@Raxa I said I might get back to you on using TAP with my setup, and my supergun was fixed yesterday, so I decided to try. TAP is hard to work with thanks to its odd frame rate (see: https://tetrisconcept.net/threads/tap-video-issue-double-image.2637/ ) but thankfully, the JROK and Elgato seem to have worked out well. So, first I connected this to a small CRT that includes both composite and S-video. The colors on this tv are fucked (and I'm not sure why, but it is not an issue exclusive to TAP) but TAP ran flawlessly on both composite and S-video connections. It is worth noting that this TV was clearly produced during the last few years of CRT production. Now, the CRT in my bedroom is quite a bit older, and does not have S-video input. So with a composite connection, It displayed the image but with a weird wobble effect. The wobble effect was much more obvious than this video lets on, but here is a video: Next, I had to check how well the capture worked out. The way I had video capture running while I streamed tgm1 was to simply connect to the tv through composite, and the elgato via s-video, as pictured here. Considering the S-video and composite work at the same time, a safe assumption is that component should also work, if you feel like going all out for some reason or another. And it worked! The elgato captured TAP with a nice, clear image. I have no clue what would happen with another capture device, or more importantly, another RGB to NTSC encoder. But this setup works for me.