[mythtv] [PATCH] ViaSlice QMatrix
lstein at cshl.edu
Sat Jul 17 12:24:50 EDT 2004
libddmpeg-1.7b works fine on my system both with and without the
viaslice-reverse patch (I don't actually see any visual differences after
applying the reverse patch).
When I set resolution to 1280x1024 switching into and out of live TV mode
still throws the mythtv menus into "shaking text" state. Watching a
software-transcoded recording fixes the problem. Lower X resolutions do not
show this problem.
I would actually prefer to run in 1280x1024 because it is an LCD screen and at
lower resolutions the mythtv menus have a bad case of jaggies. Using xrandr
to switch into a lower resolution mode during TV watching seems to work ok,
but when I switch to watching a video using mythvideo, the fullscreen video
is reduced in size to the lower resolution.
Again, thanks for all the work on this.
On Friday 16 July 2004 06:37 pm, Kenneth Aafl°y wrote:
> On Saturday 17 July 2004 00:02, you wrote:
> > I can reproduce the shaking text bug by setting my resolution to
> > 1280x1024, switching into live tv mode, and then switching back to
> > the mythtv menu. The screen looks like it's painted on the tips of
> > grass blowing violently in the breeze. Watching a video using
> > mplayer fixes the issue. Live tv mode looks fine throughout.
> Nice poetic description, which I could write like that :(
> > Ken, is there any reason to use libddmpeg 1.7 other than the field
> > reversal? I mean, is it just code aesthetics?
> Sorry about the really short reply, but I've had a 'few' bears. It's not
> just code asthetics, as it contains a removal of a delay(1), which means it
> will probe the register which contains the status of the image flip status
> continuasly, instead of waiting the minimum delay(1) which is far larger
> than 1.
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