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I have an ATI 6450 (fanless gigabyte model) in my Core i5 media center. I have my desktop set to 1080P all the time at 60hz, and color range set to full RGB (my Sony TV can accept this and I have it set for full RGB under HDMI settings).
I primarly watch live and recorded TV with my Ceton card and 1080P MKV movies (Blu Ray rips).
Within the ATI catalyst settings I normally leave everything in the video quality section (Enforce smooth video playback and automatic deinterlacing).
Recently I have been trying to experiment trying to force vector adapative deinterlacing. Everytime I enable this setting I start to get frame drops on live TV content etc..(all other settings on the quality screen are disabled, I just move the slider to vector adaptive)
My question is, since I am in 1080P all the time do I need to be concerned? What happens to the cable tv signals that I know are being broadcast in 720P and 1080i when I have my media center set for 1080p?
The reason for my confustion is when testing with cheese slices 1080i video, I can see jagged lines on the streamer on the bottom.
The 1080p cheese slices look perfect.
Does anyone have a similar configuration with the 6450 card? What do you do?