hello, i want to set up a new system for use with a 15kHz CRT (conntected with VGA to RBG-SCART Cable* … *same as i still use for a groovyarcade setup)
i want to use linux (… starting with MME4CRT RetroArch CRTSwitchRes Operating system Live ISO)
here are some questions…
-do i stricly need a ati/amd card for native 240p/480i output (and perhaps i want to try the super-resolutions features too) or can i buy a pc with intel graphics as well? does it matter on linux anyway which graphic card i use?
-is there an up to date Tuturial for setting up Retroarch and to prepare the important cores with the correct settings (like border, aspect ratio, refresh rates and stuff) - i am mainly interested in ATARI 2600, NES, SNES, SMS, Genesis, Sega CD, 32X, Playstation 1, PCE and for some Arcade gaming (FBNeo)?
-can i disable vsync - without tearing, stuttering on a crt (just as groovymame did) ?
I am really excited about the whole CRTswitchres thing and i hopes i get it runnig at least for some cores .
hopefully somebody can tell me some informations about that holy grail of retrogaming, so i can startup with this cool project