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Xbox Progressive Scan

Discussion in 'Xbox Forums' started by BoomBoom, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. BoomBoom

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    Hi all,

    I have chipped my Xbox and enabled NTSC and the higher res's. I have a US game which supports 720p and when it runs it does look very good. Can anyone tell me how I can definitely tell if it is running progressively?

    Thanks,

    Boom
     
  2. dolph

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    Which cable are you using?

    Which TV / Output screen etc are you using?
     
  3. BoomBoom

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    I have the component cable running into a Hitachi PD5300
     
  4. dolph

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    The way to tell would be your screen would tell you what it's recieving - somewhere on a menu or info button - don't know the screen but that would be the way to tell.

    A quick comparison by turning 720p off in the dash on your Xbox and seeing if it makes any difference would also show it's working?
     
  5. BoomBoom

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    thanks...I will give it a go and see.


    Cheers,

    Boom
     
  6. JUS

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    On my SANYO you can select the input or set it to auto. So if you select 720p is should show fine...selecting 480i should show a dodgy picture.
     

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