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56Hz...how will it be de-interlaced?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by TorAtle, Feb 6, 2003.

  1. TorAtle

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    The subject pretty much reveals a HS10-DVI-HTPC setup, however I feel the question is more at home here than at the projector or HTPC forum.

    Running PAL DVDs which are mostly or always(?) sped up by approx 4% we have 25 full pictures per second. So what does the software players do to make 56 pictures? If we divide 56 by 25 we get 2.24 - round this up to 2.25 to make it easier.

    Is there a duplicate frame for every 8th? Like so:

    A A B B C C D D D E E F F etc etc

    If this is correct, why on earth did Sony chose this refresh rate with a projector clearly aimed at the HT market?

    Tor Atle
     

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