDXL player.
Don't know about other people, but for me it goes something like
how fast can you read in and display raw uncompressed HAM6/EHB images with agnus and CF-IDE in frames per second and go from there.
Depends what the fringe colours are...if it's bright blue or red next to black then you will notice it...like colour snow on a dodgy RF signal but worse
Youtube destroys resolution detail but at the expensive of keeping the colourpsace conversion higher...bit like WMV but a lot worse