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I have alot of unprotected and homemade DVDs Ripped and saved to my hard drive. I play them with DVD Player on my monitor. I would like to play them on my big screen TV. What video card would be good for this?
Mac G4 QuickSilver 800MHz 512 MB SDRAM 1000MB External Firewire HD. OS X 10.4.11. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks, Manuel
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A "big screen TV" is not synonymous with an HD set with digital input.

If you have a newer set with digital imputs (DVI or HDMI), then you need a card with DVI output and perhaps a conversion cable from DVI to HDMI. ATI may still sell something for your box. Check NVidia too.

I was going to send you directly to an exact sales page, but think this is a good opportunity to learn how to use the Macsales site. Go to macsales and click on the video tab to the right. Below in the page you'll see a popup selection labelled "View Options by Computer Model". Choose "Power Mac G4". From there is become obvious enough.

See my specs at the left to see the tower and card I have. My card supports both Core Image and Quartz Extreme. This can be handy for more demanding graphics requirements such as Final Cut Pro.

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