[mythtv-users] RE: nvidia new drivers hdtv/interlacing, any benefit for us non HDTV people?

David myth at dgreaves.com
Mon Jul 5 17:43:10 EDT 2004

Thomas Börkel wrote:

> HI!
> Isaac Richards wrote:
>>> OK, then please can someone explain to me, why a 720x576 video captured
>>> interlaced looks perfect when played back with the PVR-350 TV-out and
>>> looks blurry when played back to an NVideo TV-out at 800x600?
>> Well, for one, the pvr-350's displaying at 720x576, not 800x600.  Why 
>> would you be selecting a resolution that causes the card to scale the 
>> video?
> Good question. I guess, I just used one example configuration that I 
> found.
> I changed it now from 800x600 non-interlaced to 720x576 interlaced. 
> It's a little bit sharper now, I guess, but that was to be suspected 
> because of no scaling anymore. I see now some interlace effects more 
> clear also. So I am using kerneldeint now.
> But also background motion is more smooth now. I don't know why, but 
> this really helped for that.

How did you do that?
as I posted a while ago, when I try this I get:
   (WW) NVIDIA(0): Not using mode "720x576" (not a valid TV mode)


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