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1080i stuttering/frame dropping


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#1 OFFLINE   Jeff_DML

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 10:09 AM

I have seen this issues twice, watching a 1080i program in 1080i output and it starts dropping frames/stuttering. Thought maybe it was a tv issues but I have seen it on two different tvs so I dont think it is. When I change the output to 720p it goes away.

Is this a known bug? any workarounds besides what I am doing?

I searched but didnt find anything.

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#2 OFFLINE   ericmatz

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 10:30 AM

Yes, I have seen this every once in a while. It's not bad at all. It was mostly when I used the DVR. Like I said, it's not bad at all and it only happens every once in a while, especially CBS and sometimes NBC.




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