H/K DVD 25 deinterlacing modes explanation

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  1. rauer

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    In case somebody's still interested.. Finally found out what the different V modes in the EZMenu mean:

    "0 - Disc Use the video source flag provided by the disc (source
    material).
    1 - Field Ignore the video source flag on the disc, treat the source
    material as interlace.
    2 - Frame Ignore the video source flag on the disc, treat the source
    material as progressive."
     
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    So does it make any difference to the PQ output ??

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    I'll be receiving my PS capable projector in a few days, so I do not have hands on experience on this one yet. However, as the Mediamatics chip is a flag reader and most European R2 DVD's seem to be flagged incorrectly as interlaced, with the default setting of 0, the player will do incorrect deinterlacing causing inferior image quality. In theory, that is. I guess that with film originated DVD's you should set that V valua manually to "2".

    Have a try and comment here.
     
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    Will do.I have noticed that reg 2 DVD's look naff on my PJ especially, and most dont look as good on my prog scan TV as they should. That would explain it.
     

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