Question about Westinghouse LTV-32w1 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Ok, i run my computer off of it. I happen to have alot of discs that are mpeg2's and for some reason with them if i try running them off my computer the figure outlines within images kind of flake out if they're moving too fast. Not sure if brightness of the images are a factor as well. I'm pretty sure my current connection types SVGA. I'm wondering if putting a better connection option in my pc would help this problem. Or if reading that format from disc just doesn't work so well. I've no issues with DVD's. Just the mpeg2 disc's so i'm just lost and hoping theres a solution cause some of my discs kind of require playing on dvd-rom in order to play through and i'd reall like to be able to get a clear image consistantly. Thanks for any input.
In any case, this is not a problem with your TV. You see regular DVD's ok, so the TV itself is fine, and your post is a little out of place in this product page. What I would suggest is that you take the mpeg2's to a friend with a different PC rig, and compare results. It could be your graphics card, and also the software/codecs you use, even the encoding quality of the discs. Try one of the Video coding forums. In general, LCDs aren't as good as standard CRTs when it comes to moving images, I guess you're seing that enhanced through that file format, or in combination with the software you're using. Good luck
Posted on Jun 05, 2006
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