I have an original SNES. I'm trying to output video to my pc, using the component output. I'm using a Diamond VC500. I got the latest drivers ("VC500 Complete Package" from that page). Main issue: the video is showing up weirdly interlaced:
As a side point, I'm not sure what software to use to view the capture stream. If I use VLC, there's a noticeable input delay I can't figure out how to fix. If I use the EZ Grabber software that comes with the capture card, there's no video shown but the screenshot tool works (how I captured the above image):
If I use OBS, I can't get the audio to work.
Anyways, the main question is: How can I capture SNES video to PC without the weird interlacing?
Windows 10 Home, GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
edit: I found this related question, so I'm assuming my question is appropriate for this SE: How can I play a SNES through a VGA monitor?