[mythtv-users] Recording playback wavy/shaky with new TV...
andrew at koebbe.com
Sun Mar 29 02:55:23 UTC 2009
And for what it's worth, S-video out is working correctly on the new TV, but
obviously this defeats the purpose of buying a 1080p TV.
I didn't mention it, but I have tried all of the other deinterlacing
options, but none of them correct the problem.
If my description of the problem doesn't make any sense, the following is a
link to a photo of what it looks like.
On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 4:15 PM, Andrew Koebbe <andrew at koebbe.com> wrote:
> I'm a log time reader, first time poster.
> So I finally gave in and replaced my CRT TV with a 1080p LCD. I've got my
> frontend box plugged in via the VGA connector (I haven't picked up a DVI to
> HDMI cord yet).
> The frontend UI looks great, but when I play a recording the horizontal
> lines are offset and shaking. The recordings are untranscoded ATSC OTA
> captures. If I watch the mpeg file in VLC it works just fine, but if I put
> VLC in full screen mode, the shaky lines comeback.
> I tried putting Myth frontend in windowed mode and shrank the size down.
> When I did that, the video plays correctly. So it seems that full screen
> playback is the problem.
> When playing back a recording in fullscreen in Myth the OSD does not shake,
> only the Video. I've tried other payback profiles, but to no avail.
> The video card is a Nvidia 5200 and I'm using a DVI to VGA converter on the
> frontend box, in case either of those things mean anything.
> I understand that this really isn't an issue with Myth, but I was hoping
> that someone else has dealt with this and has any suggestions.
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