Has a tendency to oversharpen (has found to cause white lines on the edges of black white high contrast patterns to increase 'edge definition') but does a few more things. Anti aliasing (averaging color levels around what it detects as edges), for once - without the tendency to smear an image (because it leans towards then artificially sharpening again ).Spend 100USD to make the picture oversharpened. Well, if that's your thing you'll be able to use it without CFW.
But it does so with lag. If you are playing in gaming mode - it does none of what you are saying - and this is just your imagination at work.my samsung SUHD ks9500 delivers awesome graphics and no jaggies.. Whether ps4 pro, xbox one x or switch..
It all depends upon your television or monitor upscalers capabilities so the mcable is basically for people having cheap ass tvs or monitors...
I know people will hate me for saying the above, but i know the truth hurts..
Dunno, it's supposed to help a little, but it's still upscaling. If you want the best quality possible, Dolphin is the way to go. Some games look like they were made for HD when played through Dolphin, like Super Mario Galaxy 1&2.Anyone ordered one of the mclassic cables? Apparently for some gamecube/wii games it makes a huge difference. I am playing a lot of those old nintendo games on my WiiU and the picture already looks great, except for the jagged aliasing on hard edges. You can count the jagged edges from across the room and it distracts from the image a lot. If the mclassic could blur even half of those edges then it'd improve the image quality a lot imo. The cable costs $170AUD and I want one, but I know that next year there will be an even better and cheaper cable, and five years from now smart TVs will come with programmable input modes that let developers make apps that do all of this on the fly in the TV itself, I mean probably. If you keep putting super powered ARM processors inside TVs then eventually people will want to use it for all kinds of niche things.
Is the cable worth buying now just to smooth out a few jagged edges. I could wait a few years for something better and cheaper, but will I even be interested in playing old games anymore by then.
Most TVs already have it built in. I'm not aware of a separate device to do it, because most people seem to hate that effect.Are there any HDMI frame-interpolating devices out there? Sony PSVR comes with a black box that turns 60 fps to 120 fps through PS4 HDMI output signal. I always wondered if there's a 3rd party device that can do the same thing for TV. It will be great to double the frame rate of 30 fps Switch games to 60 fps.
It won't be called that, it'll be called something dumb like "Crystal Motion" or something like that. Every manufacturer has their own name for it.My TV doesn't have that feature, nor my computer monitor. 60 fps is bad for movies but it's good for games and porn.