[mythtv-users] Offset video?
Rich.West at wesmo.com
Wed Jan 3 18:20:54 UTC 2007
Rich West wrote:
> Rich West wrote:
>> I moved my test frontend down to our main television since our DirecTivo
>> is out of commission pending a hard drive replacement. Now, I know I
>> posted about this earlier (and someone responded), but I cannot seem to
>> find the response I got in order to test things out.
>> The situation is this:
>> When viewing LiveTV, a Recorded Program, or a Video, there is a black
>> bar at the left side of the screen and at the top of the screen.
>> When going through the menus, all of the menus display properly, filling
>> the screen from edge to edge.
>> I noticed this problem when it was plugged in (via S-Video) to our 27
>> inch CRT, but, since I was just testing the unit, it wasn't all that
>> high on the list of things to debug. Now that I was forced to move this
>> in to "production", this got bumped up higher on my list.
>> I'm not sure where to even start in order to debug this. I know it
>> isn't the TV since this problem followed the system from one TV to another.
> I should follow up that I am using an nVidia 6200..
> Oh, wait.. maybe in the nvidia settings app. I just adjusted the
> "Overscan" from the default of "13" to "15" which seems to have helped
> with the display of the video.
Adjusting the overscan seemed to help a bit, but it still doesn't seem
quite right. I managed (via VNC, so the image resolution is horrible)
to capture a still image of the video I am getting
(http://www.wesmo.com/Myth.png), and you can see the black bar at the
left side of the image. All of the channels are recorded that way. It
is as if the image is shifted slightly to the left.
Now, I don't have this problem via the Tivo (I had to resurrect it since
I wasn't 100% ready to switch everything over to MythTV) or any of our
other TV's via the DirecTv RCA set top box that we have.
Is this, possibly, something with the PVR-150 that needs to be set on
the backend system?
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