[mythtv-users] questions re Component Out with Nvidia 6150
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Wed Jan 24 05:48:45 UTC 2007
On Jan 24, 2007, at 00:29, Craig Courtney wrote:
> Keep in mind that these chips have two sets of output circuits VGA
> and TV Encoder. The VGA (either analog or digital through DVI) may
> very well not be capable of doing interlaced timings anymore
'Cept that it is. :)
> but the
> TV Encoder chip must deal with interlaced modes to deal with both
> ATSC and NTSC standards. Either way the only component on your
> system that knows the difference is the output circuits on the Video
> card. The operating system and applications see it as a full
> resolution frame buffer. How the video card sends this data to the
> display device can be completely different just like DVI-D and VGA
> are completely different types of signaling to the monitor.
> On Jan 23, 2007, at 11:56 PM, Kirk Bocek wrote:
>> Okay, this is partly directed at Jarod: what do you mean
>> 1920x1080i? This is a
>> PC creating output on a display card. PC displays haven't been
>> interlaced for
>> over a decade. (Early XGA or CGA+? My memory isn't what it used to
>> How do you output 1080i on a PC?
>> (Jarod, this is where my earlier question came from.)
>> Craig Courtney wrote:
>>> Exact same here. I'm driving my old CRT projection HD tv at
>>> 1920x1080i without problems using the same setup. I can't do bob
>>> with 1920x1080i feeds but I can do kernel. 720p feeds have no
>>> problem on any settings.
>>> On Jan 23, 2007, at 10:29 PM, Paul Bender wrote:
>>>> Kirk Bocek wrote:
>>>>> Hey all you 5200 vs. 6200 people: where does the 6150 fit in the
>>>>> scheme of all
>>>>> things Myth?
>>>>> It would be sweet to have HD capable video built into the MB.
>>>> I have a Myth frontend that uses a 6150 based motherboard with an
>>>> Athlon64 3200+. Enabling XvMC support does not give me much of a
>>>> load reduction. However, since I am able to play back HDTV without
>>>> it has not bothered me too much.
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