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Playing old games on a 50 inch samsung

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Strideristhebes, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. Strideristhebes

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    I've got a Playstation, Sega Saturn and N64 and all three consoles don't run properly. The easiest way to describe it is that there seems to be missing frames and as a result everything is really jerky. Funnily enough, I have a chipped Xbox and the PSX games on that run perfectly. Does anyone have any idea as to what is causing the problem?
     
  2. leeboy2k3

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    I only had this prob using interlaced inputs i.e. rgb scart composite s-video etc are you using the hidef pack for your xbox to enable ntsc prog scan via the enigmah video switcher? if not then I wouldnt bother
    p.s. n64 best solution unfortunately= emulator via xbox or pc, xbox hd component leads+ ntsc enigmah soft mod= progressive scan :thumbsup: ps2 component will enable some and I mean only some games to enable prog scan if you have set your ps2 menu to yrbpcr.
    finally I have the same sammy and I can only think it is caused by a)the tvs deinterlacer or the tvs 2:35 pulldown anybody care to add?
     
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    I have been getting the simular problems with on demand music videos on homechoice. (Samsung SP50) It improved when I outputted in S-Vid through the Scart, but I still get about 25% of videos jumping around the screen. Strange because the vast majority of other material is OK. No problems with HiDef Xbox and Sky.
     

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