Thats great news, case closed then!It is not problem with new TVs here in EUROPE.
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I was looking at the AD725 doc and realized that for PAL it requires around 18Mhz. Doubling that, as required by the software, would give ~36Mhz! I didnt' try it, but I seriously doubt the mega644 will work at that speed.
CompMan wrote:What are you trying to say?antibyte wrote:Some time ago i did run an atmega at 40 MHz generating white noise to a speaker
It did run, but i doubt also you get reliable results in any case.
Thank you for the effort you've put into this cool project! I am waiting for my devkit to start writing code for AVR, so you can refer to me as a beginner. However, I have a question on this. The AD725 is an RGB to Composite or SVideo converter chip, right? So, why can't you just skip this chip and hook the RGB+sync directly to your tv? Is it another kind of RGB?uze6666 wrote:So the only other alternative would be to develop something for the RGB SCART like everblue said. I saw a project on net the other day doing just that. This will however require a rewrite of most sync and rendering code, not for the feint of heart .
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