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Old 15 August 2011, 22:15   #13
mark_k
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Originally Posted by Cooljerk View Post
CD32 -> S-video -> RGB -> S-video -> TV
That probably wouldn't work; the RGB signal would be 50Hz, so the new S-video signal would be NTSC 50Hz (assuming you set the RGB-to-S-video converter to output NTSC), which would show as a stretched image on your TV.

I'd recommend you look into changing your TV picture vertical size though. You could then use that converter chain and get a decent picture. Using a real standards converter does degrade the image noticeably, e.g. smooth scrolling becomes juddery when output from the converter.
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