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Limit 9900 SE pal progressive on ae100

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by pj, Feb 28, 2003.

  1. pj

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    does this player output pure pal progressive scan or does it output pal via ntsc(like my nintaus player)
    also if sent to a pt ae100 do you know what the resolution is stated at for the pal picture i.e. wide480 etc

    thanks
    PJ
    p.s. can anyone confirm the above for the £300 phillips 96xx model, thanks again!
     
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    I assume you are talking about Nintaus PDVD-N9769 model.

    Nintaus PDVD-N9769 does not convert PAL to NTSC, unless you specifically set it up to do so. You should check your settings.

    When video output of the Nintaus is set to "AUTO", PAL is output as PAL and NTSC as NTSC.

    Panasonic PT-AE100 recognizes the PAL progressive VGA signal of Nintaus as "SVGA".

    The Philips DVD-963SA outputs a pure PAL progressive signal.

    Regards,
    Olaiho
     
  3. pj

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    ah i see!
    i was just getting better quality through ntsc than pal (visible scan lines) but if i put a pal disc on and set it to output ntsc the scan lines were gone but it does jerking left to right pans!
    do u have any settings tips?
    thanks
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    The reason you are getting interference with PAL discs, is because you probably haven't calibrated your AE100 VGA input to work with the Nintaus.

    Yep. Here's how to set up your Nintaus with the AE100.

    First, set the Nintaus video output to "AUTO".

    1. Insert a disc, play, pause the picture.
    2. Go to "Position" menu in the AE100.
    3. Choose "AUTO SETUP", press enter.

    What AUTO SETUP does is it attempts to synchronize the Nintaus VGA output to the AE100's electronics. The picture should adjust properly, and all interference should disappear. If you are still having problems after AUTO SETUP, let me know and I'll give you some more tips.

    You should perform AUTO SETUP separately for PAL and NTSC, because the AE100 has a separate settings memory for each resolution. So after you have performed AUTO SETUP with a PAL disc, insert an NTSC disc and perform AUTO SETUP again.

    Best Regards,
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    ill give that a go thanks, ive only had it 2 days and havent had chance to play yet!
    thanks
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