Make your own Nintendo Switch Pro with This Upscaler

Make your own Nintendo Switch Pro with This Upscaler

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(bright electronic music) – We’ve talked a lot on this channel about the great lengths you can go to to get your get your retro
consoles at a higher resolution. Now we can do that with
modern consoles, too. The PS4 has the PS4 Pro. The Xbox One has the Xbox One X. Both give you resolutions up to 4K. Most games on the Nintendo
Switch run sub-1080p. People want a Switch Pro or a dock that can handle upscaling to 4K, but that’s just not something
Nintendo’s gonna do. They clearly don’t care
about technical specs, but what if there was a little dongle that could handle all of the upscaling? It sounds like something that
would be an impossibility to do strictly over HDMI. Get this video playing
on your nice monitor. Slap that Quality setting into 1440p because we’re gonna be
going through these pixels with a fine-toothed comb
to see just how good we can get the Nintendo Switch to look. (upbeat rock music) (screen pulsing) (mellow electronic music)
So I first heard of Marseille, Marseille, Marseille, Marseille, I first heard of them at E3. Will already knew about
their previous products, so he was already familiar with them. The last day of E3, really
moments before the floor closed, we got a chance to check them out, and it was honestly impressive
what they were able to do. Their devices use an
anti-aliasing algorithm that’s been fine-tuned over the years to determine what edges
are supposed to be straight and what’s supposed to
be purposely out of focus to give you that depth of field look. When I hear anti-aliasing,
I think about Photoshop and how you get those blurred edges when you try to blow something up, but their algorithm is
smart enough to know where that edge is supposed to be, and it smooths it out. To my understanding, the mClassic scales whatever video signal you
feed into it up by one notch. So if you feed it a 720p signal,
it’ll upscale it to 1080p. If you feed it a 1080p signal,
it’ll upscale it to 1440p, and if you feed it 1440p,
it’ll upscale it to 4K. It’s a little bit more
complicated than that. There’s a nice handy chart that I’ll show you on-screen right here. The device does not have any settings. It automatically does this, so you can’t choose what
resolution you want, but for the most part, we’re gonna be focusing
on scaling 1080p to 1440p. That’s what we’re gonna
be doing in this video, and it does this with less than
a millisecond of input lag. They read .2 milliseconds of input lag, which would be too low for me to read with my slow-motion camera. I also notice no input lag whatsoever when I’m actually playing a game. If a device was capable
of doing all the things that Marseille says it’s capable of doing, then it could be used for way more things than just stupid little video games, but it does work. It’s just really hard
to show that it works in a video like this or to talk about how it works without filtering it through
the lens of video games. So naturally, I plugged this
revolutionary new device into my stupid little Nintendo Switch. I had my Nintendo Switch
going through the mClassic and into my Elgato 4K60 graphics card. It reads a 1440p signal
at 60 frames per second. Games like “Smash Bros.” and “Mario Kart” run at 1080p, 60 frames
per second in docked mode. So I expected the
mClassic to scale those up to 1440p, 60 frames per second, and it does a fantastic job. Admittedly, the differences are subtle, but you can immediately tell
that the image is sharper, and if we pause it, you
could see the small details. It’s really noticeable
here in Falcon’s helmet. Also, the mClassic
smoothed out the jaggies in Game & Watch’s head among other things. It sort of smoothed out Falcon’s
shoulder but not really. It’s not perfect, and it
doesn’t get everything, but it definitely gets
the image sharper enough where it looks like it belongs on a higher resolution monitor. This is “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” being recorded at 1440p, possibly for the first time ever. “Mario Kart” is another
one that really benefits from this boost in resolution. It’s a gorgeous game already, so the sharper image and higher resolution is shown off well here too. Marseille sent me their
own “Mario Kart” footage because they didn’t like how
the Elgato captured the colors. I think the colors that
I captured look great. There’s some loss in dynamic range, but it’s not too nasty. It also noticeably saturates the colors, but most people would
prefer a saturated look, especially when compared
to the unsaturated look. Maybe the AVerMedia could’ve
detected the resolution better, which is possible. It also looks like it preserves
some of the dynamic range, which is interesting. Also, listen, I’m pretty
trash at “Mario Kart” myself, but whoever’s playing this
has some homework to do. Come on, man! There’s gotta be at least
one person at your office that’s played “Mario Kart” before because they’ve gotta take you to school. Anyway, I tried other games that run at various different resolutions, but all of them were being
read at 1440p by my Elgato. Without the mClassic attached, the games were being read at 1080p. Turns out the dock forces a 1080p, 60 frame-per-second signal unless you manually
change it to output 720p. Some games, like “Mario
Odyssey” for example, that’s supposed to be a native 960p, so changing the Switch to 720p mode probably isn’t a good idea. So if you leave that setting
on the Switch to 1080p, the mClassic will upscale
everything to 1440p, and it looks great pretty
much across the board. I was told that if a game was
1080p, 30 frames per second, the mClassic might be able
to bump that up to a full 4K. So I was excited to try this
out with “Breath of the Wild” which runs at a native
1080p, 30 frames per second, but the Switch was still forcing a 1080p, 60 frames-per-second output, so we could still only
get 1440p out of it, which is a bit of a bummer, but it’s still looking pretty good. Probably the most requested game that I tried with this device was “DOOM”. “DOOM” actually got a quiet update that runs the game docked at 1080p. So this actually ran at
1440p, and it looks great, but don’t get your hopes too high. The mClassic isn’t gonna
reskin the game assets with high-res textures. It’s just gonna smooth it out
to the best of its ability. It would still look a lot better if you were playing it
on a PC in actual 1440p, but the mClassic does a good job with what it has to work with. “Crash Team Racing” is one game that I had that runs at 720p docked. The Switch upscales it
to 1080p when docked, and the mClassic then
scales that signal to 1440p. The assets are clearly a lower resolution. The mClassic helps a little bit, but it’s not a miracle worker. The Switch does a pretty bad job of upscaling from 720p to 1080, and then, the mClassic
has to kinda clean up the Switch’s mistakes. With a game like this, if
you want the best quality, you’d want to go into the settings and change the Switch to output 720p. I think it’s unrealistic to
know the native resolution of each game that you’ll
be playing on your Switch, so probably just leave it
at 1080p all of the time. The mClassic comes with the unit itself, a small HDMI extension cable, and a micro USB cable. The mClassic needs to be
powered over micro USB. You can plug that USB cable
into the Switch dock itself. All it’s doing is drawing power. It doesn’t need any
information to transfer, so you can plug that USB
cable really anywhere. Some TVs have a USB cable in them, too. You could see if that works. When setting up your mClassic, do not use the HDMI cable that came with your Nintendo Switch. That’s a mistake that I made
the first time I tried it. You need to use an HDMI
cable that’s capable of at least 1440p, maybe even 4K. You need a high-speed HDMI cable. It might be worth it to plug
in that HDMI extension cable that came with the mClassic because if you have a lot of stuff plugged into your Nintendo Switch, it might be difficult to get
to the toggle on the side. This switch will change
the mode of operation. Off will just pass
through the video signal. Green is on, which is the
mode you’ll want to use with your Nintendo Switch
and most other things. Blue is Retro Mode. All Retro Mode does is force
the aspect ratio to be 4:3. It does the same sort of upscaling. It does a pretty good job
when paired with the Super 64. I got a 1080p signal out
of it, which is great. Personally, when playing retro consoles, I prefer a pixelated look, so this doesn’t really do much for me. I like the upscaling from
the Framemeister a lot more, but that’s a $400 device and scales completely differently
than the mClassic does. It’s focusing on getting crisp pixels whereas the mClassic is focusing on smoothing out those pixels. At E3, we were most impressed with how the mClassic was
upscaling the Dreamcast in Retro Mode. However, the mClassic only has a male HDMI input, so you can only plug it into things that have an HDMI output. The Dreamcast obviously
does not have an HDMI port. I used the Hyperkin cable, which is just a conversion cable, so it has a male HDMI at the end, so that’s male-to-male. It’s not gonna work. For me, it doesn’t work for me. For you, it might, but for me, it doesn’t. It’s not, it doesn’t work like that for, but for, you know, you can try, you can do what, but for, in fact, no retro consoles
have an HDMI port in them unless you count an Xbox
360 or a PlayStation 3. So if you wanna use retro
consoles with the mClassic, I wouldn’t consider
this the end-all, be-all retro upscaler, but it gets the type
of people who would buy a GCHD or a Super 64 are the type of people who
would wanna get something like an mClassic, so maybe you could find a use for it. Nintendrew played around a
lot more with the Retro Mode with a whole bunch of
different retro consoles. I’ll link to that video
in a card right here, whenever he posts it. It’s hard to show off the mClassic because the scaling
that my editing software is doing right now is way better than the scaling that a typical TV would do. So in person, it looks
a lot more impressive, like what we got to experience
when we saw it at E3. In fact, this is a technology
that should be sold to TV manufacturers. Why not have this built into TVs? It’s possible to use the mClassic to upscale live-action movies. Most movies aren’t even shot in 4K, so the 4K Blu-Ray release of stuff like “The Avengers” is bogus. The mClassic can clean that up. There’s also such a thing as bad 1080p. Not all HD is created equal. In that regard, it’s just technical specs, and it doesn’t really mean that much. Right now, I’m shooting
this on my Canon M50, which I use for basically everything, and the HD really isn’t that good. It’s a little bit soft. All of the other footage was in 4K, but this in particular is 1080p, but then, this is the 1080p that I can get out of a Canon C300 Mark I. It’s a much nicer camera. It’s got a much nicer sensor, but it’s still 1080p. So basically, the amount
of pixels on-screen, the bit rate, those are all just numbers. How the image looks is
the most important part. What I’m trying to say is the
mClassic can take a signal, clean it up, and make it look nicer, regardless of any of the technical specs. Of all of the modern consoles, the Nintendo Switch needs
this improvement the most. If you have your Switch
running through a 1440p monitor or maybe a 4K TV and you care about quality at all, the mClassic might be worth looking into. They just launched their
Indiegogo today, actually. The thing’s gonna retail at
$100, which is pretty steep, considering it’s just a
nominal increase in quality, but early birds to the Indiegogo campaign can get it for just $59,
so that’s pretty good. Actually, it looks like Early Bird pricing is already sold out, so you’ll have to settle for
the Backer Special at $69. This thing’s only been up a few hours, and it’s already more than halfway funded, so you might wanna hurry up over there. Link’s in the description. By the way, this isn’t sponsored, but they did send me a review unit, so thank you for that. Normally, I’d be skeptical
of crowdfunding campaigns, but Marseille is an established company with similar products already, so they’re not just some guy who’s trying to take your money. Also, their chief designer
is Arabian Prince from N.W.A. We talked on the phone
for like a little bit, so we’re like, we’re
basically like best friends. It wasn’t, you weren’t
playing “Mario Kart” in that video, were you? If you have a bunch of consoles plugged into an HDMI splitter, you could plug the
mClassic into the output of that HDMI splitter, and it’ll upscale all of your consoles whenever you switch to them. You could use it for an
Xbox One X or PS4 Pro. It’ll clean up the image a little bit. Some games still don’t
even run at a full 4K, so this’ll boost it up to
1440p or even 4K in some cases. If you have a regular PS4
and a regular Xbox One and a Switch all plugged
into the same HDMI splitter, this is definitely something
you might wanna consider ’cause it’ll clean up the
image on all of those devices, but don’t forget, you need a TV or monitor that’s capable of at least 1440p. It’s something that I would
like to use all the time, but let’s say if I’m
capturing footage for a video or if I’m streaming a game
and I’m using this device, then you decide you want that game and you purchase it and you bring it home, your game’s not gonna
look as good as my game because I have this thing. So I might not be able to use it. This is definitely a higher-end
product for gearheads. Maybe you’ve got the cash, and you just wanna improve the quality of your Nintendo Switch. If pixel count never
meant anything to you, then pay no mind to any of this, but if it does mean something to you, then this is a very exciting
time to be you right now. Congratulations.
(Bob applauding) Hey guys, we’re gonna
be at the Long Island Retro Video Gaming Expo
August 10th to 11th, right? Yes, 10th through 11th, and on Sunday, the 11th, at 3:30, we will have a panel there, so you can come hang out with
us in the Cradle of Aviation, right by our hometown. I’d like to have more stuff
planned for that weekend. Maybe we’ll do like a little
meet-and-greet somewhere else, somewhere, somewhere here on Long Island, ’cause it’s fun that we have
a convention here, right, right at our home, our home base. Anyway, what do you guys
think about the mClassic and getting your Nintendo Switch
up to a higher resolution? Is this something that you’d
be interested in at all, even if it’s something that Nintendo made or an after-party product
like the mClassic? Leave it in the comments below. At me on Twitter, any and all of the other social media garbage. We got new videos and
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that needs some ups, dating, upscaling, goodbye. I’m having a struggle. (mellow electronic music)

100 thoughts on “Make your own Nintendo Switch Pro with This Upscaler

  • turtwig321 Post author

    Can I just use this on a 1080p tv for the games that run under 1080p? Fire Emblem Three Houses dynamic resolution is a disease and I was wondering if this would help on a 1080p tv.

  • Joél Bernabel Post author

    If you talk about "Retro game consoles" & HDMI, I'd dig a little deeper. N64, Gamecube, Dreamcast have HDMI internal Mods & external adapters. Some good and a lot bad.

  • Twitch Grinch Post author

    sounds like a scam

  • Twitch Grinch Post author

    how is this not sponsored??? its 100% a commercial for this shitty product that probably does nothing

  • fvig2001 Post author

    You do know they sell female to female hdmi adapters. Your joke wasn't even funny. I think Marseille is scamming people by saying you can use 2 of these in serial. The chart doesn't have 1440p as input, so it will just pass through. At least the older MCables can be connected in serial and have an effect.

  • Nick Post author

    plugging this in the out of an hdmi splitter for my switch and wii u sounds like a great plan. i'm pumped to try it.

  • Welsh Devil Post author

    Im watching this video in 720 . So im confuzzled

  • Satista Post author

    Bro it's not MarseLL it's Mar-Say. It's french .

  • philip lubduck Post author

    is this any better than using your receiver. from what I understand any higher end receiver upscales all video.

  • Valenzuelas Studios Post author

    I don't use 4k or care. I want more 1080p or 900p games and less dynamic resolution or 720p games. The switch doesn't need 4k, it needs more 1080p/900p stuff.

  • WigWoo1 & Skip & Jay Post author

    I don't get it? Doesn't any 4K TV already upscale anything I plug into it, including the Switch?

  • João Furlan Post author

    What´s the difference between this dongle and the cables with upscalling they already have on their website?

  • dann Post author

    This has been done xD but it has a different name xD

  • Cruzan9 Post author

    This might be worth the investment for some but I am pretty content with my Switch as it is.
    PS and BTW, Marselly? Really? LOL😆You got it right the second time: "mɑːrˈseɪ".

  • speedy jam Post author

    watching on a 720 screen

  • Kaiyanpepper Post author

    Botw and mario odyssey both play at 900p resolution by default

  • ライライ02 Post author

    I wonder how Xenoblade chronicles 2 would benefit from this

  • R S Post author

    Soooo to clarify, it won’t work on my lg 1080p 55in tv?

  • Allan Solis Post author

    Ps4 pro gives resolution 4k are you sure of that??? The only console can do that is the xbox one x, I like playstation more than xbox but you should to get more information before say that. Just my opinion XD

  • MRxGMAN Post author

    I thought CTR docked ran at 720p?

  • Juan Diaz Post author

    Shit,, ima use this for my Scart to hdmi converter combined with the M hdmi cable.

  • Elliander Eldridge Post author

    I just ordered 4 of them for my setup. I built a specialized gaming cabinet on wheels with it's own power supply, battery backup, voltage regulator, and network switch with USB charging ports carved into the front and with Cat-7 ethernet ports and extra electrical outlets in the back. I used HDMI switches as organizers, so up to 14 different consoles can run on either or all of 4 televisions. My thinking is that if I add this to run before each TV it will upscale everything and since I can mirror screens will allow me to really see how different the quality is. I'm curious though: If you use two of these together, can the Switch display in 4k?

  • Neil i Post author

    I saw a Gamecube with a hdmi on the back before

  • AMSempire Post author

    did this man just call me gay

  • mygetrichslowplan Post author

    "First heard about this at e3"

    Bro, I hit you up about this company and their HDMI upscaling tech during a stream last winter. Haha, you seemed pretty incredulous, but to be fair, I was too until I saw some demos of their stuff.

  • Aniel Rivera Post author

    i can tell you are from longisland cuz of your accent

  • Rionra Bba Post author

    Can you plug two of them together and get the first one to upgrade resolution to 1440p then the next one will upgrade to 4 k

  • Nick Miller Post author

    1:05 It's Marseille you uncultured swine!

  • dupl0 b0i Post author

    Someone help how much thus cost?

  • Nick Miller Post author

    Bob, you didn't address the most important thing. Can you chain these things together?! 720p > 1080p > 1440p.

  • wacktastic1 Post author

    I want to use this on Xenoblade 2 to see them high scale anime tiddies

  • Persona Nongrata Post author

    My dongle can handle all the upscales. ;-D

  • karli GatiRecord Post author

    I dont have a switch but if i did i would is 2019 all games should be upscaling to 1440p or 4k it would make the switch more worth it for me

  • Mr. Bee's Baseball Breaks Post author

    Gotta do something with CAGcast! Worlds colliding!

  • Johnny Injun Post author

    I got bad eyes, so dont matter too much i guess. Only time i can tell is when people put images and videos side by side.

  • Ben Dover Post author

    Fucking piece of shit. Shilling some dogshit fucking piece of KickStarter trash that is probably never coming out

  • Esk8 Jaimes Post author

    Would it work if you connected it to a Nintendo Wii HDMI converter adapter?

  • Hm hm Darkness Post author

    Try this with wwe 2k18

  • cakone micke Post author

    this is crap

  • Adam Blonsky Post author

    Going to be buried but "most movies aren't even shot in 4k" is like saying "most video games don't even use 1080 resolution textures" it's simply not how it works. The Alexa (which Infinity War was shot with) outputs 1080 24fps global shutter 444 which means that for each frame there's 4 red bits, 4 green bits, and 4 bits or what would be the equivalent of 1080 10:10:10 in its raw mode. There's no video game equivalent, but imagine the frame buffer was getting filled for each of the three colors with 10bits of color information detailing every edge in the game, and then every singe frame was processed by extremely expensive (and slow) imaging processing hardware, before being packaged in a 4k container baking all that color information into the 24bit (or often 16bit subsampled) format. As a video producer I can tell you that 4k capture definitely does create some pretty sharp images with some types of content, but like from 5 feet away from a subject a 1080p camera usually resolve a pixel width of 1 human hair — It ends up being the color information more than the resolution information that determines how "sharp" a picture looks after being captured in the real world.

    Undoubtedly 4k makes a huge difference in video games, and honestly I'm not sure why that's true, but any video editor will tell of moments where they realized they've had their client monitor set at 1/2 or 1/4 resolution for a whole session and no one noticed.

  • Andres Bravo Post author

    I need to make the Analogue Mega SG to Look More 4K!

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  • ArmedBOBery Post author

    they have a newer model of this actually on amazon for around 120 us Dollars. its just an hdmi cable with a usb plug that does the same thing but is just the cable instead of a plug connecting 2 hdmi.

  • gamephreak5 Post author

    "People want a Switch Pro, or a dock that can handle upscaling to 4K"

    I certainly don't. Screw that useless CRAP! I'm fine with the HD resolutions the Switch has, I don't need anything higher. I don't care about technical specs either. Tech specs are useless if a game is complete crap from the get go.

  • XDShade Post author

    I locked my switch at 720p because I don't see the difference on a TV.

  • WE Post author

    I want

  • Leon Heart Post author

    This is perfect for 1440p monitors !

  • Alejandro K. Brown Post author

    SAY. WERD. You reppin' Strong Island?
    And talking gaming Nerd tech?
    You just got yourself a new sub!

  • darkwind2127 Post author

    I wonder how this would do if you're already on a 4k tv. Switch would be 1080p > 1440p with Mhdmi > 4k upscaled with tv?

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  • Luca Dario Bützberger Post author

    Why would anyone use a cheap upscaler when the one inside your tv is most likely already better?

  • Daniel J. De Jesús Post author

    Dude, your thumbnails are THE BEST.

  • loloioi Post author

    By speculation on how this stuff works, there's some edge cases that the m classic might end up sucking at. Hence, it might not be good to have it in a tv. Most TVs these days have stuff similarly like the m classic built in. Linus Tech tips talked about it in a tv review video a while back. Yea 🙂

  • Zabieru McCloud Post author

    I will never take you seriously ever again with all the misinformation you spewed here. Especially the Switch HDMI cord "not being able to output 1440p". The Switch HDMI cable is like ANY other HDMI cable. That was marketing bullshit back in the day.

    Anyone who ever says "your games will look better if the console is outputting 720p for a 720p game" is fucking retarded… Zelda does NOT run at a native 1080p and you mentioned another game that I know does not run at a native 1080p. Are you just some old mother fucker doing YouTube video on tech and videogames just for the money or some shit?

    Edit: I know you love games, but you pissed me off. Also, go fucking bald already. Bruce Willis that shit my man!!!

  • Juan Pabunan Post author

    holy shit it looks pretty damn good. watching this on a 1440p monitor btw.

  • TugaLetsPlay Post author

    You see, i respect this but I'm not gonna do that crap. Imagine that when i'm finished doing all that Nintendo launches a new upgrade wich includes better quality.

  • brrnay Post author

    it's marr-e-o, ya frickin weirdo.

  • Kirusei Nagisa Post author

    1440p being the middle ground of 4K and HD(1080p) would be GREAT for Nintendo. Hopefully the future switch models that were rumoured to use an IGZO display actually utilize true 1440p

  • Mechaxk Post author

    So… Xenoblade 2 above 720p?

  • Jules Drouaud Post author

    Pronounce the end as you would say "saying", but without the ing part 🙂

  • MusicDiscoveryNet | MDN Post author

    So if I have a 1080p TV, I should force the switch to output 720p at all time, right? So the mClassic does the rest and takes it to 1080p..better..??

  • OblivionDio Post author

    Misleading title since nintendo focuses alot of its marketing for the switch to be portable. This device needs an external power negating the portable aspect

  • Dan - Post author

    @9:41 this video was going alright until you decided that being fucking annoying was the best strategy! I don't know if that was supposed to be funny but stop….FFS

  • Scarecrew Post author

    3 steps to turn your switch into a switch pro
    step 1: overclock your switch
    Step 2: buy a upscaler
    Step 3: there is no step 3 🙂

  • Shloppy Hog Post author

    are you brutal moose

  • Slyhound Post author

    What about wii games

  • Manuel Relgeiz Post author

    pro dont mean higher resolutions, it means for me that we play games with better frames and newer games who dont look so garbage… sry this is just clickbait!

  • stapuft Post author

    No only rich bitch idiots with more money than sense want 4k

  • 10,000 Subs and Zero Dollars Post author

    "Mar-seye" learn how to read

  • Chase Armstrong Post author

    Theres a lot of small details of misinformation here but I appreciate the video nonetheless, one thing I'd suggest is when zooming in to the image, flip back and forth between before and after, so people can really see the difference.

  • Aaron Post author

    I have a M cable and it makes quite a bit of difference on Nintendo consoles

  • Josh K Post author

    no botw gameply

  • Russell White Post author

    I don't have a switch but I may pick one up for my ps3, base ps4 and WiiU and use it for non one x enhanced games too, should be fun.

  • EquipmentReviewer Post author

    Ordered one! Can't wait!!

  • Seabas Post author

    It's pronounced mar-say, like the city in France.

  • Kimi Post author

    What if you plugged in 2 M classes???

  • Hunter Terrell Post author

    "Just look at the difference between 1080 and 1440p side by side"
    Me, watching at 420p on my 4'' phone: Oh, Ok

  • Snowcone Guy Post author

    "Marseille send me their own Mario Kart footage"
    Because they are cheating. For ALL their demonstrations so far, they have set the output resolution of the Switch to 720p, e ven though Mario Kart 8 DX is a 1080p game.
    The reason is that if you apply the mClassic to 1080p footage, you can barely see a difference.

  • glenfoxh Post author

    If I had the cash I would get two of them, and run one from the other, and turn a 1080p into 1440p then to 4K. Would look nice on my Dell 27" 60p 4K, that has no built in upscale, as some TVs have.

  • Iván Fernández Montiel Post author

    Hey man! I loved your video. But I love more your figures on the background! I have that Metal Sonic with stand. Can you tell me the makers/models of the Sonic (and the BIG Metal Sonic) figures that I can see behind you? Thanks a lot of you do!

  • larockyoursockoff420 Post author

    What's the difference between this and the mcable?

  • Fez_Boy Gaming Post author

    As for the streaming/recording dilemma, put it on the video out of your capture card, that way your monitor gets the scaling but your viewers don't.

  • smo Bilson Post author

    It’s just adding artificial sharpness it’s not technically making it better

  • Legacysquid 062 Post author

    I’m here just like “they look the same “

  • Nio Nieves Post author

    Bob: "Slap that quality setting into 1440p"
    Me: cries in 360p

  • Danigon876 Post author

    Annoys me how everyone always wants 4k over a stable frame rate

  • Aleks Van Post author

    What if you plug multiple mclassics together 😏 4k here I come!

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  • StormyLines Post author

    I don’t like the saturated look, also if you’re looking for amazing graphics and sharp details then then the switch isn’t for you, Nintendo has never focused on being the most graphically intensive system they only focus on games which seems to be working out for them

  • AlphaBlob Post author

    Marseille is a french name, "Mahrs hey e" is the correct way to say it

  • Xedhadeaus Post author

    Honestly interested in this for easy supersampling of games that don't have the option to do so. But I'm wondering if the anti aliasing effect works even if you only use a 1080p tv… I would love to see how marvel ultimate alliance 3 looks with that device.

  • Lone Wolf Post author

    Would love to know if it helps with Fire Emblem Three Houses aliasing…

  • LeonVIII Post author

    can anyone tell me which hdmi splitter hes using in this video ?

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