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OS 10.4 - OS X 10.4.8 Display Mirror Problems


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Im running OS X 10.4.8 on a Macbookpro (Core Duo) and bought the
DVI->Svideo connector from Apple. When I use the svideo adpater and turn on display mirroring the resolution it choses for the svideo out is in Interlaced Format, then my macbookpro monitor now called Color LCD goes blurry (still readable) as if it switched from progressive Scan to interlaced, or some non native resolution, yet still says 1440 X 900, and now has black bars on the left and right side. Does anyone have a solution to this? Maybe some 3rd party software that could adjust the 2nd Mirrored screen (Svideo) to crop the main screen and adjust for resolution? I cant have my main screen blurry because i am using this for screen capturing (Feeding the svideo out into a DV converter and then to a hard drive).

Thanks for your help :black:
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