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Re: Crystalhd support and help

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Le 04/01/2012 00:17, Torgeir Veimo a écrit :

What does interlaced material look like? I'd assume you could use
tvtime output plugins to do deinterlacing, although it would increase
cpu usage?

For the moment, my new vdr box is not in real operation, I should first build a vga2scart to connect it to my old CRT TV set. I will use frame rate control as described here : http://frc.easy-vdr.de/ (Anyway I know that the visual improvement between SD and HD content will be very tiny on a CRT display.)

I see no image flaws on my PC monitor, though not using any deinterlacing filters. Only MPEG-2 material from SD channels, which seem to be decoded by software, not by the chip, look interlaced.




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