[mythtv-users] Upscaling SD content on an HDTV set

jedi at mishnet.org jedi at mishnet.org
Fri Nov 2 14:40:59 UTC 2007

> On Oct 27, 2007 10:09 PM, David Fishburn <dfishburn.mythtv at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> If someone has any feedback regarding this, please pass it along.
>> TIA,
>> Dave
> Considering the size of TV you're going for, a good compromise is
> what's most common out there, a 720p set (i.e. native display is still
> progressive, not interlaced).  I haven't looked at the specs of the
> individual sets you listed.  I run my 42" Olevia at it's native res
> (well, darn close to it, at 1360x768).  So myth does the scaling.  I
> have to admit I'm still not pleased with the result so I'm watching
> threads like this for tips as well.  For example, which deinterlacing
> method might be best for 480i SD content.  My eyes might be tricking

     So far I have not been satisfied with any of the de-interlacing
options so I just keep that feature turned off entirely. I have my
frontend connected to my TV directly through it's RGB port.

      It's a 720p set and runs at 1280x720 through the RGB port.


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