[mythtv] video shifted to right w/ green line of noise on left
mythtv-dev at snowman.net
Thu Jan 2 22:26:22 EST 2003
Thats odd. Overscanning should clip off those artifacts. At least in
the CVS version. Not the other way around. Unless you had "underscan"
On 2 Jan, Mark Musone wrote:
> I had the same problem.....Rage IIc too..
> i fixed it by changing some value in the settings.txt file..
> i dont have it in front of me right now, but it's some Scale or offset percentage..
> it's set to 5 by default..i changed it to zero and it fixed it..
> oh..it's these settings:
> # How much do we chop (or add)? %, 0 - 100
> int VertScanPercentage=1
> int HorizScanPercentage=1
> # How much do we offset the picture?
> int xScanDisplacement=0
> int yScanDisplacement=0
> I changed the Scan Percentages to zero and it fixed it....
> On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 10:31:59AM -0600, Monty Walls wrote:
>> On Thu, 02 Jan 2003 07:34:41 -0500 (EST)
>> "Samuel H. Powers" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Just got Myth installed for the first time on an Athlon 1.3 w/ a WinTV
>> > Go board. When I click on watchTV, the video signal comes up, but its
>> > noticeably shifted right with a green bar of noise running down the
>> > left. If I record a show. the green line and shifted video are also
>> > transferred to the recording. I'm running on a fresh install of
>> > Mandrake 9. Any help is appreciated.
>> > -Hunter
>> ATI rage IIc by any chance?
>> -Monty Walls (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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