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Barcovision 700, With some DVD my projector display an interference

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by alivadoguh, May 19, 2005.

  1. alivadoguh

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    :lease: Barcovision 700. With some DVD my projector display an interference (like a flicker). Before, I used the same DVD player with a old SONY CTR Projector without problems.
     
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    Hi everyone, I think so I have not explained clearly my problem, sorry (It is my first time in AVForum, and my native language is Spanish). I have a Barco Vision 700 CTR projector, that work very well, except with some DVD’s (non cracked). So, the problem, properly speaking, is not my projector but the DVD player. But, I don’t sure.
    Maybe there is a deep switch on CTR projector, that activate an “unknown signal filter system”.
     
  3. Paul D

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    Hi
    Maybe some of your DVDs are from different regions.
    If you do have, you may have a mix of NTSC and PAL DVDs.
    NTSC refreshes at 59.94hz and PAL at 50hz.

    Some DVD players have a switch(or an option in the menu) to force it to output either at NTSC 59.94hz(480i) or PAL 50hz(576i) etc.
    You will still get some motion judder depending on which way you set it, but it might prevent the flicker etc.

    Good luck!

    Paul

    Hi
    Algo de su DVDs es quizá de diversas regiones.
    Si usted tiene, usted puede tener una mezcla de NTSC y el PAL DVDs.
    NTSC restaura en 59.94hz y el PAL en 50hz.

    Los jugadores de algún DVD tienen un switch(or una opción en el menú) para forzarla para hacer salir en NTSC 59.94hz(480i) o el PAL 50hz(576i) etc.
    Usted inmóvil conseguirá un cierto judder del movimiento dependiendo de qué manera usted la fijó, pero puede ser que prevenga el parpadeo etc.

    ¡Buena suerte!

    Paulo :D
     
  4. alivadoguh

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    Thanks Paul, but I’ve checked the region of my DVD’s, and it isn’t the problem. I’ve tried playing the DVD on computer (using a S-video connector), and just when I click “play”, the interference begin. I think that it might be caused by some kind of “copy protection” that affects my projector.
     
  5. Paul D

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    ah!
    Macrovision!
    I had forgotton about that!

    You may need to buy a "bug buster". (check the web!) :smashin:
     
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    ¿Bug buster? ... to eliminate the “copy protection”? That means that my projector is like a two appliances joined togheter.
     
  7. Paul D

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    Yes
    Do a search for macrovison removal.

    I came up with loads of sites.

    example:-
    Click here

    Paul
     
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    I concur this is a macovision thing.
     
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    Hi Y'all!
    Just thought I might add my two cents. My SVP 350+ got sent back to the manufacturer's on one occasion because my installer couldn't work out why the image flickered on some DVD's. Turned out that the deflection for region 1 dvd's was pushed a little too much to the left and that was causing the darkening/flickering of the picture. Simply amended the screen centre a few inches to the right and everything worked perfectly.

    Worth trying :smashin:
     

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