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aviadp 31st December 2008 01:51 AM

interrupting line in the middle of the screen
 
hi

i have an interrupting line in the middle of the screen in all movies. it started lately.
when the window is in the original size, there isnt a line, it comes when i enlarge the screen. i tried to do capture and send yuo, but in the captured file everyhing is fine.
windows media player shows the movie good without any line.

i use the latest version and uninstalled the codec pack that i had

you have a clue maybe?

Tizio 31st December 2008 09:03 AM

Maybe you have recently updated your graphic card drivers?
Try to change rendering method (CTRL+P -> Video -> Video rendering -> Rendering mode)

aviadp 31st December 2008 09:36 AM

well, it works!
 
thanks, it works.
but i didnt change anything in my video card lately...
in which mode do you recomended to stay?
i tried RGB mode and it works fine

adicoto 31st December 2008 10:28 AM

If you have Win XP then internal renderer, overlay mixer, VMR9 are, in this order, the best to use.
On Vista, probably EVR it's the best.

aviadp 31st December 2008 10:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
If you have Win XP then internal renderer, overlay mixer, VMR9 are, in this order, the best to use.
On Vista, probably EVR it's the best.

first of all, thanks for the answer!

internal renderer overlay and overlay mixer do the line i talked about
earlier, you know maybe what's the reason and what can i do? it started befor a few days.

vmr9 works fine, but there is a grey background who doesnt fit the black frame of the rest of the screen.

by "internal renderer" you meant also "internal renderer RGB mode"? because it works fine, and it's has a nice black black frame also.

adicoto 1st January 2009 11:15 AM

Internal renderer RGB uses more of the CPU, but if the picture is OK, no need to worry. Just use it.
As fof the line...I believe your computer was updated, either on DirectX either on video driver (new game installed ? )

Tizio 1st January 2009 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Internal renderer RGB uses more of the CPU, but if the picture is OK, no need to worry. Just use it.
As fof the line...I believe your computer was updated, either on DirectX either on video driver (new game installed ? )

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aviadp 1st January 2009 04:51 PM

thanks, but i still dont understand why i need to change it.
no game was installed, and my xp update and directx updates are the
same updates that all the users of microsoft xp download and install.

aviadp 6th January 2009 06:20 PM

the internal RGB is working good, but i can see the moview smoothly, the movies played with little jumps, what else can i do?

adicoto 6th January 2009 08:33 PM

Do you have a LCD or a CRT display ?
Have you changed ?
Can you make a picture of the screen ? With a digital camera ? To see the line ?

aviadp 7th January 2009 12:00 AM

2 Attachment(s)
Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Do you have a LCD or a CRT display ?
Have you changed ?
Can you make a picture of the screen ? With a digital camera ? To see the line ?

I have, and i always had LCD

i'm adding 2 photos of that line

thanks!


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