TV-Server Version: SVN 16422 MediaPortal Version: SVN 16420 MediaPortal Skin: Blue Wide Windows Version: Windows XP SP2 CPU Type: Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 HDD: 1863.02 GB Memory: 2 GB Motherboard: Asus P5B Video Card: ATI Radeon X1900XT Sound Card: M-Audio Rev. 5.1 Sound Card AC3: Coax Out 1. TV Card: Technotrend C-1500 1. TV Card Type: DVB-C 1. TV Card Driver: 18.104.22.168 Remote: USBUIRT IR Receiver TV - HTPC Connection: DVI I use Cyberlink PDVD7 as my codec with FFDSHOW RAW VIDEO as a filter to do the following in this order; Deinterlacing: Tomsmocomp at 3 search effort (or) 5-tap low pass Crop&Zoom: 1 Horizontal Maginifaction Resize&Aspect: HxV with no aspect ratio correction Despite this, video never looks great and I always see doubled scrolling titles, non-smooth fast moving images, etc. These ARE deinterlacing artifacts, correct? The above setup seems to give me the 'best' result, however it is no way near 'acceptable' to my eyes. I have also verified with graphedit that the above codecs are being used by MP. I feel I have tried everything, but there must be something that I'm consistently not doing right as most other people don't seem to have these problems for as long as I have been (...years)... Hence, I'm looking for any advice (in this large issue) with what I may not have tried yet and what may be worth my while. Surely deinterlacing on PC's can be as good or very close to the quality output by most £££ commerically available pieces of h/w?