[mythtv-users] Re: nvidia fx5200 help please badly needed

quaff at clippersoft.net quaff at clippersoft.net
Wed Dec 29 02:10:16 UTC 2004

Just to say ditto - Using XvMC with the 5200 you get grayscale - w/o it
everything works perfectly - smooth and non-pixelated.  I thought XvMC was
more for VIA anyway...Whatever the case, it is not needed with the
5200/PVR250 combo...


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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of PAUL WILLIAMSON
Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2004 3:46 PM
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Subject: [mythtv-users] Re: nvidia fx5200 help please badly needed

>>> Neil <neil-on-mythtv at restricted.dyndns.org> 12/28/2004 3:33:58 PM
> Great to hear that! So what about that grey scale in OSD when using 
> xmvc, will that get fixed too?
> Thanks. 

I have no idea what XvMC does, but I'm pretty sure I'm not using it.  I have
my machine set up using Jarod's guide, and I think it's disaled by default
in ATrpms.

Same deal for grey scale OSD.  I'm not sure what all the isues are with it.
My On screen display is just fine.  I haven't fiddled with anything that
would make the OSD more or less transparent, so I'm not sure if it's broken
or if that's even what all the OSD hub-bub is about...


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