[mythtv-users] Tricks for calibrating X on PVR-350 output
gaberubin at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 20:07:56 UTC 2004
Thanks for the info. I leave myth on also 24/7 but I have some
marginal hardware (an cyntax mobo w/ integrated VIA CPU) so it tends
to crash bout once a week. Not a huge issue, but anything to speed it
up (which rat poison does very well) is something I am looking to do.
> Personally, the delay of the scaling doesn't bother
> me, since I leave my MythTV machine running 24/7 (I
> use the same PC for the frontend and backend). Of
> course, not everybody is in the same situation.
> -- Joe
> --- Gabe Rubin <gaberubin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This is awesome. I am finally able to get a better
> > screen using both
> > this, and changing to ratpoison (and it makes
> > startup times quicker by
> > about 10-15 seconds too when i dont need to load up
> > KDE!)
> > I used slightly different values than those others
> > have used, and have
> > two questions.
> > 1) is it possible to have the OSD (I believe that is
> > what it is) --
> > the portion that tells you what program you are
> > watching and gives a
> > description when you change channels -- to contain
> > the full
> > description info? It cuts out at 1 line of
> > description, and would be
> > helpful if it had 2 or more lines. I always assumed
> > it did, but just
> > could not see it, now I see that is not the case.
> > 2) are there values that I should aim for with the
> > GuiHeight and
> > GuiWidth that will make the prescaling of images
> > faster? It seemed to
> > be faster when I plugged in certain numbers...should
> > they be in some
> > proportion to each other to make the pre-scaling go
> > faster?
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