On 02/12/2008, Tony Houghton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Dec 2008 00:05:54 +0200
>  "Alex Betis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  > Right now I've set with XV video and I have about 12-15% CPU with cheap
>  > tvtime (mplayer mode) deinterlacing
>  > and 18-20% CPU with non-cheap deinterlacing mode which in my opinion gives
>  > best results I could find so far.
>  >
>  > OpenGL takes about 2-3% more than that.
> According to
> <http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Development:_The_DVB_Decoder_Challenge#Deinterlacing>
>  it should be possible to use OpenGL to mimic a CRT TV's phosphor for
>  deinterlacing but I haven't seen or even heard of the idea put into
>  practice.

What ever happened to RGB PAL output patch? According to that you
don't need a deinterlacer, just a pc of hardware that converts the
d-sub/vga connector to RGB if I'm not mistaken.

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