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Old November 6th 03, 05:35 PM
Janne
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Default TV out utilities

Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne


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Old November 6th 03, 06:38 PM
Me
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TvTool

www.tvtool.de


"Janne" wrote in message
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Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne




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Old November 6th 03, 07:05 PM
Janne
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read my post please

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"Me" wrote in
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TvTool

www.tvtool.de


"Janne" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne






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Old November 6th 03, 07:53 PM
Biz
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If the trial works to your liking, you BUY it. Thats the whole idea.
"Janne" wrote in message
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read my post please

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Jannr

"Me" wrote in
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TvTool

www.tvtool.de


"Janne" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne








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Old November 6th 03, 09:01 PM
Me
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Hotmail.



"Janne" wrote in message
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read my post please

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Jannr

"Me" wrote in
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TvTool

www.tvtool.de


"Janne" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne








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Old November 7th 03, 06:42 AM
Darkfalz
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"Janne" wrote in message
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Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.


Um, the Nvidia drivers allow you to do all that.


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Old November 7th 03, 06:42 AM
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"Biz" wrote in message
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If the trial works to your liking, you BUY it. Thats the whole idea.


LOL, what a cheapskate bitch.


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Old November 11th 03, 03:47 AM
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The newest lot of nvidia drivers allow this stuff now, even on older cards
they're switching to overscanned modes for Full Screen TV playback. (720 x
xxx).

"Janne" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I need a free or fully functional trial TV out utility
that i can use to move and resize the TV image.
TVTool is great, but the demo allows only 15 min
per session. TVCC is also good, but the image flickers
and only part of the image is displayed.

--
Janne




  #9  
Old November 11th 03, 07:13 AM
tq96
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The newest lot of nvidia drivers allow this stuff now, even on older
cards they're switching to overscanned modes for Full Screen TV
playback. (720 x xxx).


The drivers don't allow this on all tv out chips. For instance, people
with a Phillips chip can only adjust the position of the picture, but not
the overscanning option. Those people (myself included) are SOL when it
comes to tvout.
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Old November 14th 03, 01:23 AM
Someguy
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The drivers don't allow this on all tv out chips. For instance, people
with a Phillips chip can only adjust the position of the picture, but not
the overscanning option. Those people (myself included) are SOL when it
comes to tvout.


Oh ok.. yeah I dont have any overscan 'option' as such, with the Chrontel
7007 chip. But it switches to a 720 x ??? mode when I use the Full Screen
overlay option to play movies, which so happens to be overscanned quite
nicely on the TV. Only 640 x 480 and 800 x 600 dont allow for overscan.


 




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