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Setting a is limited to use on a NTSC TV, not a computer monitor.
Why would they include option "A" on a PC monitor then?
BTW- these options were not available on previous driver version.
> Why would they include option "A" on a PC monitor then?
Some users need multiple graphics cards, multiple monitors, and a TV, all
attached to one PC.
So there are NTSC PC monitors then?
No. It's either NTSC or a computer monitor. Can't be both. But you can have both attached to the same computer.
> So there are NTSC PC monitors then?
No, but you may want to edit video in Premiere on a PC monitor and then
review the video on a TV monitor to see how it will look when viewed on the
final display device. This ability to view the video on a TV monitor during
the editing process is useful if features like color are important.
Which driver are you using? 181.20 has been out for a while and I was hoping for an update myself. I am on Vista64 though so that may be the difference.
Also, on your breakout box for that card you have the option to feed component, sVHS or composite to an NTSC monitor so that may be the reason for the NTSC 16-235. I haven't tried the breakout box yet because I have been waiting on drivers for my BlackMagic card but if Adobe keeps messing around I may give it a spin.
Not sure if that helps you at all.
Away from the NLE but I think the driver is 181.20 (its a 2009 driver)
I was never able to get the breakout box to work and nor was I ever able to find one jot of info/instruction about it. No drivers to date even acknowledged it.
Just another bit of gear gathering dust alongside my Intensity Pro card!
I know! I was shocked at the lack of information. So are you Vista64 as well? I am just wondering if it is not supported with 181.20 for some reason. I will try to test it out sometime this week and see if I can get mine running.
They do need to update the driver because it doesn't give me real time feedback in AE like my older GeForce card did. :( Moe money, less response! Ain't life grand? :)
I did see a Vista driver on the site.
I have the Vista driver installed. I sent an email to support at PNY about some of the issues I am having with the card. I also asked about the breakout box and here is their reply:
"Your FX 1700 will support a maximum of two displays at a time. I do not recommend connecting three displays to it. The FX 1700 will support full HD resolution"
So, if your breakout box is not working it may be because you have 2 monitors already.
I may just jam my older GeForce card back in this machine until they get a usable driver. AE is not fun right now. :(
New nVidia drivers released for 1700...just thought I would share!