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  • Ludde
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    Ok, Thanks for your time...

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  • Angelo
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    I buy all my cables from Blue Jean Cable here in North America.

    ...Angelo

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by Ludde View Post
    It is in the mail, by the way, do you have any specs on the YUV---->RGB cable ?
    use proper RG59U 75 Ohm Cable and proper crimp type BNC connectors

    I make them myself with Crimp tool HTG58/59 Weidmueller from Germany, you should be able to source cable, connectors and tool in your country

    or if there is only a short distance to your monitor, buy any good quality pre-made component cable

    your footage looks razor sharp on my 42" Fujitsu Plasma with component in and Edius Pause field set to frame, it looks poorer with pause field set to field

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  • Ludde
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    It is in the mail, by the way, do you have any specs on the YUV---->RGB cable ?

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  • antonsvideo
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    you can also email me a 1 sec file

    send to: anton at videoproductions dot com dot au

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  • Ludde
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    Yes, I have the component out board, was thinking of that too, about upload, I have a place in a few days, was something wrong with my password

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  • antonsvideo
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    do you have the component out board for the NX? Its output would be way sharper when connected to component in of Phillips

    in any case, can you export 1 sec of your timeline to Canopus DV Avi and upload it somewhere so we can check it out

    also, place my resolution chart on your timeline and see what vertical resolution your monitor is capable of
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...Resolution.jpg

    anything below 400 lines would be bad

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  • Ludde
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    Yes, I have looked at it from the cam, looks ok, I captured it via firewire, the one on the bay, I have also ripped some dvd i made some years ago, just to see, all look the same

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  • antonsvideo
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    have you tested the source footage by connecting your source player/camera directly to Phillips?

    how was the footage captured to Edius? composite? Y-C? Firewire?

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  • Ludde
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    It i set as it should, sharpness control goes from 1-7, have tried them all, and I don´t have it in zoom mode when working with edius, have to investigate further !!

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  • antonsvideo
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    The Phillips 16:9 TV has a sharpness control on the S-Video input menu, can you check what it is set to

    also, make sure the Phillips is not set to any zoom mode, this would instantly soften the picture

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  • Ludde
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    It is A standard Philips widescreen TV

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  • antonsvideo
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    make and model of external monitor?

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  • Ludde
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    I use Standard definition clips, I work in Pal 720x576 (16:9), and I don´t have my project setting to HD, and I do not output to an HD-display

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    By chance are you using Standard Definition clips in a High Definition project, or outputting SD to an HD display?

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