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[vdr] Re: choosing a FF card
Rainer Zocholl wrote:
Your question was quoted away, so i assume your problem is,
that you want to convert Hiresolution VGA to High Quality TV(RGB)?
pretty much, yes...
There are much cheaper devices with quite good quality
for approx. 80/100 Euro, for example by "Trust" called "TeleViewer V2".
Well, my first thought is that it doesnt look like the device can handle
field sync, and it also doesnt appear to actually support native PAL
Those devices are intended for "presentations" so the Signal
Quality is quite good. (Don't be irretated by the funny, unprofessinal
looking mouse like cases "Trust" uses. The internal technique is OK ;-)).
what Im really after is a video output that is full frame PAL format
(768x576) and supports field sync, such that the video player (xine,
mplayer, whatever) can use that to display the correct frame for an
I guess my problem space is that I want to be able to display
interlaced source -> interlaced output
progressive source -> interlaced output
but I want at the same time to not need much CPU grunt.
the tricky one is the progressive source which would need to somehow be
re-interlaced - god knows how thats done. but I'd be happy with merely
the interlaced source being displayed without losing half the vertical
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