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Weird... so I guess this only happens on VBXE through it's RGB output? Is normal GTIA output the same when it's doing this?

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postcard_a.mkv is old video output

postcard_b.mkv is vbxe video output

 

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Yes, I noted the effect in the video but wondered how long the issue is supposed to take to develop (from cold power up).

Edited by flashjazzcat

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Config

- 130XE

- VBXE 2.0 FX v.1.26 RAMBO

- Rapidus or 6502 (it does not matter)

 

Test:

- 3 different GTIA (this is not BUG-GTIA)

- added patch GTIA-fix = without improving the picture PostCart by Rocky

 

 

6502+VBXE and Antic+GTIAfix

Edited by pajero_pn

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Which core revision? And board version (Candles or later Lotharek) ?

I'll try and get mine set up in the next couple of days.

It could be that this is also isolated to specific machine type too.

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Has it been witnessed on a non Rapidus machine?

Edited by Rybags

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VBXE 2.0 Electron & Candle

Interface ident: 0x71

 

FX v.1.26 RAMBO

 

 

My photography - no Rapidus on board. And bug of the same

Edited by pajero_pn

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Watch videos from the first post. vbxe_postcard_a.mkv 00:00:30 to 00:00:50 = 20 seconds

 

Antic warm up, and I have errors

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Other Antic and the same error, the exchange did not give :(

 

 

Is someone you already checked? PostCard.XEX On your Atari + VBXE ?

Edited by pajero_pn

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130XE has Antic E. Has this been experienced on machines with older Antics?

Antic E are the ones with part # ending in 97 or 98.

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