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Error: "Video resolution not supported" while playing on 1080i DVD player

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Old 11-21-2008, 06:10 AM   #1
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Hi friends,

I saw some great threads here so really looking for a resolution on my problem.

I own a Philips HTS3545 Home theatre which supports 1080i contents. My TV is Samsung 40" Series 5 model which is also a full HD 1080p support TV.
Every time i play any HD content on my DVD player of 720p or 1080 resolution i see "video resolution not supported" error but the dvd player plays the content with audio. Its just the video is not visible.
Plz suggest the possible issues... They are connected on a HDMI port...
Thanks in advance...
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Old 11-21-2008, 07:30 AM   #2
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Try setting your DVD player to interlaced, that is not progressive scan. That should resolve your problem and since your TV deinterlaces the "i" to "p" anyway you will see a 1080p picture.
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Old 11-23-2008, 09:27 PM   #3
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thanks 4 d reply buddy... i treid every setting possible on my DVD player.. kept the auto settings in HDMI setup , alos tried 720 p & every other mode to view the content but same error.. (
Even philips customer care unable to resolve this... is it by any means related to HDMI cable type ??
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thanks 4 d reply buddy... i treid every setting possible on my DVD player.. kept the auto settings in HDMI setup , alos tried 720 p & every other mode to view the content but same error.. (
Even philips customer care unable to resolve this... is it by any means related to HDMI cable type ??
It could be a HDCP handshake issue. Have you tried another DVD palyer to see if that works? IF not I would recommend that you borrow a friends to test it out.
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:29 PM   #5
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Many players interrogate the display over HDMI to determine the resolution of the display and this doesn't always work.

If the display misses the interrogation message or doesn't support resolution interrogation, it won't respond. Or the display may respond with a format the player doesn't support (such as 1366 x 768 displays that report that they are, indeed, 1366 x 768 when the only standard HD signal formats are 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
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Old 11-26-2008, 12:37 AM   #6
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I am able to play DVD videos of 720x560 resolution which is fine for a DVD player... its only when i play 1280x720 or 1920x1280 which is 720p or 1080p content on my DVD player it gives this error... i still fail to understand if my player is 1080 support why it cant play 720p videos...do i require a blu ray player only to play such HD videos ? i heard from some .. HDMI 1.3 cable type is the issue... & my cable cannot deliver such HD content as it nay not be 1.3 .. can this be a reason ???
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i still fail to understand if my player is 1080 support why it cant play 720p videos...do i require a blu ray player only to play such HD videos?
Yes, you will need a bluray player for the HD movies, your HTS3545 has only a DVD player that upscales standard DVD's to 720p/1080i.

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Oh yeah i realised that... anyways thanks for the reply... i had huge collection of good HD videos.. but now of no use... can you suggest me a good software which can downscale these videos to DVD resolution keeping intact the picture quality & audio as most of them are 5.1 dolby surround encoded files... it would be of gr8 help & only then i can enjoy my stuff onto my DVD player ...Thanks in advance..
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Hi

I have LCD LG Full HD and a dvd player LG DVS 400H.
I really enjoy both TV and the dvd player,especially when i plug in a 2'5 HD on the dvd.
Recently when i tried to watch my videos done by a digital camera an error window appeared "HD video is not supported".
I tried to downscale the resolution to 576i but no luck again.I tried also the video settings on the dvd player to YPbPr and again not much success.
I get the same error message on some divx videos i try to see. Most of them i can open, but there are some which give the same error window.

I read your problem and i feel it is similar to mine.Did you fix it somehow.
If not can someone else give me a hint what to do or how to resolve the issue ?

Thank you

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The proper resolution for a standard DVD is 720x480i unless the player is capable of progressive scan and in that case it is 720x480p. It is not 576.
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