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

Nick Rout nick.rout at gmail.com
Wed May 26 10:07:48 UTC 2010

On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 9:16 PM, Paul Gardiner <lists at glidos.net> wrote:
> 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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