Ciaran has released another WIP (snap) version of XRoar:
- NTSC colour tweaks for slightly better “cyan”
- Initial support for middle-button paste
- Add brightness, contrast, saturation & hue controls to GTK+ and Windows UIs
- New options: -vo-brightness, -vo-contrast, -vo-colour, -vo-hue
- New tape control & drive control windows in Windows UI
- GIME: implement bug in 16-colour, 16 byte-per-row modes
- New option -vo-pixel-fmt specifies pixel layout and bit depth
- Old NTSC-only composite renderer renamed -ccr partial
- New composite renderer that handles PAL used for -ccr simulated
- WD279x: write sync bytes before DAM (fixes written-to DMK) [Michael Furman]
- New option: -no-vo-colour-killer
Ciaran specifically mentioned performance on a RPi3 would certainly be impacted if trying to use –ccr_simulated. You should use-ccr_partial or -ccr_5bit.
When updating your CoCo-Pi, please make sure to select “Update CoCo-Pi from git repo” and “Run CoCo-Pi fix script” in order for all the changes to be applied. Install the latest XRoar package (from the same menu).