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About MoonlightKnight

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  • Birthday 02/17/1974

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  1. Well guys, so far the best I've been able to manage is getting RCA inputs to my capture card. I haven't used my Atari 2600 or 7800 in so long, I'm not even sure they are working correctly since I can't seem to even get them working straight to my TV through COAX. I'm still looking for a suitable converter, either from COAX to HDMI or a connector to RCA. I've purchased a mod kit from EBay for my 2600, we'll see how that goes. Incidentally, if you guys are interested, the final product will be streamed live here: https://mixer.com/MoonLghtKnght Eventually, anyway. My goal is to live stream retro games of all sorts. So far, there are very few who do that. I'm happy to fill the niche.
  2. Firestar, I assume you're suggesting something like this then? https://www.ebay.com/i/311634197062?chn=ps&dispItem=1
  3. I may not have explained my situation correctly. I have a switch box that will output to COAX. My TV will accept that, but it has to go through the Elgato before it gets to the TV. The Elgato only accepts HDMI input. Do you know of a way to switch COAX to HDMI? If I have that, I think I can do it. Even better if I can get a multitap with RCA inputs and a COAX output so I can have several systems on one box. As of yet, I haven't been able to find anything that would work.
  4. Hey guys, been a long time since I've been here, but I have a question I'm sure can be answered by this forum. I was looking through the database and there are a few threads about streaming Atari to things like Twitch and now, Mixer, but I couldn't make heads or tails of what was being said in those threads. I use Mixer, and I'd like to stream some of the old games to it directly from my old consoles. I've never been a fan of emulators because I find the games don't always play well when you use those. I need a little help getting the signal to my computer. Here's the equipment I have so far: An older Samsung TV with inputs from RCA all the way to HDMI. An unmodified Atari An Atari switch box with a COAX adapter An Elgato HD60 capture device. This plugs into my computer via USB XSplit streaming program. So really, I need a way to hook the Atari to the TV so I can see the game, and then run the signal into my computer to capture it. With what I have, what is the best way to get this accomplished, and what am I missing that I will need to add? Thanks in advance for any and all advice.
  5. Haven't been here in a long time, but was just looking through this entire thread out of curiosity. I'm both jealous and impressed with your sizable collection. I've never been a fan of repros, but it's an impressive collection nonetheless. Considering the sheer amount of money you have invested in this, I certainly hope you have it all well protected.
  6. *Hugs his close to his chest* You'll never get mine... NEVER!
  7. Yeah, but if you really look at those emails they are SO easy to spot... Half the ones I get have me giving someone an outrageous sum of money which I know these people never got. Can't give what you don't have.
  8. Well I haven't played this for a while so I can't remember if I've ever done much better than this or not. Here's my try.
  9. Gave it another shot... still hard, but I improved my score. Here's my second try: My Quadrun score
  10. Well this is a hard game... Here's my try: My Quadrun score
  11. Ok... so you sniped it out from under him and he whined about it? Too bad you did nothing wrong. Let him whine and ignore his A$$.
  12. do you have an extra supercharger? 1004075[/snapback] Sorry no I don't, although I will probably have some games for sale shortly.
  13. Greetings! I have just the thing that might help you. Here's what I do: At just about any office store, they sell 5 1/2" X 8 1/2" labels. There are two per page and usually about 50 per package. I get them for about $11. What I do is cut them down the dividing line in the middle. Put the label in, with a piece of paper behind. The label will print, then the details will get printed out on the paper behind. It's not the prettiest solution, but I've never wasted a label since!
  14. Greetings! Sorry I have to necro post like this, but I am really interested in this project. I'm wondering, was this put on the back burner or is it still "in the works"? I would love to see a finished product on this, as it was always on my Atari "wish list" for game ports.
  15. The district attorney is probably considering spearate criminal charges against Pac-Man for drug possesion. Since he's a celebrity and this is his first offense, he'll probably only get a fine and probation...
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