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Old 07-28-2004, 05:52 AM
Beelzebub Beelzebub is offline
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RGB Downscaling

I just got a old LCD projector for $20, it works great for DVD's and Sage (Actually much better then I expected). The only problem is is just supports VGA (640x480).

What I was wondering is there a cheap scan coverter that converts Higher resolutions to 640x480. I know they are out there but I can only find professional scalers, and those things are way to expensive.

Now my second choice is, running it through the S-Video which does all the scaling and get a cheap Line Doubler.

Of course if you know of a software solutions, I'm up for that.

Also any tips on improving the SageTV quality, Its kinda ruff on a 80" screen. I'm using nvdvd 2.55. I tried the Elecard decoders, but I get a error unable to register dsbviewer.ocx.
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