Originally Posted by HoustonPerson
On the first link, what is connected to the TV, which port is used, and what signal are you sending? (What? XBox, video game?) (Port: Component 1?) (Sending: 1080p ?)
Same question on the second link?
Doe you have a regular Blu Ray player? If so, what port, and what signal, and does it have the same problem as above?
EDIT: I had a sentence in the wrong place, its corrected.
Maybe I wasn't clear. Its an Xbox 360, no HDMI option, component only, connected to Component 1, and those videos are when the device is set at 1080p. One video is just the dashboard, the other is the opening sequence of Viva Pinata Party Animals. AFAIK
this game supports 1080p.
I don't have any PS3 or BluRay player. The only other 1080p source I have is a HTPC, which has an nVidia card connected to through DVI-HDMI to HDMI port 3, set up for a PC connection. I've watched upconverted DVDs and Netflix WatchNow video and have not been able to generate anything goofy yet.
Trying a different set of cables probably isn't going to be an option after all, because this is all one piece that is proprietary Xbox 360.
I think Samsung just needs to make it work. I have in the past been able to get it to do the black screen on the menus as well, but I also have never seen the level of tearing on that video until they added the Aerosmith GH blade. I think the black is causing it fits. I tried changing the settings on the TV and nothing made any difference. Going 1080i works like a charm.