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Please help a new guy. I can't get high quality fullscreen movie. Using 1920 x 1080 QT mov file as source. Trying to get fullscreen (2560 x 1440) picture - it looks a little pixelated. What inspector settings do I use? Or is the problem else where?
Thanks for your reply. I guess a little, but it seems to be more pixelation than if I play the source movie fullscreen directly, i.e. double clicking the qt file. That is my concern. The jit.qt.movie is set to 1920 1080 in the inspector.
Try "@adapt 1" parameter of the [jit.qt.movie] object. Next use [matrixinfo] object to check resolution of the matrix produced by [jit.qt.movie]. If resolution is ok - check rendering parameters (interpolation, fsaa, smooth_shader, etc.).
And - of course - you can post your patch. Sometimes it's simplest way to discuss possible issues.
I don't know, haw you displaying the video. I guess you are using [jit.gl.render], [jit.window] and [jit.gl.videoplane]. Play a bit with antialias and fsaa parameters of [jit.gl.render], antialias, interp, and smooth_shading of [jit.gl.videoplane], interp and fsaa of [jit.window]. Try switch to "1" all the mentioned parameters.