i have problems with many gamecube game loaders.
For example wodeflow, action replay loader, uniiloader.
I have a FULL HD 32" TV connected by a HD component cable (green,blue,red) to my PAL Wii.
In the Wii Setting i have choosen EDTV 480P 60hz.
If i now start a 50hz pal game with one of this gamecube game loaders, i get a "no signal" on my TV and hear only the sound.
Sometimes i'm lucky and after a while the screen come's back, and the game says "switched to 60hz".
Also ntsc games run just fine.
It seems it has problems with the "50hz pal".
For some reason it can't display the "50hz pal" when launched from this loaders.
Meanwhile i found out, that if i'm changing the Wii Settings from "EDTV 480P 60hz" to "SDTV 480i 60hz" or "SDTV 576i 50hz" it fixed the problem.
Just with "EDTV 480P 60hz" i get a "no signal".
Someone called giantpune meant, that this is a known bug caused by a bug in LIBOGC.
It would be really great if this could be fixed, then this applications could be recompiled.giantpune wrote: this bug is caused by a bug in libogc. at one time or another in some game loader way back when, the progressive PAL video modes in libogc had something wrong with them. as a workaround, any time a game was loaded with a progressive video mode, it used 480pNTSC.
time has passed and that same code has been recycled through many different game loaders. wodeflow still uses this some workaround. basically the code reads something like ...
if( there is a red-green-blue cable AND the wii is set to use a progressive video mode in its settings ) force 480p.
Action Replay Loader developer already said he would do that, if you would fix the bug in LIBOGC.
Please fix the bug so that pal users can enjoy this gamecube game loaders.
Thanks in advance