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Does video card make difference when watching DVD?

Old 01-24-01, 05:48 PM
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When you watch a DVD movie from a notebook, will they make difference between 16 MB M4 video card and 32 MB M4 video card?
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Old 01-24-01, 07:48 PM
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don't know about dvds, but when I watch mpegs it makes a big difference, I can view full screen w/ out any choppiness or lost in quality with a good vid card.
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Old 01-24-01, 11:28 PM
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Of course it will make a difference. You can't compare, say, the 2D quality of a Matrox card to the ugly 2D of an ATI card!

But more megs (16 vs 32) does not always mean better video (and I don't much about notebook computers or M4 card).
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