[mythtv-users] MythTV - First Installation
henrik.list at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 20:32:29 UTC 2007
W toogles aspect ratio modes.
It seems like your hardware is more than enough, what deinterlacin algorithm
do you use, kerneldeint is best in my opinion.
Use standard decoder ffmpeg, this and deinterlacing is under settings, tv,
playback or similar.
If you playback your videofiles with mplayer or vlc do they also have
On 2/12/07, Santiago Almenara <salmenara at bcp.com.pe> wrote:
> Finally, I could installed MythTV in my system.
> My specs are:
> Machine: Dell Inspiron 6400
> Processor: Intel Core Duo 1.83 Ghz
> RAM: 1 GB
> HDD: 80 GB
> Video: ATI Mobility X1300
> Display: 1280 x 800
> Distro: Ubuntu Edgy
> Myth version: the one bundled with Ubuntu Edgy.
> Tuner: Hauppauge PVR-USB2
> Same machine it's the BE & FE
> I don't think it is underpowered if I only use it for SD. The problem is
> that when I watch Live TV, video seems interlaced and very slow, audio is
> When I watch a recorded show, video is stil interlaced, slow…. and jitter
> Another problem is that I'd like to watch TV (live or recorded) in 4x3
> mode, with vertical lines in left & right sides, and not the complete screen
> (1280x800 = 16x10 mode). Is it possible??
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