[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] Ticket #2381: Add support for CoreVideo when displaying on Mac OS X

Ashley Bostock abostock at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 13:08:13 UTC 2006

Do any deinterlacers actually work on the mac?  I'm asking as personally
I've never seen them work, I've tried them all and it doesn't seem to make
any difference to interlaced video (on Powerbook G4 running tiger).


On 9/29/06, MythTV <mythtv at cvs.mythtv.org> wrote:
> #2381: Add support for CoreVideo when displaying on Mac OS X
> -----------------------------+----------------------------------------------
> Reporter:  awk at awkward.org  |        Owner:  ijr
>      Type:  patch            |       Status:  new
> Priority:  minor            |    Milestone:  unknown
> Component:  mythtv           |      Version:  head
> Severity:  medium           |   Resolution:
> -----------------------------+----------------------------------------------
> Comment (by pdbailey at gmail.com):
> So, I've been using this patch (through its various iterations) against
> the svn head for a couple of weeks now, and I've noticed no problems with
> it.  I did set #define USE_DISPLAY_VIDEO_RECT to 0 though, as there's
> nothing that irritates me more than 4:3 content stretched to a 16:9 ratio.
> I'd be interested to know how much more work you're intending to do on it
> (using Display Link for example) before you think it's ready to be
> committed to svn?  Also (and forgive my ignorance here), how easily could
> deinterlacing filters using Core Image be written and integrated into the
> code?  Deinterlacing content for a progressive display (my iMac) is the
> area that I think that Myth is the most lacking at the moment
> (particularly as bob is unavailable on OS X).
> --
> Ticket URL: <http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/2381#comment:5>
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