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Topic # 54738 20-Dec-2009 18:19
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I seem to have broken my HTPC setup while trying to get rid of the video tearing. I tried to revert all of my changes incuding taking the ATI driver back to default however I am still experiencing a problem.

TV3 and C4 are playing OK.

Only TV1 and TV2 seem to have an issue. Audio is playing fine however the video immediately gets out of sync and appears to be playing at a much slower frame rate than it should be.

Old recordings are affected as well as live TV playback which leads me to believe it is a playback / codec issue.

System uses Hauppauge HD capture card with a Gigabyte 780G motherboard utilizing HD 3200 chipset.

What is the video HD format for Tv1/2 and is it the same as TV3? Im just trying to identify obvious differences at this stage.


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  Reply # 284221 20-Dec-2009 18:54
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1 and 2 are 720p, but it worked ok for me when using the onboard with the recentish drivers. I have a card in at the moment since I am trying to figure out why half my resolutions and refresh rates are not working.




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