Color Me Baddly — New Hit Single “Arbitrary Phase Shift” Out Now.
So you can see this PLL video synth guy working his magick here if you look at the scope. That’s a reference colorburst on the top trace, and the bottom trace is that same signal being shifted back and forth around the reference. That’s how NTSC is fixing to get its hue on.
Doing this is the hardest part about generating a color video signal from scratch. “Real” color encoding devices (in NTSC) use something called “IQ Modulation” (really) or QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) which is what I will shoot for in the next version of this.
I mean, real devices now use processors and ASICs, but.
A close up of the board after he got stuck on some hot pink acrylic.