hi, this has probably been discussed a million times but im lazy.
i had been having problems with outlines of images staying on my monitor whilst watching movies. i don't watch alot of them but since games were fine i was pretty annoyed. on a black screen writing would fade but never completely go away and would overlap other images.
i have managed to solve this problwm by disabling de-interlacing. has anyone else suffered this problem and solved it by the same saction? also can someone explain if de-interlacing is for CRT's only and why.
again i'm sorry for posting a subject that has probably been discussed but it sometimes help to have a refresher. i tried searching for de-interlacing but got no results, and any searches for ghosting were usually queries about it by potential buyers.
You won't want de-interlacing on anything from your computer. Even DVDs played on your computer get de-interlaced by software before your monitor ever sees it. De-interlacing should only be turned on for VCRs and old DVD players hooked directly to the monitor. Never use it for anything from your computer.