How did you manage to do that?
Lets say you have done it; why not try it and let us know.
My personal experience with HD video; VLC do not cut it, maybe I need a better video card.
I have encoded dvd video in 720p divx and it plays ok without any problem. However, when encoded in .mkv format, it doesn't play too well.
Was just wondering about a few things about playing HD movies on my computer.
I have ripped some of my blu-ray movies to my computer. When playing them I use VLC media player, and my computer is connected to my tv, using a DVI-HDMI cable.
Now over to my questions:
Do I need a hd media player to play the movies in hd? Or does VLC do the job just fine?
I guess my video hardware has much to do with the quality of the movie. Is this correct? I'm currently using a Dell XPS 1730, so the video hardware should be good enough.
And last, how much quality do I lose from using DVI-HDMI to HDMI-HDMI.