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Old 12-31-06, 07:17 PM   #13
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Default Re: Optimal PAL Video Out

Correct, PAL is currently not supported by the driver when used with HD modes.
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Old 12-31-06, 07:32 PM   #14
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Correct, PAL is currently not supported by the driver when used with HD modes.
That's great news! I hope it will be supported at some point.
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Old 03-05-07, 06:42 AM   #15
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Correct, PAL is currently not supported by the driver when used with HD modes.
Are there any estimates as to when the HD modes will support PAL?

I bought a 7600GT card with the impression, that it (and the X driver) was capable of producing a usable Component/RGB TV-out signal. Finding out this isn't the case, leaves me with a slight sense of being cheated.

Also, are there any plans on a PureVideo equivalent for the X driver?
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Old 03-05-07, 07:15 AM   #16
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Picture looks good alignment wise but I get bad motion "juddering" which is caused by interlacing or maybe the 50/60Hz issue - I'm not sure which.
Sounds like the "3:2 pulldown" problem: a cinema movie has 24 frames
per second. For 50Hz PAL, movies are played slightly faster so that one
movie frames fits into two PAL half frames. In case your display device
can only operate at 60Hz, then 24 frames do not nicely fit and result
in a jerky picture. (check google/wikipedia for more details).

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