Dandaman2212 said:How is the LG LDA-530 for playing xvid files ?
I am asking this because on videohelp some people said this
"because of the MTK1389 chipset this machine does suffer from the packed bitstream issue for XviD files"
"There was a few pixelation issues with an XviD movie I played (Red Eye on a Sony CD-R)"
Did anybody on this forum have a problem like this with xvid files?
Is this something I can fix? reencode or something?callous said:The LG's dont suffer from packed bitstream problems, like the Pioneer does.
If you get stuttering or freezing, then it's likely the video is using more than 1 GMC warp points.
I don't think the 531 supports HD DivX or Xvid.que3jxp said:If I am not mistaken, the 531 also has support for HD resolution DivX and Xvid.
The 530 does not.
Available resolution size of the DivX file is under
720x576 (W x H) pixel.
thanks, zeta_msz_006, I added to your reputation. I don't know why the lge site doesn't mention the DCDi in the 531 specs or comparison charts.zeta_msz_006 said:No the 530 does not have the Faroudja DCDi chip like the 531.
Also another thing to note is the 530 does not have a built in DTS decoder, it's only a pass through for DTS. The 531 has the built in DTS decoder.