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MacBook - issue with quality of mini-dvi to video


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I thought that I would be able to share my videos on the TV. Unfortunately, it's not as clear as it is on my Macbook. I don't know what the problem is. HD TV or s-video cable or this adapter??? Is there any way to make the quality better on the TV????
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Quality is going to depend on several things: The correct adapter and displaying the videos on the TV using its native resolution.

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If you are using the adapter that goes to s-video or yellow RCA cable no. I tried everything to get that to work better on my old MacBook. I never got it to look good. It was OK for movie watching but as far as reading text it stunk.

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Yes unclear resolution is one thing. It looks perfect on my macbook. Another is the sound. For some reason, the sound and the video movement doesn't match after a while. Does it have to do with my macbook or the adapter??
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