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Windows 7 video output

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March 25, 2010 8:52:18 PM



I have a gt240 on a HDTV that supports 1080i or 720p. My PS3 can push out 1080i, but my GT 240 cannot? Is there some way of resolving this. When i watch a movie in fullscreen mode, the resolution moves to 1360 x 768 @ 60Hz, which is the setting that windows considers a computer monitor. I read that i may need to update my HDMI driver n windows but i though this would have come in the NVidia driver package. I am on Windows 64bit and i watch movies in MPCHC. Soryy about the double post! :sol: 

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March 26, 2010 2:32:01 AM
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You need you look at the specs of your HDTV (Google).

Many small and older HDTV do not have 1920 x 1080 native resolution. They are in fact 1360 x 768 resolution HDTV that supports 1080i/p because the video is shrunk down to 136 x 768 to fit on the screen.

March 29, 2010 10:34:05 AM

Best answer selected by buzzforb.
March 29, 2010 11:00:50 AM

If i am using this card to for movie playback, should i go into Nvidia control panel and manually set the anti-aliasing and antitrpoic filters to their highest level. Will this improve picture quality if i am offloading the encoding task onto the gpu or is this irrelevent to video playabck. I am using CoreAVC 2 to take advantage of Cuda playback of x264 encodes in mcphc.
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