Quote from: ComSoft6128 on Today at 13:17however it will not allow the user to run a BBS on a 6128.Is the goal to run it on a CPC? Or a BBS that can be used by a CPC (and other computers)? I thought we are looking for a client program.
Quote from: pelrun on Today at 11:47You don't actually need to "calibrate" against a CRT. The latency there is (effectively) zero, as the electron beam is directly driven by the monitor output. It's orders of magnitude faster than the CPU can even do a single write operation, so there's nothing to measure.Indeed, but I need it to calibrate my set-up. I'm not yet sure what is the correct way to turn on the LED and print something on screen. The set-up with the CRT will allow to do that in a way that I can make sure, the whole set-up is reliable. Or: if I don't manage to get it perfect and e.g. will always have 1 frame in my 240Hz video even with CRT, I will know that I have to deduct 1 frame from the LCD tests to compensate my imperfect set-up.
Quote from: Cwiiis on Today at 10:28Another way would be to use my video distribution circuit, plug into both a CRT and LCD at the same time and record both - you'll need to record results on a CRT anyway with this method to get a baseline figure for latency, this would let you do it without any coding 🙂100% agreed. But I thought I will just do a "calibration" with a CRT to get the base line and check if my idea is reliable with not too much variation. Then do the tests with LCDs. The idea is, to make it as easy as possible so everyone can replicate this in the future.