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Old Feb 12, 2010, 12:33 PM   #1
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ATI Technologies Rage3D Article - ATI Radeon HD5450 & 5570 HTPC Addendum: Deinterlacing Performance

In this addendum, we talk to AMD about the deinterlacing performance issues, and test out a driver update to see if the situation is improved, and whether or not AMD's HD5450 and HD5570 should remain on your short list of HTPC video cards.

ATI Radeon HD5450 & 5570 HTPC Addendum: Deinterlacing Performance
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Hotfix driver now available from AMD - http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles...on-HD5400.aspx
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Good job guys!

So Jim, in your opinion, do you think the 790GX is underpowered and cannot run VAD on the Cheese Slices video? Or, do you think it is a driver bug? I do not have time to test the new Hotfix Driver until next week to see if it will make a difference.
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The HD3300 doesn't have enough ass to run Vector Adaptive Deinterlacing without significant stuttering. I just tested it at 1920x1200, and it ran about 13-19FPS. With Enforced Smooth Playback, it was smooth and quality looks like this:



There was a lot of flicker and shimmer.
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The HD3300 doesn't have enough ass to run Vector Adaptive Deinterlacing without significant stuttering. I just tested it at 1920x1200, and it ran about 13-19FPS. With Enforced Smooth Playback, it was smooth and quality looks like this:



There was a lot of flicker and shimmer.
That's my experience too. Oh well, the only interlaced content is TV occasionally and it looks decent using Motion Adaptive.
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Is Vector Adaptive Deinterlacing the best type of deinterlacing? As in on a more powerful card e.g. a 5870 should Vector Adaptive Deinterlacing be selected or would automatic select Vector Adaptive Deinterlacing automatically anyway?
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Yes, VAD can be considered the best type for most content. Automatic should detect the type of content and apply the most appropriate method.
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