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Windows 7: Displaying Laptop on LED T.V,good for GAMING,not for Movies/Videos....

02 Jan 2015   #1
fahadhum

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
Displaying Laptop on LED T.V,good for GAMING,not for Movies/Videos....

I was looking for a bigger screen for my Laptop (Which has a 15.6 Inch Screen).So,i decided to buy a big PC Monitor.But instead,i bought a 32 Inch LED T.V with HDMI , thinking i would have a much bigger screen in cheaper price , compared to a PC Monitor.

The results were awsome..Going from 15.6 Inch to 32 inch looked amazing especially during gaming..

However,one problem arises when i watch Movies or videos.The video is pixelated and choppy.It only gets clear when i stand/sit very far from the LED T.V Screen..

Any solution ? (IF POSSIBLE)...


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02 Jan 2015   #2
Pauly

Win7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Play higher resolution video, im guessing you are playing movies you have downloaded which are not intended for large screens
What size are the files you are playing ?
Have you tried playing an original DVD/BluRay ?
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02 Jan 2015   #3
fahadhum

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
Play higher resolution video, im guessing you are playing movies you have downloaded which are not intended for large screens
What size are the files you are playing ?
Have you tried playing an original DVD/BluRay ?
I play .mkv format movies.But ripped. .Here is the strangest part.Some HD Videos plays flawlessly, without a single broken pixel.And some dont...Like if I view a 720p or 1080p YouTube Videos, they run smooth.But the movies that I have (Which I usually download) don't.They are usually 720p Rips or sometimes 1080p rips...Some 720p Movies run 100% and majority tend to get choppy when any action scene comes.It's weird. .
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