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.
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Re: Slight picture issue under specific conditions.
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.
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Freezing can be from many reasons. I can sort of list a few common ones that I have run across with duplicators.
o Defective drive in the drive chain (very common). o Power supply is having a slight failure or instability. o Connector in the system having poor contact (not very common) o Fault condition in the controller, and or the mother board. o Corruption in the firmware (operating program in the mother board).
1st convert AVI files to MPEG2, use a good converter....
use WINAVI 9...
use a codec called FFDSHOW....
use Nero (Nero Vision) to burn DVD...it will take some time...to burn...
i bet your will never fail .
add the AVI file in Nero(Vision...make movie option/ Export option / Configure option...) and let it convert to MPEG2 first....
then use the Make DVD option in Nero Vision and then make your menu etc and Burn
most of the time this is a simple lens issue where the cd drive in computer is slightly distorted causing it to be a little more frigidity about playing dvd that are not otherwise pristine I would go to walgreens and buy a can of compressed air give your dive a few sprays and you should have alot less problems like this
hope this helped please leave feedback thanks Robb
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I think the problem is either software related, or is the disk itself.
Firstly make sure you have all the proper mpeg-2 decoders. I'd assume you do, but looking for an update for whichever software you use to watch the dvd may help. You should also troubleshoot the software by trying an alternative program and seeing if that helps. (if you use VLC, try cyberlink, etc.)
Secondly, there is a chance the actual distortion lies on the disk itself. You could narrow this down by trying the disk on a dvd player and the dvd rom, paying close attention to where the problems arise. If the dvd player and dvd rom both have trouble with the same section (or if the dvd player freezes in the same place the dvd rom starts to flake) the problem may be the disk.
In either case, I highly doubt your computer itself has hany flaws in it. It is either software, or the disk itself.