That's all of 480 lines with more common 400 lines most see so you take that to 1080p and it SHOULD look pixelated.
Wait for it. What? For it to dawn on you that you blew up the video so large that you get pixelated views.
Be sure to view it at exactly 1 to 1 scale.
PS. This area has been discussed to death. Please take advantage of the many web pages about it.
Analog2digital, when I record the analog video using WinTV v6 the video contains heavy pixalation in some spots when viewing as the final product (saved as .mpg file as I like to edit using Adobe PremierePro 7). Does the TV tuner have anything to do with the conversion of this video?
(I am upgrading to Hauppauge 2250 and WinTv v7) The heavy pixalation appears mostly on motion graphics. How do overcome the problem of video pixalating? I use a 512 video card on Windows Vista Home Prem SP2, 32 bit OS, 4GB RAM. Would I need a better graphics and/or video card? Should I convert the video using an external analog to DV first before sending to the computer? Am I wrong in NOT thinking its the graphics card, but how the analog is converted? Confused about which should happen first: Analog to DV or analog to mpeg 2, etc ?