Subject: What does Update All But Keep Linux Nice do?
Subject: For Aussies and Kiwis, this cheap Kmart 4 port USB hub works on Mister FPGA (DE10) if you have an OTG micro cable too. You can add external power to the hub, but I don't need it with keyboard and TP-Link AC600 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Subject: My (updated) settings to replicate the look of my PVM-1953MD
New settings are necessary with the advent of the new video processing system. I think that this new attempt is much closer to replicating the look.
Comparison photos here
Video Processing Settings
Horz filter: Hi Res Core Filters/HiRes_Gaussian_Sharp_02
Vert filter: Scanlines - Brighter/125pct Brightness/Scan_Br_125_45
Scan filter: Same as vert
Gamma correction: Pure_Gamma/gamma_125
Shadow Mask: 1x Magenta-Green Stripes
Original aspect ratio
Subject: HORI is looking for feedback regarding specialized retro arcade controller (other variants in the message below)
Subject: MiSTer made me realise that I can't play without savestates
I've been emulating for many years and I rely on savestates to get me around some of those less than ideal retro game issues. Cheap deaths, 1 hit kills, no checkpoints, limited lives.
I give the MiSTer a try and I'm enjoying it, it's a fun device to play with. But then it takes falling into one off-screen spike pit which then returns me to the start of the level to remind me just how much I miss savestates!
As an adult I don't have as much time to deal without old school game design any more
How do you find playing without savestates in cores that don't support them. Do you miss them? Have you changed the way you play games to go without?
Subject: New MiSTer FPGA Computer Core : Tatung Einstein TC01
Subject: FPGAzumSpass on Twitter: SPU is about 60% complete now.
Subject: Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix / Pocket Fighter - the "OTHER" Street Fighter game; on the Jotego cores
Subject: MiSTer FPGA DE 10 - Sharp X68000 Core Setup Guide and "Review"! A Japanese Computer Masterpiece!
Subject: MiSTer HDMI (Direct Video) to Composite Solutions without dot crawl?
Are there any viable solutions for getting Composite video out of the HDMI port in direct video mode that eliminate the dot crawl found on the typical adapters like Antonio Villena's?
In case the PSX and Saturn cores require two SDRAMs, I'd like to know what my options are without the analog board for getting Composite.
I would buy one of the linuxbot3000 converters on ebay, but out of stock, and I'm not even sure if that'd get rid of the composite dot crawl.
Subject: FPGAzumSpass on Twitter: SPU complete
Subject: VGA to component cables work on Misterfpga IO board to CRT?
Hello, might be a bit of a noob question, but do VGA to component cables work for hooking up your MisterFpga analogue IO board to a component CRT tv? I have seen some mixed information saying that you may need a transcoder box as VGA cables don't convert signals to RGB.
This is the cord I bought off amazon:
I am unsure if this cord will work for me or what the intended cable setup for running off the analogue IO board to CRT is supposed to be. Any feedback is appreciated!
Subject: Zero Wing by Toaplan Work in Progress (Beta) Arcade Core Release
Subject: Latest PSX MiSTer core has single RAM sound (no CD audio)
Subject: Feasibility question
Those Chinese RGB display panels have caught my eye again and it seems the prices have dropped quite a bit in the past decade making a 320x240 or even bigger array semi-afordable. How much effort or would it even be possible to implement a display driver for one of these using the GPIO on mister?
Subject: MiSTer FPGA Sega Saturn Core Update
Subject: MisterFPGA VGA to component CRT, colors are off.
Subject: What's your video processing settings for the mister?
Subject: Did Mr Fusion fry my DE10 Nano's HDMI?
Having not used my MiSTer in a while I decided to start from scratch with the latest Mr Fusion image. It booted up, displayed the splash screen for a couple minutes and then rebooted. After rebooting there was no output from the HDMI port. I tried re-flashing the image to the SD card and this time I didn't even get the splash screen. Could it have bricked my Nano somehow? I didn't think code running from an SD card could flash the board itself.
Subject: Are there any alternatives to the DE-10 for fpga gaming?