Originally Posted by pe1chl
I'm not sure that is a problem, this is standard with interlaced video. That is one reason why it is unfortunate that interlaced video was again chosen for a new broadcast standard.
You don't see this when the player de-interlaces the video, but when the interface between PC and TV is again interlaced this probably will degrade the picture as it is de-interlaced twice.
I don't want to misunderstand you so I have a question. Are you saying that the problem reported in this thread is not a bug, or are you specifically singling out what asdere stated was a manifestation of an interlacing bug? It seems the latter, but I want to make certain I understand what you are saying.