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    netflix video stutter

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    Back in 2008 I bought a 42PFL9703. I use the TV with a computer (CPU: Intel i7, GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4600). I use Windows Media Center to record and play back TV, DVDs and Blu-Ray movies. It works great!

    Recently I tried to stream Netflix, but the picture stutters much whether Nitflix play in HD or not. I've tried with other computers, but they chopper too. On all computers I have set refresh rate to 50 Hz. I use HDMI 1 on my TV.

    Does anyone know why the video is jerky?
    Last edited by cephalon; 03-27-2014 at 01:08 PM. Reason: word missing

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    Quote Originally Posted by cephalon View Post
    Hi

    Back in 2008 I bought a 42PFL9703. I use the TV with a computer (CPU: Intel i7, GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4600). I use Windows Media Center to record and play back TV, DVDs and Blu-Ray movies. It works great!

    Recently I tried to stream Netflix, but the picture stutters much whether Nitflix play in HD or not. I've tried with other computers, but they chopper too. On all computers I have set refresh rate to 50 Hz. I use HDMI 1 on my TV.

    Does anyone know why the video is jerky?

    Hi cephalon,

    You need to ensure that the video resolution and refresh rate is supported by the TV.

    Computer formats
    Resolution - Refresh rate


    640 x 480p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    600 x 800p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1024 x 768p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 768p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 765p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 768p - 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 1024p - 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x 1080i - 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x1080p - 60Hz (HDMI)

    You can also find this information on page 50 of the user manual:
    http://philips.to/1pHhwTN

    Any other formats are not supported and can give you undesired effects such as stuttering and reduced picture quality in general.

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    Hi Ina

    How does the TV distinguish between "Computer Formats" and "Video Formats". In Video Formats, 1080p @ 50Hz seems to be applicable - see below:

    • Computer formats
    Resolution Refresh rate
    640 x 480p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    600 x 800p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1024 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 765p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 1024p 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x 1080i 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x1080p 60Hz (HDMI)

    • Video formats
    Resolution Refresh rate
    480i 60Hz
    480p 60Hz
    576i 50Hz
    576p 50Hz
    720p 50Hz, 60Hz
    1080i 50Hz, 60Hz
    1080p 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz
    1080p 50Hz, 60Hz

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    Quote Originally Posted by cephalon View Post
    Hi Ina

    How does the TV distinguish between "Computer Formats" and "Video Formats". In Video Formats, 1080p @ 50Hz seems to be applicable - see below:

    • Computer formats
    Resolution Refresh rate
    640 x 480p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    600 x 800p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1024 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 765p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1360 x 768p 60Hz (VGA/HDMI)
    1280 x 1024p 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x 1080i 60Hz (HDMI)
    1920 x1080p 60Hz (HDMI)

    • Video formats
    Resolution Refresh rate
    480i 60Hz
    480p 60Hz
    576i 50Hz
    576p 50Hz
    720p 50Hz, 60Hz
    1080i 50Hz, 60Hz
    1080p 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz
    1080p 50Hz, 60Hz

    Best Regards
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    Hi Cephalon,

    Computers sends out a graphic signal, whereas e.g. a DVD player or Bluray player send out a video signal. Therefore depending on source, these formats are different.

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    Hi Ina

    I am a Little confused now...will only "computer Formats" be available on HDMI?
    I am an electrical engineer, and I understand pretty much of technology...the HDMI standard states:

    pin 1: TMDS Data2+
    pin 2: TMDS Data2 shield
    pin 3: TMDS Data2-
    pin 4: TMDS Data1+
    pin 5: TMDS Data1 shield
    pin 6: TMDS Data1-
    pin 7: TMDS Data0+
    pin 8: TMDS Data0 shield
    pin 9: TMDS Data0-
    pin10: TMDS Clock+
    pin11: TMDS Clock shield
    pin12: TMDS Clock-
    etc

    What is the difference between a "Graphical Signal" and a "Video Signal" in terms of electronics?
    Does this mean that Graphical Signal is applied to eg data0, whereas DVD/Blueray is Applied to eg data1?

    My computer supports HDMI output. What do you suggest as the optimal refresh rate as it supports 24, 25, 50 and 60 Hz refresh rate?

    BR
    Cephalon

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    Quote Originally Posted by cephalon View Post
    Hi Ina

    I am a Little confused now...will only "computer Formats" be available on HDMI?
    I am an electrical engineer, and I understand pretty much of technology...the HDMI standard states:

    pin 1: TMDS Data2+
    pin 2: TMDS Data2 shield
    pin 3: TMDS Data2-
    pin 4: TMDS Data1+
    pin 5: TMDS Data1 shield
    pin 6: TMDS Data1-
    pin 7: TMDS Data0+
    pin 8: TMDS Data0 shield
    pin 9: TMDS Data0-
    pin10: TMDS Clock+
    pin11: TMDS Clock shield
    pin12: TMDS Clock-
    etc

    What is the difference between a "Graphical Signal" and a "Video Signal" in terms of electronics?
    Does this mean that Graphical Signal is applied to eg data0, whereas DVD/Blueray is Applied to eg data1?

    My computer supports HDMI output. What do you suggest as the optimal refresh rate as it supports 24, 25, 50 and 60 Hz refresh rate?

    BR
    Cephalon

    Hi cephalon.

    No, the supported formats are dependent on the input device, not the input connection type. You can connect a PC and a DVD player via HDMI, but the type of input format supported is still different for the 2.

    So, if you connect a PC via HDMI the formats supported are the Computer formats as PCs have a graphical output.

    If you connect a DVD player via HDMI the formats supported are the Video formats as DVD players have a video output.

    Best regards,
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