[mythtv-users] VDPAU Error: Failed to create output surface on acer (revo) 1600
Brian J. Murrell
brian at interlinx.bc.ca
Mon May 17 00:09:36 UTC 2010
On Sun, 2010-05-16 at 17:58 -0400, Joseph Fry wrote:
> I would wager that your various inputs can each have their own picture
Indeed, I'd likely agree. I just have not gone there yet.
> Most TV's allow that so that you can calibrate the display
> based upon the source.
Indeed it makes sense. Makes sense is not always reason enough for
manufacturers to do the right though. :-/
> of your other inputs will default to an oversaturated mess as that's
> what TV makers know will appeal to the masses.
Bleah. I can't imagine who would like this much over-saturation.
> Just check the picture settings for the other inputs, I'd bet if you
> set them the same as the PC input, the picture would be about the
Ahhh. I did consider that but the settings are the same on both the PC
designated DVI->HDMI input as the other two "normal" HDMI inputs.
I suspect, just like the PC HDMI doesn't overscan where the "normal"
inputs do, if there is a difference in the treatment of saturation, it's
being done internally. :-(
Thanx for the suggestions though.
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