<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/sEp5G811emo?si=9iu-0pFk7pvowEuO" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture; web-share" allowfullscreen></iframe> [*Ski Crazed*, 1986 Apple II – 4K CRT Footage with MiSTER FPGA | Chasing the Stick](https://youtu.be/sEp5G811emo) by Me on YouTube As I figure out writing [[Chasing the Stick - The History of Naughty Dog during the PS4 Era|Chasing the Stick]] as a [[Chasing the Stick - The Book – Here I Go Again|real life book]], I have begun slowly gathering my own footage and photos of the games in as high of a quality as I can. This is [[MiSTer FPGA Thoughts and Impressions – My Tool for Researching the Past|why I bought and built a MiSTer FPGA console]]! So a couple weeks ago, I tested recording my CRT in 4K while playing the second game published by Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin – *Ski Crazed* for the Apple II. I don’t know quite what to do with the footage, so rather than sit on it, I decided to upload it to YouTube and learn from some mistakes I made. One setting I need to lock down is the ISO. I had it set to automatic, which led to the blowouts between screen transitions. Also, the audio may not be synced up properly. That’s because I was capturing the audio digitally through the MiSTer’s HDMI port, but I was not capturing the analog sound. So there wasn’t a clean way to sync the two. My apologies. I’m not confident in the framerate selection either. My Canon EOS 90D captures 4K30. The game runs at 60fps. So do I sacrifice the frames for resolution or give up the 4K dream in favor of a more accurate framerate? I am not sure yet; after uploading and thinking about it, I am sort of leaning toward the frame rate option. We shall see!