[mythtv-users] Myth 0.14 - Version 1.0??
cedelis at uillinois.edu
Mon Feb 9 12:36:56 EST 2004
On Mon, Feb 09, 2004 at 11:12:32AM -0600, Donour Sizemore wrote:
> On Feb 9, 2004, at 10:46 AM, J. Donavan Stanley wrote:
> >papenfuss at juneau.me.vt.edu wrote:
> >>>I guess I should have been clearer... The ACCELERATED DRIVERS don't
> >>>support interlaced output. I figured it went without saying that 1)
> >>>X supports interlaced output and 2) Many video card chipsets support
> >>>interlaced output.
> >> Since not all video cards are NVIDIA (something which they're trying
> >>hard to remedy), I don't know that I'd accept that statement either.
> >>What is true is that the *NVidia binary drivers* do not support
> >>interlaced output. A number of other card/driver combinations do.
> >>Also remember that "accelerated" means different things. Strictly
> >>speaking, the 'nv' open-source driver is "accelerated" since it
> >>doesn't require the CPU to individually put each byte into the card's
> >>memory. It's not as fast as the 'nvidia' binary driver, nor does it
> >>support GL, etc, but it's still accelerated.
> >Oh for crying out loud you're making a religious issue out of a simple
> >statement. If there is a card with video drivers that support all
> >features of the card, and interlaced TV out then name it. After
> >searching the web for weeks, the ONLY card that I've seen that has
> >drivers available for all it's features PLUS interlaced TV out the the
> >Matrox G400, which is no longer available except as a bargain bin or
> >closeout item.
> LOTS of cards do. name a price range. The matrox 400 line is still
> It has very good 2d performance and image quality.
Do you (or anyone else on the list) know if it has comparable tvout quality
as the pvr350?
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