Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Pasi Kärkkäinen
On Tue, Jan 06, 2009 at 01:17:52AM +0200, Jukka Vaisanen wrote: Yes, it's a good idea to get 1:1 pixel mapping on your display. Double scaling (first pc, then display) is not a good idea, ever. But, some problems arise: HDMI uses DVI signalling for the video (and audio is hidden in a

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread jori.hamalainen
I don't know how to do the latter, and even if it is possible in all cases. In my setup, I have set up my video card to 1:1 to the panel I have (fullHD), since I have material in several different resolutions, This is the theory. But you need to remember that you are using TV set as a

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Seppo Ingalsuo
Jukka Vaisanen wrote: HDMI uses DVI signalling for the video (and audio is hidden in a vertical blanking time slot believe it or not) so it may seem like just another connector.. however in their finite wisdom the HDMI standardization people decided that HDMI will not support arbitrary

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Pasi Kärkkäinen
On Tue, Jan 06, 2009 at 01:17:52AM +0200, Jukka Vaisanen wrote: Yes, it's a good idea to get 1:1 pixel mapping on your display. Double scaling (first pc, then display) is not a good idea, ever. But, some problems arise: HDMI uses DVI signalling for the video (and audio is hidden in a

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Tony Houghton
On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 02:23:51 +0200 Jukka Vaisanen jukka.vaisa...@exomi.com wrote: 24p is just a framerate, in HD it's actually 1080p but with 24 frames per second instead of 60. There are also NTSC DVDs with 24p video but that's a whole different story that we won't get into.. Yes, I know, but

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Ville Aakko
2009/1/6 jori.hamalai...@teliasonera.com: I don't know how to do the latter, and even if it is possible in all cases. In my setup, I have set up my video card to 1:1 to the panel I have (fullHD), since I have material in several different resolutions, This is the theory. But you need to

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Tony Houghton
On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 04:29:55 + Scott sc...@waye.co.uk wrote: As Im just starting to get vdr working, I was wondering if 1:1 pixel mapping between the video card (nvidia onboard HDMI output) and my flat panel (Samsung plasma) is a waste of time. When looking at a computer generated image

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-06 Thread Ville Skyttä
On Tuesday 06 January 2009, Ville Aakko wrote: On my Sony it is called Täyskuiva (in finnish), Heh, is this spelling error yours or Sony's? :) ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

[vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-05 Thread Scott
As Im just starting to get vdr working, I was wondering if 1:1 pixel mapping between the video card (nvidia onboard HDMI output) and my flat panel (Samsung plasma) is a waste of time. When looking at a computer generated image like the desktop, its going to make a difference, but with

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-05 Thread Ville Aakko
2009/1/6 Scott sc...@waye.co.uk: As Im just starting to get vdr working, I was wondering if 1:1 pixel mapping between the video card (nvidia onboard HDMI output) and my flat panel (Samsung plasma) is a waste of time. When looking at a computer generated image like the desktop, its going to

Re: [vdr] 1:1 pixel mapping - a waste of time?

2009-01-05 Thread Tony Houghton
On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 01:17:52 +0200 Jukka Vaisanen jukka.vaisa...@exomi.com wrote: HDMI uses DVI signalling for the video (and audio is hidden in a vertical blanking time slot believe it or not) so it may seem like just another connector.. however in their finite wisdom the HDMI standardization