Talk:Modeline Database

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"standard ModePool format that can be used to easily create a screen mode without the need of a modeline"

It would be nice to reference where these modepools are located, I haven't been able to figure it out with google.

pal625

These test images might be useful for verifying a VGA -> RGB/PAL converter -> TV setup. Note that most boards are restricted to divisible-by-8 timings so horizontal centering is not guaranteed.

pal625 704x576 test image dot clock 13.5MHz

# 1408x576 @ 25Hz, 15.6kHz hsync, itu-r bt.470 PAL
ModeLine "1408x576@25i" 27    1408 1446 1572 1728   576  581  586  625 interlace composite +hsync -vsync

pal625 1408x576 test image dot clock 27MHz

http://www.pembers.freeserve.co.uk/Test-Cards/Test-Card-Technical.html#PM5544 http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=434171

Upgraded analog cable TV channels use the itu-r bt.601 720x576 aperture with an image aspect ratio of 4/3. The test image grid vertical period of 42 lines then yields a horizontal period of 39.375 dots thus requiring an oversampling factor of 8 for an integer period.

pal625 720x576 test image dot clock 13.5MHz

pal625 5760x576 test image dot clock 108MHz