[mythtv-users] Mobo Advice - 7050/8200/690G/780G ?
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Thu Jun 12 14:27:58 UTC 2008
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 12:18 AM, Dan Wilga
<mythtv-users2 at dwilga-linux1.amherst.edu> wrote:
> At 9:32 AM -0400 6/11/08, Steven Adeff wrote:
>>On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 9:22 AM, Dan Wilga
>><mythtv-users2 at dwilga-linux1.amherst.edu> wrote:
>> > At 1:43 PM -0400 6/10/08, Steven Adeff wrote:
>> >>On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 1:33 PM, Dan Wilga
>> >><mythtv-users2 at dwilga-linux1.amherst.edu> wrote:
>> >> > I keep X (and Myth) running in 1080p all the time, and it works
>> >>> almost perfectly with a 5000+ processor. I say "almost" because I
>> >>> still get a tear during some scenes with fast motion.
>> > Unfortunately, that makes no difference, and neither do the vblank
>> > sync options in nvidia-settings. I can cause the location of the tear
>> > to change by forcing Myth to use a different vblank method, such as
>> > RTC or usleep, but it's still there. It's an interesting reverse-Z
>> > shape, kind of like this ASCII art:
>>odd, I wonder if the output frequency is wrong?
>>have you tried 720p output?
> Yes, and it's actually worse. I'm using a 1080p-native LCD TV, so
> it's also a bit less sharp due to scaling.
>> have you tried with an other deinterlacing method?
> Yes, and even setting the TV into 1080i and turning all deinterlace
> filters off in Myth. Same thing.
>>perhaps you need to dedicate more RAM to the card in your BIOS?
> There doesn't seem to be any way to do that in the BIOS. I did try
> changing the "framebuffer size" from "auto" to 64 Mb, but that didn't
> help. According to "lspci" it's still using 32 Mb.
> Dan Wilga "Ook."
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Stay clear of the ATI based motherboards. I have a 780G and I cannot
get satisfactory results with Xv + ATI. I have decided to get a
dedicated front end to solve the problem. Apple TV on it's way.
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