DivX on 100Hz TV

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  1. chrbjo

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    Is it possible to adjust the refresh rate when watching DivX films or would it make any difference? Watched a film yesterday and sometimes the picture on the TV was really bad. Not on the monitor though. The picture looked like it was made of 5 cm high blocks not in sync with eachother. I guess it has to do with the 100Hz TV, but is there a way of eliminating or at least minimizing this problem? My TV is a Sony KV32-FX65 by the way.
     
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    Probably not a lot you can do about it. At what bitrate was the film encoded? This will obviously make a big difference to the quality on a large screen.
    When viewing a Divx you can't compare the picture quality of a monitor and TV.

    My encoded Divx's look almost identical to a DVD but are very large files and look fine on TV.
     
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    24bit and 105.679 kb/sec.
    Noticed that the errors do occur on my monitor as well. More noticeable on a big telly obviously. Messed around with the settings in TVtool and got it slightly better.
    Thanks.
     

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