On Fri, Aug 10, 2007 at 02:40:57PM +0300, Pasi Kärkkäinen wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 06, 2007 at 12:24:14AM +0200, Georg Acher wrote:
> > On Sun, Aug 05, 2007 at 10:59:21PM +0100, Torgeir Veimo wrote:
> > > Hmm, a bit confusing.. Your saying that it's a component signal, not
> > > composite nor s-video? And you can only have output on both if the
> > You can have it all for 576i, for other resolutions it's only YUV. The DAC
> > is a Focus FS453 with 4 analog outputs. Usually 3 of them are YUV and the
> > remaining is composite. But you can switch the YUV to YC.
> > > driver is set to output 576p? Or are you saying you can have output
> > > on both, but only as 576i if the driver sets a mode for 576p on the
> > > HDMI output?
> > There's always output on HDMI and YUV with the same resolution, except 576p.
> > There you can also have 576i on YUV/YC/CVBS.
> Just to make it absolutely clear and sum it up..
> Available outputs:
> 576i: HDMI, Component (YUV), Svideo, Composite
> 576p: HDMI, Component (YUV) both 576p/i, Svideo (576i), Composite (576i)
> 720p: HDMI and Component (YUV)
> 1080i: HDMI and Component (YUV)
> 1080p: Not supported?
> And for 576i/p you can have both component and composite at the same time,
> or then only svideo from the analog output?
> What kind of scaling is supported by the card?
> Also, is MPEG1 decoding supported? I guess that's the easiest format to
> encode to if wanting to play videos encoded with non-supported codecs..
.. and one more thing in addition to the earlier questions..
Should this card be able to play other types of MPEG4 than h.264? XVID, Divx
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