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Whenever I use an S-video connection for any device, I notice a slight "interlacing" problem with motion. It's not super noticeable, but you DO notice it.


Thing is, when I do the picture in picture thing, it seems to disapear. Or maybe it's just too small to notice it, but it doesn't seem so.


I know I don't know everything about my TV but I would appreciate any help. =)
 

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Originally posted by Evan Nash
Whenever I use an S-video connection for any device, I notice a slight "interlacing" problem with motion. It's not super noticeable, but you DO notice it.
I'm pretty sure i've read a few times somewhere that using the S-Video jack on an HD-ready TV bypasses the TV's internal deinterlacer/line-doubler, so by doing this the TV may be showing flaws caused by the sources (which probably don't have deinterlacers of their own). Try using the yellow composite jack instead of S-Video and see if the problem goes away.


On my 32" HD-ready Panny, my regular cable box, an HD cable box, and SA8000 DVR all looked notably cleaner using composite compared to S-Video. The deinterlacer issue may be why.
 

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But....S-video looks better....


RCA looks too soft. Way too soft..


And why does it seem to go away in PIP mode?
 
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