Denon DVD 2900 display ?

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  1. David:L:Evans

    David:L:Evans Auditioning

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    Can anyone explain to me the difference between:

    F:V:G

    on the source display?

    The 2900 displays one of these letters signifying the Video type, but what is the difference between F (film) V (video) and G (graphic)?

    Most of my DVD-V's show G (graphic)....but why not F (film)?

    and as usual this type of detail is absent in the manual.

    thanx

    david
     
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    Its simply telling you that is detecting the native format of the recorded material. To properly display the image, the internal scaler must detect the format, and its associated frame rate. Film, Video, and Graphics each have different aspects that require different processing. Whatever it shows is how the DVD has been encoded.
     

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