[mythtv-users] Nvidia quarks, please explain.

Blammo blammo.doh at gmail.com
Sun Jul 10 23:27:57 EDT 2005

On 7/4/05, Donavan Stanley <geckofiend at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Something that would change the dynamic a little, would be to allow
> > per-source-resolution filter choices. 720x480 you want deint and
> > denoise. 1280x720 needs neither one. 1920x1080 needs deint, etc.
> What you really want is denoise on the stddef channels and not on the
> highdef which you can do with per channel output filters.  That
> combined with bob would probably get you a watchable display.

You're not talking about recording filters, correct? (which don't work
with hardware MPEG cards)

I've thought in the past it would make sense  to be able to pre-filter
pre-deint on a recording. Maybe make it a transcode option. Then
everybody could have kerndeint and/or hqdn3d on playback no matter how
powerful the playback machine was.

While it would be useful to set playback filters on a per channel
basis, (And it sounds like it may be possible now, but not sure how),
it would also be GREAT to be able to set playback options on a
source-resolution basis, especially since most FTA/OTA channels don't
broadcast in HD all the time, or at least in 16.9.

Anyone aware of anything like this currently under dev?

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