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psipguide.C
PostForum: General Topics   Posted: Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:20 pm   Subject: no psipguide but pchdtvr
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I never had psipguide, but I still have some source code to inkling's pchdtvr, which extracts program data. www.nop.org seems no longer operative, but I think I'm allowed to hand out the code.
Will HD-5500 fit in an Antec Minuet 350 case?
PostForum: Installation/Setup   Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2008 6:53 pm   Subject: Will HD-5500 fit in an Antec Minuet 350 case?
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I like the looks of the Antec Minuet 350 as a case for HTPC.
With a micro-ATX motherboard and good onboard graphics I should be good to go. But I must have my Linux HDTV! The HD-5500 claims to be l ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 2:19 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
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To build the Nvidia driver 7676 with kernel 2.6.17
Edit nv-linux.h to turn off NV_POWER_SUPPORT_APM
(or whatever it is) regardless of config settings.
Modify Makefile.kbuild and add this ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:47 am   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
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As per above, I reverted to Nvidia 7676 and am a happy camper.
It requires a bit of ingenuity to compile it against a 2.6.16 kernel or 2.6.17 kernel, but nothing too bad...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:17 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
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Replies: 65
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I just tried

What version of the Nvidia driver are you using?
1080i output via DVI?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 10:30 am   Subject: 1080i output via DVI?
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Replies: 5
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I'm about to leave town for two weeks but will download your sample and do some more experiments when I get back. (I'm also starting to wonder if maybe the MPEG decoder on the TV is doing slightly be ...
1080i output via DVI?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 2:53 pm   Subject: 1080i output via DVI?
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The deinterlacing is great. I'm very familiar with seeing 1080i content without deinterlacing: the infamous 'mouse teeth' are very prominent. With the bob-deinterlace patch, no mouse teeth, pretty s ...
1080i output via DVI?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 9:33 pm   Subject: 1080i output via DVI?
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I recently bought a TV that accepts both 1080i and 1080p signals from the HDMI input. I've been using mplayer with XvMC and an Nvidia GeForce 6600 (fanless) with Nvidia driver version 7676 and Scott ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 9:16 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
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Replies: 65
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Just finished testing several nvidia drivers. Interesting results.

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7676 | 2.6.17 | 35 | 0 | constant cpu usage *
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8774 | 2.6.17 | 35 | 0 | growing cpu. maxed a ...
1080i playback - What does it take?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2006 7:15 pm   Subject: Nvidia XvMC deinterlacing patches?
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Another issue with deinterlacing 1080i is that most forms of deinterlacing will display 30 frames per second instead of 60 fields per second....
I know mplayer and xine don't update the display for e ...
removing commercials from an MPEG2 file
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 4:18 pm   Subject: Re: deleting commercials with new atscut
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Replies: 42
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Some receivers can switch between DD5.1 and DD2.0 almost instantly. Others like my Panasonic SA-XR70 will give you about a one second drop out when the format changes.

This is most annoying in t ...
removing commercials from an MPEG2 file
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:42 pm   Subject: deleting commercials with new atscut
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I tried atscut with the new IPB trick but didn't have much luck. Did get a few cuts near commercial boundaries, but not very consistently. Plus I had no idea what to do with the mysterious binary ou ...
Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 4:32 pm   Subject: Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
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OK, I did some digging, and the magic is
xine -V xxmc ...
Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 8:18 pm   Subject: Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
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Hi Scott,

I was that other poster. I've gotten zero nibbles on the bug report I've posted.

Unfortunately I can't really switch to xine because my CPU doesn't have enough horses to display HDTV ...
Analog TV quality on HD3000 pretty good
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 8:17 pm   Subject: Re: Analog TV quality on HD3000 pretty good
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Replies: 2
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One cool feature I found while messing around is that you could watch analog content using the S-VIDEO or composite input and capture a digital stream at the same time!
Tony

How do you capture f ...
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