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DVD+R9 better play on LCD or TUBE tv.

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jbmill88, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. jbmill88

    jbmill88 Guest

    Hey people,
    I,m noticing a better picture from my freshly burned DVD+R9 on my sony 42" trinitron tube television, rather than my sony 55" lcd.
    The LCD is using a play station 3 and the trinitron tube is using a sony mid-grade dvd player. There seems to be many variables here is it the PS3 or the LCD or do DVD+R9 just look better on tube TV's.
    My video's are in a MPEG-2 format, high quality, 2-pass ETC.......
    I wonder if any one else has noticed this??? any help would be nice..
     
  2. bbmayo

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    Well this is a little hard to believe actually they should look better on the LCD. Try testing with the same player on each this way you would know for sure.
     
  3. jbmill88

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    tried swaping dvd players on the sony LCD, it seems maybe the LCD shows to much detail of the video, this is a torrent download so there is some distortions visible on the video, maybe the tube hides these imperfections better?????
     
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    That it more than likely the issue here is that the movie is just not a very good copy and the LCD TV is allowing you to see these imperfections. So it isn't that your LCD has a worse picture it is quite the opposite because it is such a better picture you can actually see the problems with your completed file.
     
  5. jbmill88

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    I agree totally!!! I hope i have done everything possible to maximize the quality of the video. I'm using nero 7 and have everything set on high quality with 2-pass on the transcodeing, i'm burning onto a TDK DVD+R9 Iis there something diffrent i need to do or check??????????
     
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    Well with out seeing the original video file I am not sure there is a lot you could do because the original file probably just isn't that good in the first place. Seeing how your file is a download I would guess the quality isn't going to be the best as most people will compress and re-encode the video a lot so it will download quicker. This just means there won't be a whole lot you can do to make the picture any better. Sorry :-(

    Cheers
     

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