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Frame rate problems on connected TV


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Hey!

I just got a DVI to video (RCA and SVHS). I've hooked my iMac up to my 28" tube TV, and it looks fine, except from one really annoying thing: often, when i watch a movie using Front Row or Quicktime, the framerate is reduced. And it doesn't matter if it's DivX or DVD.
Anyone knows why? And knows if I can get around it?

Thanks.
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