Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-21 Thread Stephan Loescher
Hi! As an USB receiver I use the TeVii S660. Works fine. Regards, Stephan. Am 02/16/13 14:09, schrieb th_zieg...@gmx.de: Hi, Are there any VDR-compatible (I'm using e-tobi 1.7.29) HD test clips, available somewhere on the net or can s.o. provide one? For better comparisson with SD, the a

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-17 Thread Joerg Riechardt
Am 17.02.2013 02:17, schrieb VDR User: On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Gerald Dachs v...@dachsweb.de wrote: If you want the highest quality deinterlacing on 1080i, a GT220 is required. A GT610 is good enough, costs only the half and it is much easier to cool it quietly. I've read the

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread Matthias Fechner
Am 16.02.13 14:09, schrieb th_zieg...@gmx.de: Any other hints regarding what USB DVB-S receiver, sat-dish, etc. works well is also welcome. as sat-dish I can recommend kathrein (90cm) with kathrein LNB. Is maybe more expensive than other companies, but you get the quality you pay. As

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread VDR User
On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 5:09 AM, th_zieg...@gmx.de wrote: Are there any VDR-compatible (I'm using e-tobi 1.7.29) HD test clips, available somewhere on the net or can s.o. provide one? There are many places hosting HD test clips. You can look at:

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread Gerald Dachs
Am 16.02.2013 17:14, schrieb VDR User: If you want the highest quality deinterlacing on 1080i, a GT220 is required. A GT610 is good enough, costs only the half and it is much easier to cool it quietly. Gerald !DSPAM:511fb59841991258417478! ___

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread Dr.-Ing. Thomas Ziegler
On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 08:14:33AM -0800, VDR User wrote: On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 5:09 AM, th_zieg...@gmx.de wrote: Are there any VDR-compatible (I'm using e-tobi 1.7.29) HD test clips, available somewhere on the net or can s.o. provide one? There are many places hosting HD test clips.

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread VDR User
On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 8:36 AM, Gerald Dachs v...@dachsweb.de wrote: If you want the highest quality deinterlacing on 1080i, a GT220 is required. A GT610 is good enough, costs only the half and it is much easier to cool it quietly. I've read the opposite -- that the GT610 struggle with

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread Gerald Dachs
Am 16.02.2013 21:28, schrieb VDR User: On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 8:36 AM, Gerald Dachs v...@dachsweb.de wrote: If you want the highest quality deinterlacing on 1080i, a GT220 is required. A GT610 is good enough, costs only the half and it is much easier to cool it quietly. I've read the

Re: [vdr] HD Test clip(s)

2013-02-16 Thread VDR User
On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Gerald Dachs v...@dachsweb.de wrote: If you want the highest quality deinterlacing on 1080i, a GT220 is required. A GT610 is good enough, costs only the half and it is much easier to cool it quietly. I've read the opposite -- that the GT610 struggle with