Video of the Coleco Adam output on XRGB-mini Framemeister
As indicated in my previous blog post, found here, I’ll be testing various systems on the XRGB-mini Framemeister. In the first such test, I tried the Coleco Adam, but failed to do any direct video capture to show the results. I’ve rectified that in the simplest way possible using the AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable, which lets you record directly to an SD card without a PC (doing the latter obviously provides greater control over the results, but is more time consuming for my purposes) and has a convenient HDMI pass-through so I can see the original output on my display without any lag. As you’ll note from the blog post, I’m outputting from the Framemeister at a full 1920x1080p at 60 frames per second (Note that I used the Adam’s MONITOR output for video and AUX VIDEO for the split mono audio to go to the Framemeister). The AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable, as you may or may note from the YouTube details, only allows for 1280x720p at 59 frames per second in its non-PC mode, so it’s not necessarily indicative of the actual quality (and YouTube maxes it out at 720/60). With that in mind, to me, it looks like it does on my Sony PlayStation 3D display, so I’m satisfied with that for this test and all future tests, which will have the video directly embedded in the detailed blog post, rather than separate like it was in this instance. Enjoy.