Subject: Screen mirroring to MiSTer?
Is there a snowflake's chance in hell we might ever see something like a screen mirroring app where we can stream audio/video to the MiSTer for easy component/vga/hdmi output from a PC to whatever the MiSTer is connected to?
Subject: How do I get Mega AGS with the 'Best-of Lists'?
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Subject: Differences in Analog IO Board Revisions?
Are there big differences between the revisions of analog IO boards? Like is there a huge gap between a v5.5 and a v6.1? I’m curious about what updates are made to each board and would it be worth to upgrade from a v5.5 to a v6.1.
Subject: WTB: Full mister system with case (pref the metal ones) willing to pay the premium
Subject: How to verify I didn't receive a defective Analog IO Board
I too the plunge into the MiSTer project about 9 months ago. I ordered a DE10 nano from Terasic and everything else from Mister Addons (Analog IO, USB hub, usb connector power switch splitter, VGA-Component cable, etc).
Well everything works great via direct video. But when I enable YbPbPr in the mister.ini and then use the VGA-Component cables to my Phillips CRT, I get a purple rolling image. I have tried flipping the SOG switch to no avail. This happens on every core including the menu core.
I also have a VGA-SCART cable. My plan was/is to RGB SCART mod a Trinitron that I have (Only has composite and S Video), and this would verify if its the IO Board or something else.
Well 9 months later work/school etc have made me put that project on the back burner. I was wondering if there was a cheap and easy way to see if it's my IO Board??? or does the MiSTer Component Out just not like my Phillips specifically (Ive heard sometimes YbPbPr doesnt play nice with certain, essentially random CRTs).
Any advice appreciated :)
Subject: MiSTer FPGA in a Computer Case with the MiSTer Ironclad Plus Board
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Subject: Snatcher / Justifier Light Gun on Mister FPGA
Anyone have suggestions on the best guides for a total newb trying to get snatcher running with a light gun? CRT / Digital monitor either or?
Subject: How to use 2 controllers with Neo Geo core for multiplayer?
Subject: New MiSTer FPGA Arcade Cores Released : Road Fighter, Ping Pong, Hyper Sports
Subject: Time for some Dimahoo on Ms Pac cab. Using Mister FPGA core.
Subject: New Rastan core by Jotego on Mister. Big thanks Jotego!
Subject: proper 16:9 wide-screen support now added to the PS1 beta core on MiSTer
Subject: MiSTer FPGA Cave Arcade Core : ESP Ra. De.
Subject: Real Floppy Disk Drive for the MiSTer FPGA - Current Progress ( looks interesting)
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Subject: Has anyone purchased a completed MiSTer from RetroCastle on AliExpress? Is it reputable? Or am I better off sourcing elsewhere?
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Subject: Shaking SNES CRT Output
Hey, so I’m having an issue with a slight shaking of the image in the snes core that’s causing me pretty bad eyestrain. It’s not happing in any other cores. I’m connecting to a Toshiba crt via the vga analog out to component. I’ve tried toggling most of the video options in the .ini but no luck. Don’t know if anyone else is having this issue?
(I would post video but it doesn’t capture the image shake well)
Subject: MiSTer_BGM, by wizzomafizzo - Background music player for the MiSTer menu
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Subject: Best spot to order full setup, parts or asembled
Seems supply is hit and miss, so as to avoid using a ton of different vendors, anywhere that has all the stuff I'd need would be great (bonus points if in north America) I soon aim to build my first setup, I wanna do everything (sharpx68000 and the cave arcade boards are specific interests) prices have gone up, and places are sold out of lots of stuff. So I would love some direction where to buy everything (usa a plus, just don't want slow shipping. Thx for any help! :)
Subject: Good article about MiSTer
Subject: Cloud Connectivity Kit
The cloud connectivity kit (P0685) contains the exact same nano as P0496, right? There's no modifications to the de10 in the kit? Dumb question, but the lead times on those kits are significantly less.