Pixel Perfect

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This gallery shows examples of how great retro games can look if they are recorded correctly.
For an explanation about the setup check the main page.

XRGB-mini Framemeister

SNES/N64 › Micomsoft Framemeister › Micomsoft SC-500N1

This set of screenshots was recorded from a Super Famicom (1CHIP-02 model) and RGB modded NTSC N64 that are connected with SCART cables (made by Kurzschluss_480Volt) to the Micomsoft Framemeister with a passive SCART adapter. The HDMI output was recorded in 720p with the Micomsoft SC-500N1 capture card as an avi file with Lagarith compression. The screenshots were then saved with MPC-HC (madVR renderer) and cropped in Photoshop.


Saturn › Micomsoft Framemeister › Micomsoft SC-500N1

This set of screenshots was recorded from a Sega Saturn (V·Saturn Model 2) that is connected with a SCART cable (made by retro_console_accessories) to the Micomsoft Framemeister with a passive SCART adapter. The HDMI output was recorded in 720p with the Micomsoft SC-500N1 capture card as an avi file with Lagarith compression. The screenshots were then saved with MPC-HC (madVR renderer) and cropped in Photoshop.


SNES › Micomsoft Framemeister › Elgato Game Capture HD

This set of screenshots was recorded from a Super Famicom (1CHIP-02 model) that is connected with a SCART cable (made by Kurzschluss_480Volt) to the Micomsoft Framemeister with a passive SCART adapter. The HDMI output was recorded in 720p with the Elgato Game Capture HD capture device as an mp4 file. The screenshots were then saved with MPC-HC (madVR renderer) and cropped in Photoshop.


GCN › Micomsoft Framemeister › Elgato Game Capture HD

The next set of screenshots was recorded from a PAL Gamecube with Game Boy Player (forced to 240p with swiss) that is connected with SCART cables (made by Kurzschluss_480Volt) to the Micomsoft Framemeister with a passive SCART adapter. The HDMI output was recorded in 720p with the Elgato Game Capture HD capture device as an mp4 file. The screenshots were then saved with MPC-HC (madVR renderer) and cropped in Photoshop.