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i currently own a HTPC and a 720p projector

to get bluray stutter free has been a nightmare but with the use of reclock it IS possible

i borrowed a PS3 and connected to the projector it was to me unwatchable due to microstutter

this was at 1080i/30Hz, my pj wont take 1080/24.

so how are you guys watching blu-ray on NON full HD displays???

are there scalers out there that will correct the anomaly or do you put up with microstutter?
 

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Originally Posted by pacemaker /forum/post/15543553


i currently own a HTPC and a 720p projector

to get bluray stutter free has been a nightmare but with the use of reclock it IS possible

i borrowed a PS3 and connected to the projector it was to me unwatchable due to microstutter

this was at 1080i/30Hz, my pj wont take 1080/24.

so how are you guys watching blu-ray on NON full HD displays???

are there scalers out there that will correct the anomaly or do you put up with microstutter?

Try asking other owners in the Master PS3 thread. LINK


Or, check the PS3 FAQ sticky
 

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Originally Posted by Donnie Eldridge /forum/post/15543644


Try asking other owners in the Master PS3 thread. LINK


Or, check the PS3 FAQ sticky

thanks i will have a look but i just mentioned ps3 as an example as i had tried one

maybe stanalones do a better job
 

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so how are you guys watching blu-ray on NON full HD displays???

are there scalers out there that will correct the anomaly or do you put up with microstutter?

BDP into Crystalio II scaler to Sony G70 CRT @ 72Hz (72 gives exact 3:3, so no film judder). Yes, a VP is required if not using some type of tweaked PC for playback.
 

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BDP into Crystalio II scaler to Sony G70 CRT @ 72Hz (72 gives exact 3:3, so no film judder). Yes, a VP is required if not using some type of tweaked PC for playback.

thanks for that i thiught it was the case

di you know if any of the Onkyo amps will do it?
 
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