[mythtv-users] Correctly behaving 576i (or 480i) from vdpau-capable chip?

Paul Gardiner lists at glidos.net
Wed May 26 09:16:09 UTC 2010

Nick Rout wrote:
> On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 7:24 PM, Paul Gardiner <lists at glidos.net> wrote:
>> Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> On 24 May 2010 17:51, Paul Gardiner <lists at glidos.net> wrote:
>>>> That's the thing, the TV is pretty high end. It has something called
>>>> 600Hz intelligent frame creation, which makes motion smoother than
>>>> I've ever seen before from a TV. (It also causes the odd artifact
>>>> when it gets confused, but over all it's a definite win). That
>>> is that the LG one? they are the only ones who dare to use the word
>>> 600Hz TV AFAIK...
>> It's a Panasonic G20 series
>>> I would still use the Advanced 2X vdpau deinterlacers and see how it
>>> looks for you.. I'm sure you will be surprised.
>> Oh I definitely will. My guess is I'm not going to be able to tell
>> the difference between the TV and the frontend doing
>> scaling/deinterlacing, in which case I'll probably have the front
>> end do it, so that the menus will be in high res. I have my
>> Zotac ION board ordered so I'll no one way or the other soon.
> Also don't forget that even if you don't have a HD TV source to record
> HD material, there are plenty of other sources of HD material, eg
> backups of your legitimatly obtained bluray movies, etc.

Yes, but the TV may be able to do that directly via DLNA, so not
necessarily something to impact on my frontend setup.

> believe me there is a difference between watching a well ripped bluray
> at 720p or 1080p and watching a DVD or SD broadcast of the same, even
> with nice upscaling of the latter!

Oh I believe you!! BTW, what's the tool of choice these days for
backing up a BD?


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