Well, as is evident from the site, the N64 output gives both composite video and composite sync as two different outputs. Is there an easy way to resolve this with the DB9 "custom" setup which provides for only one video/sync pin?
I'm lucky enough to have found a jack which has all of the pins for use (The Pelican S-Video/AV cable for Gamecube/N64 luckily is over-designed and has all of the necessary pins, even though only the 6 necessary ones are used.) and I'm interested in converting it to the default "custom" setup, as I hope to do so for the rest of my video/audio connectors (I happen to have a LOT of video game systems, so it would help).
Also, how would the sound best be parsed?