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YUV input and progressive scan

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mobo, Jan 3, 2003.

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  1. mobo

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    In the Barco Cine 6 vpr you can chose between 2 selectable sources for YUV input: source No. 5 (YUV) and source No. 6 (YUV on HDTV). Which is the difference? I have got a new DVD player with component output which delivers a component Progressive Scan PAL signal (525p on 50 HZ): have I to select source 5 or 6? I have tested both, and it seems that source 6 could be better.

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    I would suspect that source 5 is expecting an interlaced component signal and source 6 is expecting either interlaced or progressive and probably by-passes any internal de-interlacing of Cine6. If the de-interlacing of the DVD player is better than that internally to Cine6 then source 6 would look better.....
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    5 for normal component 15khz
    6 for high scan rate component such as HDTV and Progressive.

    You'll probably find that 6 will work for both
     
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