I'm having a problem with some videos played on the HTPC. It's fast enough
Windows 7 64bit
AMD 245e CPU
ATI 5450 PCI-E videocard
Onboard sound, coaxial/optical out
Pioneer LX-5090 plasma
DVI-HDMI to Yamaha AV amp, onto Samsung 24" monitor
HDMI-HDMI to Oppo switcher then onto Pioneer
Should I set the Pioneer to 24hz? If the movie is 24hz, should I do that or setting to 60hz ok for all videos?
For movies the Pioneer is set to primary and I just load up MPC and start the video. Dual display is set to single screen, as when I switch off the Samsung it seems to mess around with dual display then sets single display mode. So I just have the Pioneer to primary.
Media Player Home Cinema edition 64 bit.
There are a few options in ATI, I've disabled all the post processing except for de-interlace and enforce smooth video playback. I've noticed a few things like real time correction, vsync, etc. MPC HC is using the ATI hardware acceleration.
MPC HC has a ton of options, all I've done is set DTS/DD SPDIF output
I tried the movie in VLC and it seems to keep the audio in sync. But I prefer MPC HC.
I have tried other videos and some do go out of sync the longer I leave it. The tearing test looks fine.