[mythtv-users] M2NPV, nvidia/X11 settings
adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 00:41:52 UTC 2007
On 4/5/07, Mark A. O'Neil <mark.a.oneil at dartmouth.edu> wrote:
> On Apr 5, 2007, at 2:44 PM, Steven Adeff wrote:
> > all blue? but you can read desktop text?
> Heh - my bad. Would have been better to have said - no red and green, just
> the blue component - so the image is there just all blue....
> > you could also be mistaking the scaling being done. Have you tried
> > projecting to a screen the size of your LCD?
> No I have not I will add that to my list of tests for this weekend.
> > basically. I mean, if you get X to output a signal that your projector
> > accepts then MythTV should be set from there, there should be nothing
> > special in any of this, as many of us on this list have working
> > component and DVI output working fine and was as simple as using the
> > correct modeline.
> > I don't see why if you have xorg setup properly to use component
> > output you should have any issues with the projector. One thing I just
> > thought of, turn the "sharpness" setting all the way down (usually
> > zero), or possibly to "1", this could be causing unintended blurring.
> I think we are in agreement then, as that is pretty much what I was thinking
> - myth performance/quality is a separate issue. Oh I'd bet the sharpness is
> up a bit - I'll turn it down.
> I think in addition to the modeline it is also important to instruct the
> 6150 to use the proper component settings (hence no R&G) and I think I just
> found those.
cool =) though I still think you should spend the money on HDMI/DVI,
especially if you have to run a long cable.
> > Well, once you figure it out, make sure to update the wiki with what
> > you found to work.
> Always happy to give back to the community, once I know something works.
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