uneven view of panning scenes from PC

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by arie, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. arie

    arie Guest

    I have a wide-screen LCD display of 32" manufactured by BENQ, which
    serves as my PC monitor. When I watch certain DVD movies from my PC (no
    matter if from a DVD drive or a hard disk) with slow panning scenes,
    the scene variation on the screen appears uneven, I would say a bit
    jerky. For comparison, I connected a stand-alone DVD player to the same
    display and watched the same scenes, and they were quite smooth. (One
    does not see theis effect in swift panning scenes, because they are
    anyway smeared out.) My PC, though not new, does meet the decoding
    software (PowerDVD) requirements: it has an Intel Pentium IV 1.8 GHz
    processor, 256 MB of memory (with 266 MHz speed), and an Intel
    motherboard of 400 MHz. The video graphics card is very new: it is
    NVIDIA GeForce FX-55 with 256 MB memory and DVI output. What can be the
    source of this unevenness?
    arie, Jun 19, 2006
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