Gbscontrol is an alternative firmware for Tvia Trueview5725 based upscalers / video converter boards.
Its growing list of features includes:
- very low lag - sharp and defined upscaling, comparing well to other -expensive- units - no synchronization loss switching 240p/480i (output runs independent from input, sync to display never drops) - on demand motion adaptive deinterlacer that engages automatically and only when needed - works with almost anything: 8 bit consoles, 16/32 bit consoles, 2000s consoles, home computers, etc - little compromise, eventhough the hardware is very affordable (less than $30 typically) - lots of useful features and image enhancements - optional control interface via web browser, utilizing the ESP8266 WiFi capabilities - good color reproduction with auto gain and auto offset for the tripple 8 bit @ 160MHz ADC - optional bypass capability to, for example, transcode Component to RGB/HV in high quality
Supported standards are NTSC / PAL, the EDTV and HD formats, as well as VGA from 192p to 1600x1200 (earliest DOS, home computers, PC). Sources can be connected via RGB/HV (VGA), RGBS (game consoles, SCART) or Component Video (YUV). Various variations are supported, such as the PlayStation 2's VGA modes that run over Component cables.
Gbscontrol is a continuation of previous work by dooklink, mybook4, Ian Stedman and others.
Bob from RetroRGB did an overview video on the project. This is a highly recommended watch!
Head over to the wiki for the setup guide to learn how to build and use it!
If you like gbscontrol, you can now buy me a coffee.