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Post by msnyder » Wed Feb 11, 2004 12:39 pm

Component works on my 1.4, to some degree. It's in black and white. Also I know the HOC settings can't go under 13, but isn't it true that the lower the number the further to the left the display moves? I've got a gap about 1 1/2" on the left side of my screen. The VOC is set to 5 and seems to work fine.

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Post by ShALLaX » Wed Feb 11, 2004 1:49 pm

No, consider HOC as a horizontal compression. The problem with the Focus drivers is that the positioning of the screen is fixed (i.e. theres no auto recentering). This means that HOC and VOC shrink from the top left corner, read the "known issues" part from the news post. Its good to hear component is working to a degree. What its actually doing is using the SCART signal, instead of S-Video, which hasnt been coded yet.. or at least this is my understanding (hence the black and white).
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Post by msnyder » Wed Feb 11, 2004 3:45 pm

Let me know if you want to test some other tings, new drivers, etc. I'll be happy to help, and if it screws up my install I don't care, I'll start over. No big deal...

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Post by nobspangle » Wed Feb 11, 2004 6:25 pm

the reason for the black and white is that you have a composite (full colour signal on one lead) outputing in to the Y (black and white) input of your TV. Like Shallax says, this is the only bit supported so far.
S-video is a bit like component but the Cr and Cb are cross modulated (at 90°) and sent down the same cable.
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