I created an animation in After Effects, now on a plasma TV (Fujitsu-Siemens Myrica) is a DVD player running at a customer. The device is a little older and has no HDMI port, only in passing. I could look at the animation so far on two "newer" TV sets, both with a DVD player as synonymous with a BlueRay player. In both cases, see also the quality of super. Output file was a Quicktime MOV with PhotoJPEG Komppression in PAL 16:9 resolution, from which I then burn a DVD.
Now I have tried the same DVD s.dem device on which it is to actually run, namely the older Fujitsu-Siemens device, which is the customer. Here, the quality is significantly poorer and less focused, less precise. Because the animation is well on current devices, my question: Can there s.der type of connection of the DVD player any quality loss or otherwise does anyone have an idea?
Antwort von tommyb:
To address your question: yes, it can.
As the DVD player because with the older plasma is connected?
Antwort von auric1979:
I have to see me again. I guess with SCART or DVI.
Antwort von WoWu:
For SCART eighth on it, that both devices transmit RGB. (Also need the SCART cable is fully loaded!) You then have until the low synonymous blur, plasma still has no difference. Should it be much worse, it can be synonymous s.Scaler. Then see me, if the player "scaled" or the monitor. Try both a try.