On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 04:29:55 +0000 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 like the desktop, its going to make a > difference, but with broadcast material (SD mostly), I imagine that > the material is scaled anyway to fit the resolution of the panel > (which in my case I think is 1024x720, but that has a bit of > overscan). So it wont be 1:1 anyway, or am I wrong here? I know > this is a bit off topic, but there seems to be a fair bit of > experience here.
With my TV I've tried running vdr-sxfe at 1360x...@60 (which the TV does accept over HDMI, but not VGA), 1280x...@50 and 720x...@50. Surprisingly 720x576 seems to look a bit rougher to me than the other two resolutions. I find 1280x720 is slightly better than 1360x768 for VDR because of the matching refresh rate. -- TH * http://www.realh.co.uk _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr