Low Resolution Modeline Calculator 0.9.2

Low Resolution Modeline Calculator is a modeline calculator for legacy CRT displays.
Low Resolution Modeline Calculator is a modeline calculator for legacy CRT displays, including TVs, arcade monitors, and VGA monitors.

Low Resolution Modeline Calculator can also be used to calculate low resolution modelines for modern multisync PC monitors.

As its name implies, it is not designed for calculating large resolutions, resolutions that operate over 65kHz.

Options:

-v, --vsync
Calculate the nearest mode in vertical synchronization.
-b, --bestscan
Calculate the nearest best scan mode.
-i, --interlace
Include support for interlaced calculations. Interlaced modes are not supported by many video cards. You should only enable this option if you know your video card supports them.
-d, --doublescan
Include support for doublescanned calculations. Doublescanned modes are not supported by many video cards. You should only enable this option if you know your video card supports them.
-n, --nostretch
Do not stretch modes that are out of range for your monitor. You should use this option if you know that your application does not support integer stretching.
-y, --ystretch
Assume fractional stretching of the y-resolution. You should use this option if you know that your application supports fractional stretching of the y-resolution and you want to stretch an underscanned mode so that it fills the entire screen.
-l, --lowpclock
Many video cards do not reliably support pixel clocks lower than 8mHz. If you know that your video card and its driver support pixel clocks lower than 8mHz, then you should use this option.
-h, --highpclock
Most X11 video card drivers do not support pixel clocks lower than 12mHz. In some cases your video card may not support pixel clocks lower than 12mHz either (rare). If you know that your video card (or your video card driver) does not support pixel clocks lower than 12mHz, then you should use this option.
-3x4
Stretch the horizontal resolution so that the mode has a 3:4 aspect ratio. You can use this option to correctly display vertical resolutions on a horizontal monitor.
-x, --X11R6
Print modeline in X11 format (default).
-f, --fb
Print modeline in fbset format.
-a, --advmame
Print modeline in AdvanceMAME format.
-s, --SDL
Print modeline in X11 format to stdout and print AdvanceMAME X11 configuration to stderr.
-p, --powerstrip
Print modeline in PowerStrip format.
-pal
Calculate modelines for a PAL Television (15.625kHz).
-ntsc
Calculate modelines for a NTSC Television (15.73426kHz).
-cga
Calculate modelines for a standard resolution arcade monitor (15.7500kHz).
-ega
Calculate modelines for a medium resolution arcade monitor (24.960kHz).
-vga
Calculate modelines for a standard VGA monitor (31.500kHz).
-d9200
Calculate modelines for a Wells-Gardner 9200 arcade monitor (15kHz, 25kHz, 31kHz).
-multi
Calculate modelines for a Multisync PC monitor (default)

What's New in This Release:

The --reference option works correctly.
The DOS version compiles with libxml.

last updated on:
January 1st, 2006, 23:51 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Des Jones
homepage:
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Mathematics
Low Resolution Modeline Calculator
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