What featurs to look for in a new TV - Printable Version
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- >>X<< - 2011-04-24 16:10
eskro Wrote:Sweet >>X<<!! i'll try that when i get a chance!! thanks
Forgot to mention your need to use BeSweetGUI or Belight to make things simple when using BeSweet
- eskro - 2011-04-24 19:17
>>X<< Wrote:Forgot to mention your need to use BeSweetGUI or Belight to make things simple when using BeSweet
will post results after trying this tutorial Here!
- >>X<< - 2011-04-24 19:53
I don't really want to hijack this thread but that guide will demux all audio tracks to a wav file what you actually need to do is demux the original track mp3 ac3 etc that guide uses "virtualdub" not "virtualdubmod"
In "virtualdubmod" this is done by going to "Streams" > "Stream list" there you can add, disable and demux tracks, just remember in besweet to use the same formate and bitrate when encoding
Heres a basic guide from memory for "virtualdubmod" I'll let you figure out Besweet
BTW you know there's an advanced setting to override the refresh rate that gets selected so you could set 60Hz for 25fps which is probably what you have with adjust refresh rate off ?
- eskro - 2011-04-25 01:59
thanks for those steps >>X<<, cant wait to try! will post results!
- AaronD - 2011-04-26 18:30
I don't really understand why you need to do that even at all. Isn't 25fps standard PAL refresh rate? What TV these days doesn't support both PAL and NTSC?
- joethefox - 2011-04-26 21:56
In a plasma TV each and every single pixel is lit, just like a CRT. This does not happen with LCD technology (LED is not a technology, it's a backlight that replacing conventional CCFL).
For what I know, no current LCD screen achieves full 1080p motion resolution (if I understand well, max 900 horizontal lines).
This considerations was enough to make me pick a plasma.