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Tim's Blending system from analogue way can be found here......

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=616364

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Now.....

Back to the cheap side of life.

I just noticed that Nvidia have released a new driver set.

Release 80 , 18 November 2005, version 81.67.

In looking through the old build versions it NOW shows that the "powerwall" edge blending from release 50 onwards ONLY works with Quadro fx3000 cards and above.

I know a number of people here at AVS have the fx1000 card.



It is as usual very vague on the upgrades however these 2 caught my eye

1. Improved performance under dual view - Dual view is used when blending

2. Improved performance with multiple overlapping windows - Im not 100% sure what this means but could it mean an improvement in the blend zone?




Gonna try and update my test machine later today - fingers crossed as this usually involves days to get a stable system back.............

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System back up and running........

I also think in prior threads I may have mentioned that this is able to only blend on one side....

Not true.......the system today allowed me to have a blend on all 4 side of the picture......

Im guessing last time I did not do it right......

Anyway some screen shots with just ONE pj at the moment.....


Trial Blend image - note the start of the blend area has vertical line, this can be removed with correct stting but I am just learning this!


Second showing different position of blend start - can be moved within settings


Blend control/setup options

Settings available as follows
ROLL OFF (H&V)
Specifies roll-off for the gradient used to introduce the Horizontal Luma value along blended horizontal display edges.
Range: 0 to 255 pixels. Using a large roll-off helps to reduce visible seams along display edges and simplifies display alignment, but may sacrifice some image quality.
LUMA (H&V)
Specifies the target Luma value for blended horizontal display edges.
Range: 0 to 255 pixels. The larger the number you specify, the brighter the image appears at blended edges.
PIXELS
Specifies the number of pixels from the horizontal display edges to use in projected edge blending.


Gamma curve set up - just me playing with the setting but as you might be able to see a large option there for change


This area gives detailed control of the refresh rate and other things and again not played with this yet but at a glance this looks like it give some of the options found in powerstrip?

Any views, opinions, questions? or does anone else have this card? Its an Nvidia Quadro FX 4000 AGP card, the 4400&4500 are pci express card versions or higher....


Just for the record these pictures are on an 8foot wide 16:9 fixed screen using a Barco Data 801s

the actual nvidia menu appears about 6 foot wide on the screen if of any use to anyone.....

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A lot of people are interested in this even with digital projectors.

Whats funny. I pursued this years ago with PC based cards. I bought the cards ( expensive) that claimed they did the split. Of course when you bought these cards they never worked as promised. They kept saying next generation. This past year several more people on this forum bought PC based cards for this purpose and still none of them work.
It has been about 5 years and not a one has this working yet and when you talk to them on the phone they have a hard time understanding what it is you want to do and they have no clue what their product does or does not do.
When I read these threads started by the few brave posting their frustration with these cards I think to myself I have bought every one of these cards and know they do not work even though the manufacture says they do. Its very frustrating but typical of the PC world.

I can appreciate the frustration that Alan has endured; however, the hardware requirements for this system would tax the limits of several PCs. Let's review just the hardware needed. A) Switch and perhaps transcode 3 or 4 or 5 component or RGBHV or other sources. B) Feed those signals to Two exotic scalers that can stretch, scroll position and crop the source up to 33% of the image width, then upconvert to any of several desired output resolutions such as 1280 x 1080p, and also roll off luminance controllably so the right half of the left segment and the left half of the right segment merge invisibly into each other. The BlendZilla processor does all this and more, and will be available for demos by appointment at E-Tech by late January.

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And then today I find this little beauty............

http://www.siliconoptix.com/contentE..._Sept_2004.pdf

ALL I am saying here is that it is $5500.00 per unit and that 2 are required.

At first glance it is NOT as advanced the DiVentix processor from Analogue Way Inc. which does 1080p.

This silicon optix appears to go to 720p or 1080i, I am a little confused from the info is to what its highest output is..........My head hurts today!

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Well Andy

We traded e.mails with the SilOptix folks three months ago; they said then that they were amenable to a demo here and then......they just disappeared; two factory guys and a rep from Tucson just stopped answering, not sure what that means.

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You think Aliens

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You think Aliens

Spaceships or the Four-DVD boxed set?

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Spaceships.......the other was just a film.

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Guys!

Santa was exceptionally kind this year, my new BlendZilla Processor is here and functioning! As is my new Dish 811 HD tuner, and my HTPC. A new Stewart screen is due here mid-January but we will be doing some demos by appointment as soon as next week; those interested in seeing this exceptional 107"-wide edge-blended system need to e.mail me for directions and times; we may have the privelege of some additional screen shots tomorrow if Alan Gouger hasn't OD'd on turkey........

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I have to confess that I have been disappointed with the hype surrounding the Realta. It is not the potential performance of the chip, but the people running the business. It doesn't surprise me that they just went silent. My guess is that they encountered a problem and decided that silence was better than telling you of a problem. They may come back in a couple of months and say they are ready now. HQV was promoting the Realta in Scalers, but seemed to slow down with his posts once delays started to creep in. I am still hopeful about the chip, but disappointed in the company.

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And then today I find this little beauty............

http://www.siliconoptix.com/contentE..._Sept_2004.pdf

ALL I am saying here is that it is $5500.00 per unit and that 2 are required.

At first glance it is NOT as advanced the DiVentix processor from Analogue Way Inc. which does 1080p.

This silicon optix appears to go to 720p or 1080i, I am a little confused from the info is to what its highest output is..........My head hurts today!

I have one of these on the way. I will have to check out the blending ability of it. That feature of this scaler was not why I bought it but, it might be fun to try out. Another function of this scaler, with it's optional ewarp software, can digitally correct the geometry on curved and spherical screens. It's geometry correction allows for up to 40% off axis projector mounting. I would think this would be helpfull in a side by side stack like Art's. It would cut the amount of keystone correction the PJ would have to do. When I get time, I'll look into it.

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I'd like to add that I don't feel this is a viable option for the true videophile. It's fine for simulation stuff but to many variables for it to provide a perfect blend 100% of the time. Uneven tube/bulb wear. Uneven chassis wear. Just stop and think about what your expecting it to do, all the while providing an image suitable for a videophile. I think you stand a better chance of your dog digging up the Holy Grail in your back yard

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Guys!

Chip has some concerns, let me dispell those for the crowd. I had the system back up in a few hours yeaterday having never laid hands on the controls before! The left projector has 4000 hour tubes, the right projector has new.

Our demo capability is back on line with the arrival Saturday of our own DiVentix processor. A new Stewart Luxus Deluxe screen is set to arrive mid-January; new tubes are indicated for our left side projector to match it to the right one.Setup went well with the fairly intuitive mouse-click setup software and RS232 connection by serial cable.

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We clearly propose this for those contemplating a double stack/side stack for a larger room with screen width over 105" up to maybe 135" in a darkenable room. The ability to switch eight inputs is not found on many scalers, and soft-edge blending is not found anywhere else today in this price range. Those wishing to see this system in Phoenix need to e.mail me for details.

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I suppose I should have elaborated a bit more about my concern over stability over the long term not short. You just set it up. Tell me, in your opinion, how well this image will stand up in the hands of a end user (videophile), non tweaker environment. Let's say it will be used for two or three movies a day for three months. I can go that long without the need to tweak and I'm picky.

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My screen is only 8 foot wide, 16:9 fixed format.......

You think too small?

105-135 thats 8.75 to 11.25 feet - unusual screen sizes!

STEFUEL - which version do you have on route? if you dont want the edge blending then why did you buy the BEX cersion - thats the only one with it?

New or Secondhand?

sorry for all the questions.....

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96" wide is the smallest you would want to go for the expense involved. Chip, this application with projectors firing straight ahead and a 30% overlap is less drift-prone than superiposing with side-stack, which slams most geometry and convergence settings to their limits. Full use of all the phosphor, throw ratio of 0.90 to .95 for the largest image in a smaller footprint. Hop a flight and visit, if you see it you will want it!!!!!

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My screen is only 8 foot wide, 16:9 fixed format.......

You think too small?

105-135 thats 8.75 to 11.25 feet - unusual screen sizes!

STEFUEL - which version do you have on route? if you dont want the edge blending then why did you buy the BEX cersion - thats the only one with it?

New or Secondhand?

sorry for all the questions.....

Are we there yet !!!

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Can the DiVentix really accept 1080p @ 60 Hz? AFAIK, it outputs 1080p @ 60, but input is limited to 1080p @ 30.

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Hop a flight and visit, if you see it you will want it!!!!!

Who wouldn't?

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Of all the 'ideas' on HT I like this one best. But the $17k I read on the other thread might even stop Art in his tracks. 'Blendzilla'(see tim's thread)
What we need is "Stitchzilla". We do it in panoramic photostitch applications all the time.
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DScaler - 2 PC + software: 0$ but manual fine tuning (much time ...)

Me : 2x1031 + 2Pc

http://wwwsi.supelec.fr/cc/download/readmeBlend_AR.htm


hello

Has anyone tried this (...beside the author?)
I love tweaking with pj's and computers...
my question is will it work properly without any lines and such in the middle of the screen?

I m thinking of blending 2 marquees on a 10f wide (diag) 1.85:1 AR screen....or maybe another AR.

Anyone else intersted in this so that maybe we can "pull" our efforts together....(preferebly someone from LA area)

Thanks again

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hello

Has anyone tried this (...beside the author?)
I love tweaking with pj's and computers...
my question is will it work properly without any lines and such in the middle of the screen?

I m thinking of blending 2 marquees on a 10f wide (diag) 1.85:1 AR screen....or maybe another AR.

Anyone else intersted in this so that maybe we can "pull" our efforts together....(preferebly someone from LA area)

Thanks again

Martin


I tried this..

no issues with lines in the middle

end result was I could get the image matching in any 2 areas - Left/midddle, right/middle and left/right but never all 3..

There were 1,800 possible combinations and after trying a few 100, gave up

I used a dual SDI modded DVD player as it would be difficult have both PC players in perfect sync..

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hello john

sounds like a crapshoot...
I was also concerned (after thinking and sleeping on it) regarding the pc sync issue...

I do have a couple of denon 1910's (non sdi modded)
i figured i ll give it a try...before i do that i will need to order one more moome card for the other marquee though!

Thanks again for the input/experiances

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hello john

sounds like a crapshoot...
I was also concerned (after thinking and sleeping on it) regarding the pc sync issue...

I do have a couple of denon 1910's (non sdi modded)
i figured i ll give it a try...before i do that i will need to order one more moome card for the other marquee though!

Thanks again for the input/experiances

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It was a frustrating experiment - there were other issues such as problematic PC's and getting the proper aspect ratios to stick

all I can say is GOOD LUCK!


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We have a player !

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