[mythtv-users] Recommended GUI dimensions/setup to deal with
overscan @ 1920x1080i
Ali Asad Lotia
ali.asad.lotia at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 16:28:50 UTC 2005
Upon reading your post, I noticed that you were using component video
outs. I'm connecting to a Standard Def TV and would like to use the
component out. When I boot up using the component out, I can see color
in the console (prompt, directory listings), but as soon as I start X,
the color is extremely muted. The only thing I can make out is the
bright red which appears slightly pinkish. The rest of the colors
appear black and white, or are so muted that I cannot make them out.
The colors are fine when using the S-Video output on the breakout box.
I am using a 256MB GeForce 6600 PCI Express card (Gigabyte
GV-NX66256DP). The TVOutFormat setting in xorg.conf is set to SVIDEO.
Have you, or anyone else on this list experienced something similar.
If so, could you please share how you solved it.
On 8/29/05, Dan Christian <dac at x.cx> wrote:
> I was using component out, and it wasn't clear if this was included or not.
> In fact, the component out signal works better with typical overscan, but not
> really enough. DVI is, of course, sharper; but you see more with component.
> Can't win, really.
> On Sunday 28 August 2005 09:02 am, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> > Dan Christian wrote:
> > >By the way, the overscan settings for my NVIDIA 6600GT card had no effect
> > > at HDTV resolutions.
> > NVIDIA's overscan settings only affect TV out (thus the name
> > "TVOverScan") on cards with the NVIDIA or Conexant TV encoders. Since
> > HDTV resolutions cannot be output via the S-Video/Composite TV out port,
> > overscan settings will not affect HDTV output (which is via the
> > VGA/DVI/HDMI ports and not using the NVIDIA or Conexant TV encoder).
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