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Ultimate Geek

#42360 2-Oct-2009 18:29
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Hi there

Noticing motion blurr on freeviewHD, i am using latest media portal. and use the default powerdvd codecs. i tried coreAVC which slightly improves the blurr. using Arcosoft also doesnt help as motion is good but i get audio sync problems even though i use arcsoft audio decoder.

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Master Geek
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  #260668 2-Oct-2009 19:26
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Not noticing anything unusual on eyetv 3.2.

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Ultimate Geek

  #260696 2-Oct-2009 21:35
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What does shift+! indicate? Any dropped frames or jitter?

Is this only tonight? Or other nights as well? And on all channels? Or one in specific?

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Ultimate Geek

  #260726 3-Oct-2009 00:11
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i mostly watch tv3, so i notice alot of it on this channel

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  #260740 3-Oct-2009 08:14
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this sounds a lot like the GPU, isnt take the load, and it still CPU loading, hence the motion blur, this is common on TV3

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  #260799 3-Oct-2009 13:01
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What refresh rate are you running your PC at?

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Master Geek

  #260852 3-Oct-2009 18:15
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If you are using Vista, then check that you have the Video Renderer Settings set to use EVR not VMR (as per the excellent cranznz setup guide: ). I had a similar issue after a rebuild at one stage when I forgot to follow the instructions properly! :-)

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Ultimate Geek

  #260865 3-Oct-2009 19:29
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nope still using xp, but why is it common on tv3?


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Master Geek

  #260913 4-Oct-2009 08:47
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Apparently TV3 transmit at 1080i so I imagine your PC needs to de-interleave it to display it on an non-interleaved screen. Other transmit at 720p (progressive scan) so it is already in a format that is closer to the PC native format.

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