Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
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I finally solved, actually Rik Wang solved, my problems with 9600se and Powerstrip. It turns out that I had loaded PS last summer but it didn't work with the adapter I had then. When I got the 9600se and re-downloaded Powerstrip I inadvertantly used the previous download. Using the 3.47 solved all of my problems. For anyone with a similar HDTV, I have a Mits 55311 and my best progressive resolution is:
This fills in both horizontal and vertical direction using the VGA output of the adapter and the RGBHV input of the Mits.
856x480 works but is underscanned in the vertical. It probably is better for games, but I don't do them.
1920x1080i works, but is overscanned in the vertical which can't be removed by tweaking. I find 1776x1000 works better:
I still have the half-rez problem on interlaced tho. I hope ATI fixes this someday.
I'm using Onair at the 888x500 resolution for playback of MyHD files while recording. It works very well and has near HD quality for filmed TV shows
and has no stuttering. There are some stripped horizontal lines on fast scene changes though. Unfortunately only 30 days of use. Hopefully the
NVDVD release will be out soon. At least I know the setup is powerful to play back OK if the proper software is used.
Hope this is helpful for anyone with a similar set.