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    video up scaling??
    hi guys

    well i am looking at one of them hdmi dvd up scaling things as there getting cheap now but was thinking as my macbook pro conects to my tv over hdmi will dvi - hdmi with a rez of 1080 is there a program that will add in the qucktime or stand alone that will up scale my video as i watch to it 1080 like the dvd players do?

    i do not expect full hd quality but some improvement would be nice if it works as well as the hdmi dvd player i will be happy

    thanks for any help

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    Have you tried DVD Player to see how well it does.
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