On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 09:54:18PM +0000, Scott Waye wrote:
> I want to replace my UK Sky digital box with VDR (I only want the free
> to air channels) for watching/recording TV over HDMI on my plasma. So
> far everything is working OK, I have vdr 1.7.3 and xine running on an
> ASUS M2N VM-HDMI (nvidia) mobo with the s2-liplianin drivers for my Nova
> SD2 card. My problem is interlacing. I've googled back through the
> archives and got a lot of info from there, however I still have one
> question and one request.
> If X is put into an interlaced mode (1920x1080i @ 50Hz), and I do not do
> any de interlacing in xine, why is this not the same as what my digibox
> does? I'm guessing it has something to do with xine outputting a
> complete frame when the broadcast sends each field? What I'd hope
> happen (for interlaced material) is that xine receives a field from VDR,
> scales it to the X resolution (halfed vertically of course) and sends it
> to the the graphics card which just passes it on to the TV which draws
> that field. That doesn't seem to happen so where have I gone wrong?
> There's a lot of options for tvtime in xine, TomsMoComp and full
> framerate seem popular. What settings are others using?
Please check this thread:
Those might help.. they're about getting pure 1:1 interlaced (576i) RGB
output from a VGA card.. and the new version also has some HDTV stuff, I guess.
I don't read german so i'm not familiar with that..
There are also patches to maintain perfect field sync to DVB stream to avoid
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