TV on PC picture quality

  Baz101 12:42 20 Feb 2005

I recently installed a tv capture card primarily to capture analogue video, the card does this just fine with good quality playback however when viewing live tv from a cable connection the picture is overlaid by wavy lines which I think may be correctly called moire pattern. I can see a good quality picture behind the lines so reception is OK. Picture is the same on monitor or TV out so it may just be that I bought a cheap card ( Fly TV Prime 30 FM). Any suggestions to get rid of the lines?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:59 20 Feb 2005

1. you need a very good ariel connection when using a TV card

2. Latet graphics drivers required for your graphics card.

3. check graphic card settings

4. check TV card settings

click here read here lots of TV card FAQs

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13:00 20 Feb 2005

And I must remember to check spellings before posting!

  Baz101 13:13 20 Feb 2005

Thanks Fruit Bat,
Reception is from NTL cable.
I think I have the latest drivers but I will check.

  Stuartli 13:41 20 Feb 2005

You shouldn't see any lines - a monitor has a non-interlaced display.

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