Last weekend, marqs released firmware v0.91 for the CPS2 Digital AV Interface. The new firmware finally has an OSD implemented and brings back the scanlines. Further features include TX mode, quad stereo output and two additional VESA resolutions (1280×1024 and 1600×1200). You can find all functions and some explanations among the OSD menu structure and the sample pictures below.Continue reading Capcom CPS2 Digital AV Interface Firmware v0.91
Last weekend, marqs has released a new firmware for the CPS2 Digital AV Interface. The new firmware enables changing the output resolution with the Volume – and + buttons. The current functions of these buttons (scanlines and vertical offset adjustment) have been removed.
When I installed the AV interface last year, I wasn’t very happy about the 8 missing lines in the default 1920×1080 resolution. I was hoping to have a 1920×1200 Line5x format one day, similar to the OSSC. This is now reality: By pressing Volume +, I can change this video output to this format.
Update (2020-10-23): A new firmware with an OSD and more settings and features has been released.Continue reading Capcom CPS2 Digital AV Interface Firmware Update
After finishing the repairs on my CPS2 in April, I had already some more additions in mind:
- The CPS2 digital AV interface which adds an HDMI port to the CPS2. It was invented by marqs, who also brought us the OSSC, and is simply speaking a small internal version of it.
- The CPS2 I/O interface with matching kick harness to remove the need for a SuperGun.
I had already ordered the digital AV interface kit from VideoGamePerfection.com in the beginning of the year and was only waiting for the I/O interface to get started. Last month, it finally arrived. Also on the picture: a home-made kick harness and a RG174 coaxial cable.Continue reading Capcom CPS2 Digital AV and I/O Interfaces