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dave at 0bits

Oct 16, 2010, 11:45 AM

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What renderer, interlacer for CrystalHD card

Hi,

Got my crystalhd card and recompiled with trunk/svn. All went well and
i've set up the decoder as crystalhd in the settings. but unsure what i
should use for the renderer, and primary/secondary deinterlacer. My
understanding that the crystalhd can do deinterlacing also but there
doesn't seem to be an option for it or do i just set it to 'none' ?

My logs show the correct card and such

Running DIL (3.20.0) Version
DtsDeviceOpen: Opening HW in mode 0
2010-10-16 22:06:41.791 CrystalHD: Device: BCM70015
2010-10-16 22:06:41.791 CrystalHD: Library : 20.0.5123
2010-10-16 22:06:41.791 CrystalHD: Driver : 8.0.2818572419
2010-10-16 22:06:41.791 CrystalHD: Firmware: 60.39.2869064643
Scaling command param 0x0,ctx_scal:0x0


But i'm getting frequent

2010-10-16 22:07:03.909 CrystalHD: Decoder reported format change.
2010-10-16 22:07:03.918 CrystalHD: Decoder reported format change.
2010-10-16 22:07:04.369 CrystalHD: Decoder reported format change.
2010-10-16 22:07:04.775 CrystalHD: Decoder reported format change.

when watching a channels (i.e. not switching channels).

Anyone know what else i need to do for crystalhd ?

thanks for any help
D
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raymond at wagnerrp

Oct 16, 2010, 11:55 AM

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Re: What renderer, interlacer for CrystalHD card [In reply to]

On 10/16/2010 14:45, dave [at] 0bits wrote:
> Got my crystalhd card and recompiled with trunk/svn. All went well and
> i've set up the decoder as crystalhd in the settings. but unsure what
> i should use for the renderer, and primary/secondary deinterlacer. My
> understanding that the crystalhd can do deinterlacing also but there
> doesn't seem to be an option for it or do i just set it to 'none' ?

The CrystalHD is a decoder, not an output card. It is a replacement for
the 'standard' decoder. You need to use Xv or OpenGL just like before.
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tom at graniteskies

Dec 9, 2010, 9:13 AM

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Re: What renderer, interlacer for CrystalHD card [In reply to]

On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 1:55 PM, Raymond Wagner <raymond [at] wagnerrp>wrote:

> On 10/16/2010 14:45, dave [at] 0bits wrote:
>
>> Got my crystalhd card and recompiled with trunk/svn. All went well and
>> i've set up the decoder as crystalhd in the settings. but unsure what i
>> should use for the renderer, and primary/secondary deinterlacer. My
>> understanding that the crystalhd can do deinterlacing also but there doesn't
>> seem to be an option for it or do i just set it to 'none' ?
>>
>
> The CrystalHD is a decoder, not an output card. It is a replacement for
> the 'standard' decoder. You need to use Xv or OpenGL just like before.
>
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I've pretty much used the defaults since I've started with Myth, so forgive
me if this is an obvious question.

Assuming I want to use the CrystalHD to decode anything 720p and above... I
should have the "Match criteria" set to >= 1280 x 720, correct?

If I wanted it do everything, it would be <= 1920 x 1088?


robert.mcnamara at gmail

Dec 9, 2010, 9:14 AM

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Re: What renderer, interlacer for CrystalHD card [In reply to]

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 9:13 AM, Tom Flair <tom [at] graniteskies> wrote:

> Assuming I want to use the CrystalHD to decode anything 720p and above... I
> should have the "Match criteria" set to >= 1280 x 720, correct?
>
> If I wanted it do everything, it would be <= 1920 x 1088?

Or simply > 0 0

Robert
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