[mythtv-users] Pull my hair out over DVI->HDMI for my HDTV
tobias.hilbert at gmx.net
Fri Apr 8 08:36:05 UTC 2005
Am Friday, 8. April 2005 09:46 schrieb Tim Dorr:
> So, I've got a nice 52" JVC HD-ILA TV that has this wonderful HDMI
> connector on the back of it. I've been using just an svideo cable to it
> lately, so I figured why not upgrade to the digital era and get this
> thing plugged in. I bought a DVI->HDMI cable to plug the two together.
> In the machine, I have an Nvidia GeForce FX 5200. It works to the HDMI
> for the console (though, it's horribly cut off), and I can get it
> working with a 480p resolution. However, that offers me no specific
> advantage over what I had before. I'm looking to get up to 1080i or
> 720p, but there's a big problem: I'm getting this crazy
> horizontally-spliced image. It's as if horizontal lines are being
> jumbled up in a pattern on the screen.
try this one:
Modeline "1920x1080a" 74.184 1920 1960 2008 2200 1080 1084 1094 1124 -hsync -vsync interlace
I've got a HDTV Projektor Panasonic PA-AE700E and a FX5200.
Make sure you got the latest nvidia driver (1.0.7174 is the most recent version)
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