[mythtv-users] How to get 1366x768?
toddvazquez at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 14 20:58:55 EDT 2005
ModeLine "1368x768" 85.5 1360 1424 1536 1792 768 771
776 794 -hsync -vsync
That's for 1368x768 @60Hz.
--- Todd Vazquez <toddvazquez at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I've got a Sharp Aquos with the same native
> resolution. I'll post the modeline I use when I get
> home tonight...
> I don't know what the configuration is for your set,
> but I had to choose "computer input" for the
> to work with my set and the modeline is for 1368
> instead of 1366 - something about the horizontal
> resolution having to be divisible by 8, only loose 1
> line of the image on each side of the screen. But,
> get a dot by dot image that looks incredible on
> high-def material.
> Can't remember what nVidia driver I'm using.
> --- Marcel Janssen <korgull at home.nl> wrote:
> > On Wednesday 29 June 2005 17:40, Glen Dragon
> > > FYI.. You will need the modeline as described
> > below. You will need to
> > > use nvidia 7167 (or earlier) rather than than
> > 7664. They broke high
> > > resolutions on LCDs in the 7664 release.
> > Just create a modeline using one of the available
> > modeline generators and try
> > them :
> > http://xtiming.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/xtiming.pl
> > Be careful to input valid data for your monitor
> > make sure you set that
> > data also correctly in your xorg.conf.
> > No need for that other OS at all.
> > regards,
> > Marcel
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