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Old 09-30-2012, 03:26 AM   #1  
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Default Settings for Catalyst Control Center 12.8

I hope there is nothing wrong opening another CCC thread, since there are always some differences from one CCC version to another. For example i can't find in CCC 12.8 Pixel Format.


So the goal of this topic is to discuss which settings in CCC 12.8 are the "best" for media playback on TV (not gaming) for all ATI/AMD users.

I have read somewhere that this settings should always be OFF/disabled:
1. Disable Edge-enhancement
2. Disable De-noise
3. Disable Enforce Smooth Video Playback
4. Disable Use automatic deinterlacing, and set the slider bar to vector adaptive.

But this are only 4 settings. What about the rest? I was wondering what should I set for this settings (see screen shots below):











I presume this settings are ONLY for gaming so they don't apply here? Also 3D settings are only for 3D gaming, right?




Here are some extra screen shots because i was not sure if some of this settings should be configured also or i should just leave them as default?











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Old 10-01-2012, 07:20 AM   #2  
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Just leave the default settings and allow programs to dictate.

For recording/playback of TV you don't need to do anything with CCC other than check the resolution and that's even usually automatic.
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Old 10-01-2012, 04:49 PM   #3  
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I would recommend turning off edge enhancement, noise reduction, and any sort of artificial helper other than that leave it alone. Chances are unless you have a super sharp eye you aren't going to tell the diff especially depending on the quality of your display.
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