[mythtv-users] ATI and intelaced modes

Jose Bernardo Silva jose.bandos at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 22:58:28 UTC 2007

On Nov 4, 2007 10:46 PM, Phil Vid <phil.vid at gmail.com> wrote:
> Has anyone had any experience getting ATI Radeon 9xxx series cards
> working with interlaced video modes? I have a spare one lying around
> and plan to do interlacing over DVI, all the way up to 1080i. My
> machine plays this content without XvMC fine on the Nvidia card so the
> CPU shouldn't be an issue.
> Nvidia don't seem to be bothering to respond to bug reports on
> interlacing/screen stretch issues with the current driver set.

Forget about ati. The fglrx driver ignores modelines, and the open
source radeon driver broke interlace in the latest versions (ie the
one in ubuntu gutsy). I still have some tv output using my vga->scart
cable because my tv works with a progressive 290 lines mode.

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