[mythtv-users] Setting overscan with PVR-350 TV out?
john.p.harvey at btinternet.com
Mon Dec 6 21:19:21 UTC 2004
I believe it cant be done by any other means than reducing the pixel count.
IVTV can't do it at the moment but when it will be able to all it will do is
reduce the pixel count as well so using things like ratpoison will achieve
the same thing.
But if you really believe the PC software can do this for the 350 then that
is interesting since maybe there is something that we've missed. However I
have no idea how we would do this at the moment and I don't believe anyone
else working on ivtv knows how to either.
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> bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Dan Wilga
> Sent: 06 December 2004 20:15
> To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> Subject: [mythtv-users] Setting overscan with PVR-350 TV out?
> I would like to reduce the overscan of the PVR-350's TV out, because
> the image is too large for my TV right now, and I can't see a lot of
> X's output.
> I realize that I can set MythTV to run in a window, but that doesn't
> help other X apps, or the desktop itself. I know I can run a program
> like "ratpoison" to do reduce the number of pixels X makes use of,
> but then I end up with even less screen real estate to work with
> outside of MythTV. 720 x 480 is small enough already.
> I've Googled this topic extensively, and gotten responses ranging
> anywhere from "you simply can't do that," to "this feature has been
> in ivtv for some time now" (without any mention of HOW to actually do
> it!) Playing with the modeline has no effect that I can see.
> So, if it can be done, how? I know it must be possible (maybe by
> playing with the chip registers using ivtvctl?) because the PC
> software has this option.
> Dan Wilga dwilga at mtholyoke.edu
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