I need someone with a PAL Wii

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  1. JoostinOnline
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    Edit: Thanks for the help guys. I've got everything I need.
     
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    efbheight 480
    fbwidght 640
    vixorigin 40
    viyorigin 16
    xfbheight 448
     
  3. JoostinOnline
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    You have a PAL Wii?

    Edit: Please try this one instead. Thanks.
    http://www.mediafire.com/?ysdf4sjhxzcdex9
     
  4. LinkFan16

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    I have a black PAL Wii, 4.3E (don't know if this info is usefull to you but posting it anyway) and these are my values (testet with the newest dol):

    viWidth - 640
    viHeight - 448
    efbHeight - 448
    fbWidth - 640
    viXOrigin - 40
    viYOrigin - 16
    xfbHeight - 448
     
  5. FIX94

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    ???
    My PAL Wii reports that (component cables 480p):

    viWidth 640
    viHeight 416
    efbHeight 448
    fbWith 640
    viXOrigin 40
    viYOrigin 16
    xfbHeight 448
     
  6. Cyan

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    viWidth 640
    viHeight 416
    efbHeight 448
    fbWidth 640
    viXorigin 40
    viYorigin 16
    xfbHeight 448

    Component 16:9 480p
    Hope it helps [​IMG]

    PS:
    My TV has a very large safe area [​IMG]
    I'm loosing a lot of pixels on homebrews (and certainly games) all around the edge of the screen. everything above that red line is not visible on my TV.



    PAL wii, info in my sign.

    (I'm lazy, I would have liked USBgecko logs to copy/paste hehe)
     
  7. keyra

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    same as cyan
    pal wii with component, hadn't have the time to test your second file but result should be the same as him
     
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    These values are hardcoded in libogc for each video mode, why not just explain why you need them?
     
  9. JoostinOnline
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    Thanks guys, this was very helpful.

    Top secret government ninja CIA stuff. Can't talk about it.
     
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    Probably would help if someone actually ran it in PAL mode (576i) then, which nobody has so far.
     
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    That explains it. I was very confused.

    I know we haven't exactly gotten along in the past, but I'd like to thank you for that.
     
  12. keyra

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    576i

    viwight : 640
    viheight : 528
    efbheight : 528
    efbwight : 640
    vixorigin : 40
    viyorigin : 23
    xfbheight : 528
     
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    Thanks. Is that on widescreen or fullscreen?
     
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    50Hz (576i) 4:3
    50Hz (576i) 16:9
    60hz (480i) 4:3
    60hz (480i) 16:9
    EDTV/HDTV (480p) 4:3
    EDTV/HDTV (480p) 16:9

    4:3 and 16:9 always share the same values
     
  15. Jacobeian

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    Are you sure about your last values (in 480p) ?

    You shouldn't have viHeight != xfbHeight and also normally you have viHeight + 2*viYOrigin = MAX_HEIGHT (480 or 574)

    viHeight should be 448, just like other 60hz modes; This value is the recommended value for NTSC/PAL60 overscan

    Sure, those values can be changed using VIDEO_Configure in libogc but if you are manually reconfiguring them, I don't see the point of asking for displayed values, and if you need default values, better have a look in libogc sourcecode (it's in video_types.h and video.c I think)
     
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    I have searched for a long time, but never could find them. If you find them, please tell me where.
     
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    yes, I'm sure about the values, I checked them twice, and it's the same as the previous user's reports on their 480p.
     
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    http://devkitpro.svn.sourceforge.net/viewv...amp;view=markup

    Modes are defined at the very beginning of this file as GRXModeObj structures.

    Default modes, as returned by VIDEO_GetPreferredMode (same file), depends on System Menu settings:

    PAL (574i): TVPal528IntDf
    PAL60 (480i): TVEurgb60Hz480IntDf
    MPAL (480i): TVMpal480IntDf
    NTSC (480i): TVNtsc480IntDf
    Progressive (480p): TVNtsc480Prog (only when component cable is detected)

    Since the values people get are not default values, I guess video mode was indeed reconfigured for some odd reason (using VIDEO_Configure) or there is something wrong with the code reading and displaying those values.

    Anyway, viHeight returned value in progressive mode is not valid and I'm not sure how video hardware would react to this, it probably ignores user setting in this case and uses same value as xfbHeight instead (which is recommended setting)

    If you had given the source code (or better, the goal) of this dol, I'm sure this could be more helpful
     
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    Thanks.