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Gamebridge question

ToniousTonious Registered User
edited October 2007 in Games and Technology
Other than the software it comes with and DScaler, is there another program I can use to give me better control and performance when playing my PS2 on my computer through my gamebridge? I ask because Dscaler is pretty out of date, version 5 has been in development for years now and I don't think it's ever going to come out. And the current version is very buggy, not to mention there's a million different settings to tinker with. Does anyone have a guide or some tips or another program I could try?

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  • ArcticMonkeyArcticMonkey Registered User
    edited October 2007
    On Windows Dscaler is still the best tv program I have found, but if you are willing to try Linux I recommend TVtime.

    Dscaler 5 is not a new program, it's a directshow filter and I guess ffdshow and VLC made it redundant.

    Also requesting more control and complaining about the number of settings it gives?

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  • ZackSchillingZackSchilling Registered User regular
    edited October 2007
    Also requesting more control and complaining about the number of settings it gives?

    Ask a Mac user. It's a fantastically paradoxical user interface problem.

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  • MugenmidgetMugenmidget Registered User regular
    edited October 2007
    but if you are willing to try Linux I recommend TVtime.
    The only problem with that is I don't think there's Linux drivers for the Gamebridge.

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