I was able to get it nice after changing the PAL to NTCS.
Dont really know what else it might do. Is it possible to have it working with PAL?
I tried to take a dumb from camera and have a file called "M0132.CTG
I've attached a test script which will collect some information.You must set "Enable Lua Native Calls" in the CHDK miscellaneous menu before running the script.Please run the script, with the camera in shooting mode (not playback/image review) once with HDMI connected and format set to NTSC, and once again with it set to PAL.It will create a file called m3vtest.log in the root of the SD card. Please post that here.
Please check attached files. Indeed there is some differences. Quite interesting to be honest.
If you have a computer monitor or TV that accepts HDMI, it would be somewhat interesting to know if they work with the camera set to PAL.
I tested HDMI with old Sony Bravia KDL-46EX500. Both PAL and NTSC worked fine with correct output picture. I've attached log files.
Quote from: zeniitti on 13 / October / 2023, 03:15:09I tested HDMI with old Sony Bravia KDL-46EX500. Both PAL and NTSC worked fine with correct output picture. I've attached log files.Thanks. That does seem to confirm the issue is some kind of quirk specific to that capture device and the camera. You might check that you have the latest firmware for the AV.io HD, if you haven't already https://www.epiphan.com/support/avio-hd-software-documentation/If the Sony has an option to display information about the resolution, timings etc of the input, that might provide some clue what the camera does differently between NTSC and PAL modes.
Unfortunately Sony didn't have any specific details. Only informed that resolution was 1080p. I can try with different televisions.
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