[mythtv-users] MythTV & Linux Newbie - A few ?'s
adeffs at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 12:57:30 EST 2005
On Wednesday 21 December 2005 11:41, Kevin Kuphal wrote:
> obscure information. wrote:
> > * Once Linux begins to boot, I can no longer see the video output on
> > my monitor, only my television. Is this normal, or did I mess
> > something up while configuring TV-Out?
> This is normal.
> > * If normal, is there any way to make it output the signal to both?
> > As I haven't fully 'tweaked' everything yet, the output signal to the
> > TV leaves something to be desired when looking at smaller text or
> > working in the console.
> Yes. I think nVidia calls this TwinView or something like that
> > * What is the recommended resolution to output to the TV? I've got
> > mine at 1024 x 768 on a standard 4:3 32" screen. Should I be dropping
> > this down to something more realistic like 640 x 480?
> Myth screens for 4:3 are built for 800x600 resolution in the menus and
> this is what I use.
> > * The output to the TV is slightly off center. I've messed with the
> > overscan settings in nvidia-setup but even afterwards the vertical
> > picture is off by about 3/4" from the top. How can I adjust the
> > vertical position?
> Maybe try xvidtune?
doesn't the nvidia drivers have seperate tuning parameters for tv out in
the .conf file?
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