Re: Why is my Video Quality poor?
Im am running the same resolution as I did on XP (1024x1080 LCD) as for the
DVD Decoder I am not sure, it might of been from Nero when I had it on XP (id
have to check) and I have run video through dozens of players and get the
same results. I have a feeling I might know what it is but Im not 100% for
sure as of yet, before I installed a certain program whenever I ran an AVS
Script (Video Editing Script for those who do not know) it asked about a
missing .dll file, Im not sure if this is the problem but if I cant fix this
quickly I might have to go back to XP, which after Using Vista would really
> Is there any possibility that you are running your display at a higher
> resolution under Vista then you did under XP?
> What DVD decoder where you using under XP?
> If you play a recorded TV program using Media Player instead of MC is your
> picture quality better?
> "Bobafett" <Bobafett@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > "JW" wrote:
> >> Did you upgrade your existing XP computer to Vista or did you buy a new
> >> system?
> >> If you bought a new system what graphics card do you have and what
> >> make/model of display are you using over what interface.
> >> From you pic it appears that you are now using a high resolution monitor
> >> with a low resolution input
> >> "Bobafett" <Bobafett@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:EE3DDD39-109A-4688-9329-AD8074CDB7DD@microsoft.com...
> >> >I recently got Vista and my Video quality is very poor and when i was
> >> >using
> >> > XP it looked great, can anyone tell me whats going on?
> >> >
> >> > Here is a pic of what my video is looking like on Vista:
> >> > http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b2...0914033814.jpg
> > I did not buy a new system, this is a system I custom built that
> > previously
> > had XP on it, when I installed Vista I did a Clean install (It also made a
> > windows.old folder with XP inside) and I havent upgraded any of the
> > hardware
> > in months, but the Video card is a PCI Express 16x ATI Radeon X800 GTO
> > with
> > 256mb, I had a feeling it might be something with the video card or the
> > video
> > drivers but I am not sure, If i must I will put XP back on because Im an
> > Avid
> > Video Watcher and I like my video to look prestine =p. As Always any help
> > is
> > appreciated.