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[#13571] Written by: Avo [25/01/07, 16:21]
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hi, i have a lite-on lvw5025ghc+ dvd recorder and was wondering if this would
play the hr hdtv releases, i dont have an lcd tv as of yet (thinking about
getting the samsung le32n73bdx) but was wondering if id be able to play the hr
releases without getting a new player?

h**p://www.uknetguide.co.uk/shopping/electronics/dvd_players/lite_on_lvw5027hc+
_80_gb_dvd_recorder___hdd_recorder-pid-30473028-spec.html

the spec of the player can be found above

any help

cheers avo
[#13572] Written by: TVFAN [25/01/07, 16:31]
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the hr and 720 files won't play on standalone divx players. the hdtv files look
and play just fine though.
[#13575] Written by: Avo [25/01/07, 16:44]
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did you have a look at the spec of the player

tv resolutions 480i ãƒæ’ã‚â¢ãƒâ¢ã¢â‚¬å¡ã‚â¬ãƒâ€šã‚⢠480p ãƒæ’ã‚â¢ãƒâ¢ã¢â‚¬å¡ã‚â¬ãƒâ€šã‚⢠576i ãƒæ’ã‚â¢ãƒâ¢ã¢â‚¬å¡ã‚â¬ãƒâ€šã‚⢠576p

what does this guy mean here?

[#11784] written by: shatterpulse [jan 15 03:57 2007]
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its just a higher quality version of the show, usually about 544p (960x544),
compared to 352p (624x352). if you have a normal sdtv (480p) then you probably
won't see the difference.

did try playing one through my player and pretty sure it said that the display
couldnt show it because of the resolution (panasonic quintrix 28" crt
widescreen)
[#13636] Written by: realdiamond [25/01/07, 23:27]
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try looking for the newer "divx hd stand alone players" instead of the hdd pvr
unit which they decide to chuck a dvd burner on to.
i don't have one as my computer can output to the tv directly. the black on
350mb files starts to devide into squares of various ligther black (its not even
a lcd). when viewed on the tv. 700mb hrs don't do this.
shatterpulse is wrong even crt tvs can show the difference.
[#13655] Written by: crazyivan [26/01/07, 01:01]
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i think people are trying to tell you that most standalone dvd players
that handle xvid and divx have a maximum resolution they can play.
for instance, my philips dvp642 can't play anything that's wider than
720 pixels.

most hdtv releases are less than 720 pixels wide.
all hrhd releases are 960 pixels wide, because hrhd stands for half resolution
of high definition tv, and we know that real hdtv is 1920x1080i, or 1920 wide.

there's a lot to be said for the xbox mod where you use that to feed just
about any resolution to your tv and it works. google it.

ivan
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