[mythtv-users] MythTV & Linux Newbie - A few ?'s
obscure411 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 12:49:05 EST 2005
Thank you for the prompt response; I will try xvidtune. I didn't know there
was such an animal (as I said, I'm a total Linux newbie), but figured there
had to be a utility for this in there somewhere.
As far as TwinView, I did some googling and I think I've got a working
xorg.conf to try after work today.
One more question:
I've read in the archives that the MCE remote will work, but what about the
IR blaster? Will this have to be replaced with on from irblaster.info or
Thanks again for your help!
On 12/21/05, Kevin Kuphal <kuphal at dls.net> wrote:
> obscure information. wrote:
> > * Once Linux begins to boot, I can no longer see the video output on
> > my monitor, only my television. Is this normal, or did I mess
> > something up while configuring TV-Out?
> This is normal.
> > * If normal, is there any way to make it output the signal to both?
> > As I haven't fully 'tweaked' everything yet, the output signal to the
> > TV leaves something to be desired when looking at smaller text or
> > working in the console.
> Yes. I think nVidia calls this TwinView or something like that
> > * What is the recommended resolution to output to the TV? I've got
> > mine at 1024 x 768 on a standard 4:3 32" screen. Should I be dropping
> > this down to something more realistic like 640 x 480?
> Myth screens for 4:3 are built for 800x600 resolution in the menus and
> this is what I use.
> > * The output to the TV is slightly off center. I've messed with the
> > overscan settings in nvidia-setup but even afterwards the vertical
> > picture is off by about 3/4" from the top. How can I adjust the
> > vertical position?
> Maybe try xvidtune?
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