Hey, thanks for this! I don't have a Blu-Ray drive and I planned to use my new TV as a HTPC anyway so this is perfect
One quick question:
Under "Adjust Video Color Settings" in nVidia control panel I have it set to "with the video player settings"
Then I'm using MPC-HC with Haali's renderer to view the MP4 Files (since this is what I use most for my HD content)
in Haali I have settings: Luma (16-235) YUV Colorspace (Bt.709) and I can get the black clipping test bars perfect for my LCD
On my CRT television I can only get 18-25 bars blinking no matter what I change (is this good enough?) If I change to 0-255 I can get 4-25 to blink on my CRT and I think I could adjust down from there. Should I keep it at 16-235 for my CRT or use 0-255 and adjust it?
And I have one other unrelated question (I know this topic is meant for LCD & such but I'm not sure where else to ask)
My CRT has bad over scan issues, I can go into the service menu and adjust it but the sides end up pretty distorted. So I stumbled upon an option in my nVidia's Control Panel called "Adjust desktop Size and Position" and I can use it to completely correct the overscan on my CRT. Should I use that nVidia option or use the service menu to adjust the overscan? I'm not sure if I'm losing pixels or resolution or anything weird like that with doing either of these so that's why I'm asking.
Edit// Hey, I just found out I can adjust image size & position in MPC-HC also, so I could adjust it to where it fits 1:1 on my screen in there and save it. (Argh I'm so confused on which option I should do)