curtis at penguinbrat.com
Thu Jan 8 10:31:57 EST 2004
On the quality of the 350's tv out... How would it compare to an AT8500
-> connected to a 57" hitachi hdtv (widescreen) via DVI (720x480)? The
only thing that sux about this setup is that the sharpness can be a big
factor, and its at least 2x less sharp through a 250... Also since Im
asking - I have a Sb Audigy (v1), but cant get to the AC3 pass through
goodies, because I can only use the audio from the encoded stream - does
anyone know a way around this? Would the 350 be anybetter?
On Thu, 2004-01-08 at 17:58, Joseph A. Caputo wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 January 2004 23:06, Yuri wrote:
> > Hmm, could you please explain the difference?
> > Encoding would be from video to digital (hdd) or the other way
> > around?
> Both the 250 & 350 do hardware encoding (i.e., converting the input TV
> signal to MPEG1/2 so that it takes up less disk space).
> Only the 350 does hardware decoding (converting the MPEG1/2 data back to
> raw video for viewing on a monitor or TV).
> Only the 350 has an integrated TV-out (output of the decoded stream to
> TV). Other solutions require a separate TV-out method (video card with
> integrated TV-out, external VGA scan converter, etc). However, note
> that the quality of the picture on the 350's TV-out is reportedly far
> better than anything you'll get from any consumer grade video card or
> VGA scan converter; I hear it's about on par with standalone A/V
> encode::decode as compress::uncompress
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