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Old 03-24-2005, 06:47 PM
judoGTI judoGTI is offline
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Question Is this an interlacing issue or something different?

I seem to get a problem if I watch a recorded TV show that lasts >1hr At first I thought it was the quartz.dll issue with but I replaced my quartz.dll (in SAFE mode) in the Windows/system32 directory last night and it seems I still have the issue.

At first the fast motions appear to get jerky/blur, almost like if someone is clapping their hands, it looks like a strobe light is on them. Then I noticed the entire picture quality degrading.

I'm running the nVidia DVD decoder with the following settings:

I snapped a screen shot to show you guys, this is after 1 hour of watching a show, while FFing through commercials.

AMD64 2800
ATI Radeon 9550 256mb
Hauppaugge WINTV-PVR-150

Bright House Digital Cable into PVR via S-video, then from my video card to the TV via DVI/HDMI

Any help would be appreciated, the first pic is the entire image, the second is just a zoom in of the first.

Last edited by judoGTI; 03-24-2005 at 08:57 PM.
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