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sebby_zzzz
Jan 4

Amibian on Raspberry with RGB-Pi / PI2SCART

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Edited: Jan 4

Hi there ! :)

 

I'm using RBG-Pi (GPIO interface with Scart output) to play arcade games on my raspberry, in native resolution, 50Hz.

 

Anybody already tested this on Amibian ? Does it work ?

 

I have a closed case for this system and i don't want to break this to test with Amibian. I'll order a new RGBI-Pi only if this work with Amibian :)

 

Thanks for Help guys.

And... HAPPY NEW YEAR to all of you.

 

I got PI2SCART too but never used.

 

Sebby

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