I was not sure where I could ask this question so I decided to post it here hoping some one would make a good recommendation.
I want to know what player/codec/tool would enable me to watch a DVD in High Def (up converted to 720p) resolution on my computer.
Right now I am running Vista Ultimate 64 Bit with a HD Radeon 3650 connected to a 37 inch LCD. When I play a DVD on my computer using VLC, all it is doing is stretching the movie to match the resolution and not doing an up conversion. I can clearly see the difference since I also have a Toshiba HD-A3 which does an awesome job of displaying DVDs in High Def.
So how can I get high def output through my PC to watch movies.
I know I can just use the HD-A3 to play the DVDs, I would like to be able to play them through the computer as well.
So please give me some insights as to how I can achieve high deg conversion when watching movies on my computer.
Even though I have 64bit OS I never got to find reason to use it on any computers I have at my home as the drivers are hard to find. Unfortunately I can't say where to start looking for 64bit drivers as I have not look into it for 5 years now, for that I apologize.
There's Ahead Nero program where you can up convert to HD Video using MP4 format and support 64bit but I don't think you can use it to play your regular player though, However Nero used to sale hardware Media Player equipment that I think decode their MP4 format, but I don't know ehre to look for it now.