[mythtv-users] What is temporal spatial deinterlacing, and how do I get it?
mythtv.org at sethdaniel.org
Tue Feb 24 19:12:42 UTC 2009
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 08:38:31AM -0500, Tom Dexter wrote:
> I'll bet your poor results with disabling deinterlacing are due to the
> fact that the nvidia drivers don't output interlaced content
> correctly. Like everyone else with a native 1080i TV (I have a RPCRT)
> I shouldn't need any deinterlacing at all, but without it I get awful
> tearing. It's funny, I always though of that as an issue that only
> affects owners of 1080i native TVs...and I assumed that's why nVidia
> has ignored it altogether...but it never occured to me that those with
> superior deinterlacing in their TVs should be able to disable it
> (saving all that CPU usage) as well.
> This is why it's hard for me to get too exited about VDPAU, even
> though it does sound really great. I don't like the idea of depending
> on nVidias proprietary crap for anything more than I have to...I just
> recently stopped using opengl vsync (in favor or RTC) as it was
> causing lockups on my system. They've _never_ even acknowledged that
> 1080i issue in spite of years of threads about in on their forum. Not
> to mention their drivers appear to be getting buggier all the time.
> Personally I'm more looking forward to the day when there's a good
> non-nVidia solution for HD vi DVI or HDMI.
While I agree with everything you say I have to say that VDPAU is really
very nice...even for people (like me) with a native 1080i display.
Using 180.29 + VDPAU (for 0.21) + Bob 2x + that framerate doubling patch
I get fantastic video from 720p and 1080i sources while using about 5-6x
Yeah, you still have to patch the code. Yeah Nvidia has not
acknowledged the problem. Maybe I'm just easy to please but I really
like using VDPAU.
FWIW, I've mentioned on the nvnews site several times about tearing +
an interlaced display. I've received acknowledgments (which is more
than I ever got before) and bugs have been filed. So far it still
doesn't work the way I would expect, but I still have some hope. If you
haven't done so already I'd encourage you to try VDPAU and post your
results to one of the VDPAU threads at nvnews.
seth /\ sethdaniel.org
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