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vampire:accelerator_digital_video_audio [2020/06/06 09:49]
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         * 1600×900: ≤40Hz         * 1600×900: ≤40Hz
         * 1920×1080: ≤28Hz         * 1920×1080: ≤28Hz
-  * The Vampire outputs screen modes without any upscaling. ​ It applies pixel doubling to low-resolution modes to increase them to a resolution allowed by Digital Video. ​ This also ensures the correct aspect ratio.+  * The Vampire outputs screen modes without any upscaling. ​ It applies pixel doubling to low-resolution modes, as appropriate, ​to increase them to a resolution allowed by Digital Video. ​ This also ensures the correct aspect ratio.
   * For the best experience, you should use a monitor or TV that **natively** supports all the resolutions and refresh rates that you will use.  Monitors or TVs that support "​variable refresh rate" or "​adaptive sync" usually work best.   * For the best experience, you should use a monitor or TV that **natively** supports all the resolutions and refresh rates that you will use.  Monitors or TVs that support "​variable refresh rate" or "​adaptive sync" usually work best.
   * If you are stuck with a monitor or TV that does not (adequately) support the resolutions and refresh rates that you will use, you can connect an "**HD video converter**"​ to adjust the signal from the Vampire as desired. For example, you can easily find converters that upscale the video signal to exactly 1920x1080@60Hz. ​ (Some purchase options: [[https://​www.amazon.com/​VCANDO-Converter-Adapter-Switch-Scaler/​dp/​B01N06Q9WH|1]],​ [[https://​www.amazon.com/​TNP-Converter-Adapter-Upscaler-Connector/​dp/​B0177DG71S|2]],​ [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Flylink-Converter-Upscaler-Coaxial-Consoles/​dp/​B00W9DJMNC|3]],​ [[https://​www.ebay.com/​itm/​383185055198|4]])   * If you are stuck with a monitor or TV that does not (adequately) support the resolutions and refresh rates that you will use, you can connect an "**HD video converter**"​ to adjust the signal from the Vampire as desired. For example, you can easily find converters that upscale the video signal to exactly 1920x1080@60Hz. ​ (Some purchase options: [[https://​www.amazon.com/​VCANDO-Converter-Adapter-Switch-Scaler/​dp/​B01N06Q9WH|1]],​ [[https://​www.amazon.com/​TNP-Converter-Adapter-Upscaler-Connector/​dp/​B0177DG71S|2]],​ [[https://​www.amazon.co.uk/​Flylink-Converter-Upscaler-Coaxial-Consoles/​dp/​B00W9DJMNC|3]],​ [[https://​www.ebay.com/​itm/​383185055198|4]])
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