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I’m finally able to watch my HTPC 1:1 pixel matched using a radeon 9100. I was wondering if people that have a MYHD tuner card have been able to do the same. The only option that shows up is 1360x768p and I spent the weekend trying to tweak it in for 1:1. I thought it would be an easy thing to do, and maybe it is if we had the 1378x768 timing option. Any way to add 1378x768 as a selected res?

So if you’re not using 1378x768 what are you using 1080I or 720p and is it letterboxed or auto.

I can't make up my mind.

The same can be said for the HT10 are you using full-through?
 

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You should be able to run your hs10 at 56Hz (Not 60Hz), with 1:1 pixel matching over the whole 1386*768 for computer operations (that is viewing DVDs, games, etc.)


It is not possible to do the same with the MyHD card (the best option, IMO, is to feed the hs10 the native signal, such as 1080i or 720p, and let the projector do the scaling to the full panel). Luckily, the hs10 has a pretty good internal scaler...


There are a few issues which prevent a better solution, one of them being the inability of the hs10 to sync at 1:1 pixel matching over the whole screen at a refresh rate of 60Hz

(I do not understand why Sony doesn't provide this feature... but it could be worse: on my 10HT, I can't even do 1:1 pixel matching over the whole screen... as it only works on the central 4:3 region).


If you really want HDTV and 1:1 pixel matching, you should investigate the FusionHDTV cards (which can scale to any resolution supported by your video card). I don't know how smooth the picture will look at 56Hz synch though...
 

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Thanks, just wasn't sure about what to send HS10 from the MYHD tuner.

I guess I don't have a option with the HS10 with DVI as far as wide screen anyway do I.
 

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FYI you will have problems with the Fusion @ 56HZ. Others have mentioned this before. I personally have tried the demo player with 1:1 and found the frame judder horrid (anyone would)! I tried the Fusion player demos as well at 720p 60Hz (ATI 9000 will not do 1080i) and the picture was OK. Compared to the HiPix it really was not any better or worse to my surprise. I thought with the use of DVI-D the picture would be at least cleaner. SO for now I guess I will stick to my HiPix cards.


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