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Old 17th July 2016, 12:24   #1  |  Link
ShiftyChrom
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Player that supports shifting colour components to correct display registration?

I have a 3LCD projector that has poor registration. As time goes on it seems to get worse. The element is about three pixels to the left of where it should be and the red element is about 2 pixels to the right of where it should be. There is no configuration in the projector hardware to correct for this.

Is there any software player that supports shifting each component by a predefined number of pixels so that I can correct for this? I've been looking at the likes of MPC and VLC, but I can not find anything that supports what in theory should be a fairly straight forward transformation.

Also, is there any player that supports any kind of enhanced resolution that can be calibrated to take advantage of the pixels not being where they should be in a Cleartype style? The native resolution of the projector is 1024x768. If I could take advantage of it I think I actually have component pixels falling in areas that would equate to a resolution nearer to 3000x1500, albeit with only one component available for each pixel.

In theory in both scenarios for user friendliness you could use a calibration stage where you line up components to form a line of solid colour on both axis in order to work out the best way to distribute the pixels.

Any guidance gratefully received.
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