SSBB 480P PAL VGA Cable, anyone got it working?

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  1. dannneman
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    Newcomer dannneman Newbie

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    Has anyone got SSBB 480p working on a PAL machine using the VDIGI VGA Cable?

    I can start the game with 480P but you can see that the game itself switches the resolution to 480i when you turn it on. And the VGA cable can't handle that 480i and it looks extremely washed out.

    I've seen others say that they can play in 480P with their PAL machine but I'm starting to wonder if maybe they are fooled by the game (as I said above, the game switches automatically to 480i when you turn it on). If they use component cables and a HDTV, you might not be able to see that you are in fact playing in interlaced (480i).
     
  2. Timbaman

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    I ran into the same problem, got component cables, my Wii settings are 480p.
    When I start the game my Wii automatically switches to 480i.
    Was wondering if there is a solution to this.
     
  3. Monkey01

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    Haven't tried it myself, but the deflicker option gave some problems with some display settings as well, have you tried turning that one off? (Second one in options, the D thing)
     
  4. Alfangus

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    The Deflicker option isn't relative to this, since you need to have it off if you want to play 480i on PAL anyway.

    I have the same problem too, with official Nintendo component cables. Are you guys using the DVD5 version? I am, and maybe its just that the support for 480p isn't properly contained on the DVD5 dump, so it automatically reverts.
     

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