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    When I watch HR-HDTV rips of tv shows on my laptop it plays fine, but when I use s-video out to my tv the video playback is slow but audio is fine. Can this be corrected using a higher quality cable (I bought mine from dollarama for 95cents)? I read elsewhere that this will occur if your tv/dvdplayer does not support high res format. Regular HDTV rips play fine through tv-out. Here is a description of HR-HDTV for those who are unfamiliar with it:

    CTU is the member of the continuum dedicated to bringing you High
    Resolution XviD TV rips (HR.HDTV/PDTV). HR HDTV is a format originated by
    us in 2003, under our former group name of FUA. HR HDTV is defined by us as
    the following:

    - HDTV source (1920*1088,29.97i or 1280*720,59.94p)
    - 960x528 WS resolution
    - untouched AC3 audio
    - sized to fit 1 1-hour episode or 2 30 minute episodes per CD

    Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oermens
    When I watch HR-HDTV rips of tv shows on my laptop it plays fine, but when I use s-video out to my tv the video playback is slow but audio is fine. Can this be corrected using a higher quality cable (I bought mine from dollarama for 95cents)? I read elsewhere that this will occur if your tv/dvdplayer does not support high res format. Regular HDTV rips play fine through tv-out. Here is a description of HR-HDTV for those who are unfamiliar with it:

    CTU is the member of the continuum dedicated to bringing you High
    Resolution XviD TV rips (HR.HDTV/PDTV). HR HDTV is a format originated by
    us in 2003, under our former group name of FUA. HR HDTV is defined by us as
    the following:

    - HDTV source (1920*1088,29.97i or 1280*720,59.94p)
    - 960x528 WS resolution
    - untouched AC3 audio
    - sized to fit 1 1-hour episode or 2 30 minute episodes per CD

    Any suggestions?
    I'm no excpert on the matter, but I would think a better wire would make a difference. Typically does with video or sound.



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