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Old 09-07-2006, 10:59 PM
AngelofDeth AngelofDeth is offline
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TV-out and interlacing question...

I have been fooling around with the TV out on my PC for the first time in a while... What im seeing is that DVD/Divx files play pretty well out of the PC, and files recorded by a PVR-150 look like garbage in comparison. Is this due to the fact DVD/Divx files are non-interlaced, and don't have to be deinterlaced for PC display, then re-interlaced out the TV-out?
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Old 09-08-2006, 10:16 AM
Polypro Polypro is offline
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What type of display and connection, and whose decoder are you using?

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Old 09-08-2006, 02:44 PM
AngelofDeth AngelofDeth is offline
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Its an old SDTV, connected by composite to the PC. I've tried lots of decoders, nvidia, elecard, cyberlink. There seems to be a loss of detail happening with recordings that doesn't happen with dvd sourced files (either dvds, or divx/xvid rips) I was really just trying to determine if I should upgrade my video card, would be nice to get some decent DVD playback from the PC, as the current card has a lot of interference that I hope is just due to the card being so old, which is a radeon 7000.
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