[mythtv-users] Having problems / Need info on BOB Deinterlacing
james at logicland.co.uk
Sat Jun 3 17:42:10 UTC 2006
I have component out on my board. I tried not deinterlacing TV, and just
passing it straight down a 1080i component connection, let the TV handle
deinterlacing. Looks great, identical to sky (almost, need to try and get
the link a 50Hz instead of 60, and need to iron those few pauses I get). So,
if I can just get a DVI interlaced link, I should be set up perfectly.
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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Niels Dybdahl
Sent: 03 June 2006 14:54
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Having problems / Need info on BOB Deinterlacing
Have you tried the "kernel" deinterlacer in MythTV? You shouldn't get
the flickering of the OSD you get with bob. But if 25fps is too slow
for you then you'll have to use bob or try to get an interlaced signal
to your TV.
Note that if you are watching a "real" movie (created for a movie theater),
then the original frame rate is 24 frames per second. On PAL the movie is
shown at a higher pace so that it matches the 25 frames per second. In that
case there is no reason to try to achieve 50 frames per second.
The original posting mentioned ticker lines which are more likely in news
created for TV.
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