Matthias Becker a écrit : > and what about anamorphic material? > A 16:9 SD broadcast in fact still is 4:3 but is streached by the TV to > 16:9 to look ok (no egg-heads). > Wouldn't it be correct also to draw the OSD anamorphic so that is not > screached by the TV? > > Did you get the point? It's somehow difficult to describe this topic for me.
With today's pixel-displays, we'd like to avoid all scaling, stretching, etc. done by the panel itself. ie. like Rolf said, always output from the computer at panel resolution, with 1:1 pixel mapping. Video would be scaled, but not the OSD. > Regards, > Matthias > > 2009/5/4 Rolf Ahrenberg <rahre...@cc.hut.fi>: >> On Mon, 4 May 2009, Falk Spitzberg wrote: >> >>> The OSD should adopt to the size of the video material. If that is >>> scaled to some non TV screen size, the OSD is scaled by the same factor. >> I still disagree. If you scale down your OSD to video resolution (i.e. >> 544x576) and afterwards scale up the both video and OSD to output >> resolution (i.e. 1280x720), the OSD really looks crap due to scaling >> artefacts. -- NH _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr