[mythtv-users] Methods for perfecting NVidia TV Output (was 350 Tv Out vs. Nvidia 5200)

Tom Hughes tom at compton.nu
Fri Aug 26 20:37:51 UTC 2005

In message <5B78BDDC-05ED-4A96-9360-E01CF7B9F554 at cedinpro.com>
          Mats Cedergren <mythtv at cedinpro.com> wrote:

> I have a barebone case with an integrated nVidia Geforce 4 MX.
> Everything worked fine using my own VGA to SCART convertor for a
> while, but nVidia driver version 6629 was the last one to work with
> interlaced output. Every version I have tried since then does not
> work (using PAL 720x576). The problem is that 6629 does not compile
> on newer kernels (like 2.6.1x used in Fedora Core 4).

I'm using the 7667 drivers with a home brew VGA to SCART convertor
and it all works just fine. The driver accepts mode definitions that
ask for interlaced output and the picture displays with no problems.

These are the modes I'm using:

  ModeLine "704x576pali" 13.6 704 728 792 872 576 581 586 625 -hsync -vsync interlace
  ModeLine "720x576pali" 13.9 720 744 808 888 576 581 586 625 -hsync -vsync interlace

What actually happens when you try it?


Tom Hughes (tom at compton.nu)

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