> On 2017-09-02, at 04:10, Mia Magnusson <email@example.com> wrote: > > It would be interesting to see what you get with a test generator > compared with a C64. My experience is that composite video is good > on C64 but S-video is about two dot clock cycles off, with chroma > coming later than luma. Maybe put it on the scope rather than digital TV and tell us if it's the same there. >>> Could it maybe be that the professional displays compensate for >>> timing issues (by looking at the timing of the color burst v.s. the >>> sync pulses)? >> >> No, the exact opposite is more true. They show things "as they are". >> That's the one of the main reasons for using them in studios in the >> first place. > > I would had assumed that they had two modes, "technician" and > "producer/audience", where "technician" would show all errors but > "producer/audience" try to show a good picture. (Of course the modes > would have other names). Those modes are selected with "scan", "pulse", "blue", .. buttons ;-) Those are used to show more than the audience is supposed to see. But they do not compensate for errors, they are used to spot errors and correct them. -- SD! - http://e4aws.silverdr.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-09-02 12:02:41
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