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Old 26 May 2019, 22:09   #21
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Unfortunately, I have another problem. Other programs using Overlay / PiP display the image incorrectly. The colors are false. Changing the depth of the screen 16/24/32 does not help. This situation is under WinXP.

With CyberPiPView could also be a problem Datatypes, I have no problem indeed I found that CyberPiPView is a great and fast viewer RTG of images of any size or format.

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Old 27 May 2019, 04:03   #22
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Do you have the same problem with the hardfile I set for you? you used my setting on WinUAE?
Yes, I use Your files and I have the same problem.

With CyberPiPView or Action (MOV/AVI player from OS 3.9) there is the same problem. Under WinXP the colors are displayed incorrectly. Under Win7 there is no picture, a black window.
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Old 27 May 2019, 05:43   #23
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D3D9 or 11 makes no difference with PIP behavior, PIP is pure software implementation. It sounds more like incompatible/old software/Picasso96 or library versions.
AMIGASYSTEM sent me his OS 3.1. Everything works fine on his computer. At my place under Win7 there is a black window. The good news is that GS is working properly under WinXP.
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Old 27 May 2019, 08:39   #24
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CyberPiPView works well even without rtgPIP.library so yours can be a problem that does not depend on rtgPIP.library.
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Old 27 May 2019, 18:40   #25
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Do you have RTG panel "Match host and rtg color depth if possible" ticked? Untick it. Set also Display panel color depth to 32 (if it is 16).

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Set also Display panel color depth to 32 (if it is 16).

Thank you again for your help. Until now in Display settings, the Native type was set to 16 bit. I had no idea it would be important for Overlay in RTG. Now I have set there 32 and, for example, CyberPiPView displays images well. In this case, I'm talking about WinXP. In Win7, Overlay windows are still black. But I'm happy that everything works correctly on XP, because I use it most often. Maybe I will try to change something else in the WinUAE settings under Win7. But now I think that the topic can be closed. Again, thank you all for your help. Greetings.
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If i had used my WinUAE config that I sent you, you would have solved it right away, check well that it must also go well with Win7
With CyberPiPView the problem not the Display settings, CyberPiPView also works well at 16Bit
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In any case, even with 32Bit CyberPiPView does not show colors well, look at the difference with MysticView, LoView and Multiview, see screenshot.

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If i had used my WinUAE config that I sent you, you would have solved it right away.
Well. I will still do something. I will use your configuration again.
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Old 28 May 2019, 08:59   #30
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RTG Amiga side bit depth is not the problem, problem is host side graphics mode which needs to be 32-bit.

16-bit support was partially gone since Windows Vista and later it disappeared almost completely.
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In any case, even with 32Bit CyberPiPView does not show colors well, look at the difference with MysticView, LoView and Multiview, see screenshot.
But in my case, the colors were completely wrong.
http://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p=...7&postcount=15

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RTG Amiga side bit depth is not the problem, problem is host side graphics mode which needs to be 32-bit.

16-bit support was partially gone since Windows Vista and later it disappeared almost completely.
According to your instructions, I have set the depth to 32 and now it is good.

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But in my case, the colors were completely wrong.
http://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p=...7&postcount=15
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But in my opinion the PiP system has nothing to do with your colors, the problem is in your OS.
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...the problem is in your OS.
This made me think, because the same version of Win7 I have installed on both my computers. I do not know what is going on anymore. But ... I've launched WinUAE in WinXP compatibility mode and everything works great. Thank you for the suggestions.
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