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  • New Monitor - full screen jumpy

    Just got a new 1920x1080 monitor (LG2353V), which is quite a beautiful picture. I can now put my edit window on that monitor, full screen, with all associated EDIUS pallettes on the second screen. HOWEVER - when pix is full screen (nearly) it now "jumps" or "stutters" horizontally when the pix pans L or R, which it doesn't do when in a smaller window. 4 gigs memory checks out. nVidia TX260 (896megs OK) graphics board seems just great - know alot of you use that board successfully. Quad CPU @ 3.00Gigs. All temperatures look OK. Any bright thoughts from some or one of you out there who may have experienced (and overcome) the same situation.

    Much appreciated,
    Alan J. Levi

    SYSTEM:AsRock Z490 Taichi MB, Intel i9-10850K CPU, 64 Gig Trident 3600 RAM, Corsair HX1000W PS, nVidia RTX 3070 Video, Corsair h115i Water CPU cooler, Asus BW16-B1HT BluRay DVD, Samsung 512GB SSD boot in Swapable Tray, 2 1TB Samsung SSD video files RAID 1, 4.5TB RAID 1 Outboard backups, Behringer 2000 Audio Fader/Controller, LG 27" 4K Monitor, 2 Asus 1080 monitors.

  • #2
    This is where Spark/NX/Storm make a difference.

    Computer monitors are not ideal. You may find a window "Sweet Spot" by resizing the monitor window to something smaller. Mine looks great at about 35% of the screen and looks lousy at 25%.
    Rusty Rogers | Films
    >TYAN S7025 - 32GB RAM, 2 x Xeon X5690's, 4 x 10k video HD's, Win10 x64, BM DecklinkHD, nVidia TITAN, 12TB DroboPro w/iSCISI connection
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    An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
    Twain - "Glances at History" 1906


    • #3
      I never preview video on a computer monitor. It is RGB. Video is not. You have to use a NX card and output component to a video monitor see the "real" thing.
      Edius 10 WG, Lenovo P72 workstation laptop, 64GB RAM, Xeon CPU, Windows 11 Pro (64 bits), 2 x 2TB Samsung M2.NVME and 1 x 4TB Samsung SSD internal. Panasonic UX180 camera, Blackmagic 4K Pocket Cinema