[mythtv-users] questions re Component Out with Nvidia 6150

Jarod Wilson lists at wilsonet.com
Wed Jan 24 05:34:56 UTC 2007

On Jan 23, 2007, at 23:56, Kirk Bocek wrote:

> Okay, this is partly directed at Jarod: what do you mean  
> 1920x1080i? This is a
> PC creating output on a display card. PC displays haven't been  
> interlaced for
> over a decade. (Early XGA or CGA+? My memory isn't what it used to  
> be.)
> How do you output 1080i on a PC?

Specify a 1920x1080 interlaced output mode. Modern nVidia cards do  
indeed support doing just that -- interlaced mode support has made a  
comeback with the rise in popularity of the HDTV. :)

> Craig Courtney wrote:
>> Exact same here.  I'm driving my old CRT projection HD tv at
>> 1920x1080i without problems using the same setup.  I can't do bob
>> with 1920x1080i feeds but I can do kernel.  720p feeds have no
>> problem on any settings.
>> Craig
>> On Jan 23, 2007, at 10:29 PM, Paul Bender wrote:
>>> Kirk Bocek wrote:
>>>> Hey all you 5200 vs. 6200 people: where does the 6150 fit in the
>>>> scheme of all
>>>> things Myth?
>>>> It would be sweet to have HD capable video built into the MB.
>>> I have a Myth frontend that uses a 6150 based motherboard with an  
>>> AMD
>>> Athlon64 3200+. Enabling XvMC support does not give me much of a CPU
>>> load reduction. However, since I am able to play back HDTV without
>>> XvMC,
>>> it has not bothered me too much.

Jarod Wilson
jarod at wilsonet.com

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