The guys at French site Logic-Sunrise have investigated the PSP-3000's "scanline feature" by literally putting it under a microscope. They got some interesting results.
Hmmmm seems rather useless, not sure when was the last time i played my psp 3000 uner a microscope. How about putting up a video showing the issue. So far i see 400% zoomed up still shots or we have here a Microscopic look at the issue. If it's such a big issue why can't we get a video that runs at normal speed showing how aparent it is? I guess if you play your PSP at microscopic levels or a 1 frame per second at 400% zoom it might get annoying.
lol a microscope thats taking the piss
it really that bad?
hmm yesss think hdtv's you got I and P its just the way a feed is threaded to the system. interlacing is fine but does not give you the same quailty as P progessive imagaing
its a good thing for the Older TV folk, i think? halloween bubbles~oOooO00oOo
Wow, this makes me worry about getting a PSP. Oh well, plenty of other games on other systems to get while they figure this one out.
This is outlandish, is this posted by Cnet or did MS pay somebody off.
Does everything have to be a Microsoft conspiracy?
and you know how perfect sony is and you shouldn't have a negative opinion.
Well surely you could sense the sarcasm, being that anything bad posted about sony is cause of MS paid somebody off or MS paid sites posted it *rolleyes*.
I think whoever decided to use the pic above on this story added a few thicker scanlines!! Compare it to the pic in the article and you'll see what I mean! The interlacing isn't a huge issue.
http://gizmodo.com/5071355/... Gizmodo explains it a lil better, if anyone needs it dumbed down. I still cant believe Sony Tried to pass this off as a feature. Truthfully, this is good, if your color blind, and play your PSP sideways.
This article makes no sense, the PSP-3000 has two video settings. It has a Progressive Scan resolution and an Interlaced resolution. The reason Sony added an Interlaced resolution to the PSP-3000 was because of their video out function. Most older TV's don't support a progressive resolution, so with the PSP-2000 series if you used the Video out function your TV set would not except the signal because the signal was Progressive. With the PSP-3000 they have both Progressive and interlaced resolutions to remedy that issue. The issues that most are claiming are from games and UMD videos being played with the Interlaced resolution on. Which is a problem because all games up until the release of the PSP-3000 where coded for older models (PSP-1000 and PSP-2000) which only supports Progressive resolution. If you seem to be having an issue with your older titles, check your video settings and make sure that it is set to progressive.
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