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Pixelation in mpegs

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by syntaxerr, Mar 31, 2004.

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  1. syntaxerr

    syntaxerr Thread Starter

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    I had a video card problem yesterday that I fixed today by re-installing my old one and returning the new one. And, it definitely fixed my gaming problem, but, I still have alot of pixelation in my mpegs. When I had this video card installed before, my mpegs were fine. I have an AMD Athlon 2600+, 512 MB ram, and a Geforce 3 TI200. I'm running Windows XP. Can someone help me?
     
  2. LONGHAIR

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    Did you reinstall the drivers for the old card?
     
  3. syntaxerr

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    Yes I did.
     
  4. syntaxerr

    syntaxerr Thread Starter

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    Well, can someone at least answer me this? Can my monitor be the cause of the pixelation?
     
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    Usually pixellation on dv is due to the os needing some maintenance, or DMA not being enabled on drives.
     
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    I just checked my drives, and both are set to DMA if available. Update: I read in another post about editing the registry in the AVI, shellex folder. I did that, and now my avi's are running clear.
     
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