Problem with persistent scaling/shifting in RADEONDisplayVideo()
sroland at tungstengraphics.com
Mon Jul 28 16:43:51 PDT 2008
On 28.07.2008 17:56, Thomas Hilber wrote:
>> (Though, IMHO interlace should have been buried along with analog
>> transmission - this clever 1930-ish hack just doesn't make much sense
>> any longer and is just cause for pain...)
> interlace output still is important for driving conventional TV
> hardware with SCART RGB input. That's what all my current hacking is
> meant for. I try to develop a solution that recycles very cheap Radeon
> hardware to high quality RGB/PAL output devices.
"high quality" and "RGB/PAL" doesn't really fit in the same sentence if
you ask me... Decent TV hardware should have at least VGA inputs, and if
it's not CRT based it doesn't make sense in the first place...
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